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May 21, 1921
Anyone who has not seen “Mr Pim Passes By” at the Palace theatre this week, should do so, for they will find it a delightful three-act comedy full of neat dialogue about all sorts of things including pigs, curtains and bigamy.
Apparently there is no relation whatever between these things but in the play, each has a very subtle influence on the other and what the author would have done without the curtains one can scarcely imagine.
[From the Watford Observer of May 21, 1921]
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