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This is a rare December 4th, 1927 program (playbill) from the Post-Broadway engagement of the FERENC MOLNAR comedy "THE PLAY'S THE THING" at the Sam H. Harris Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. (The production opened November 3rd, 1926 at Henry Miller's Theatre in New York City and ran for 326 performances before going on the road.) ..... The play starred HOLBROOK BLINN and featured HUBERT DRUCE, GAVIN MUIR, RALPH NAIRN, HARRY MESTAYER, MARTHA LORBER, CLAUDE ALLISTER, STEPHEN KENDALL and KIRBY HAWKES ..... CREDITS: Book by FERENC MOLNAR; Adapted by P. G. WODEHOUSE; Sets by JEAN DARY, W. E. CASTLE and ROBERT W. CHANDLER; Directed by HOLBROOK BLINN; Produced by GILBERT MILLER ..... DETAILS: The 36 page program measures 5 1/4" X 7 3/4" inches and includes full production credits, cast list, synopsis of scenes, bios of each of the leading actors and wonderful vintage advertising, but no cast photos ..... CONDITION: With the exception of light edge wear, this rare program is in excellent condition and will make a wonderful addition to the collection of any theatre aficionado until a better copy comes along. This item will be carefully packaged in a protective, carded sleeve and backed by stiff cardboard.

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