Sacred and Profane Love

Young, Stark
October 1923
New Republic;10/24/23, Vol. 36 Issue 464, p230
Entertainment Review
Reviews the theatrical production "Launzi," written by Ferenc Molnar, which was staged at the Plymouth Theatre in the New York City.


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