Blood and Water

December 1960
New Republic;12/26/60, Vol. 143 Issue 27, p20
Entertainment Review
Reviews the theatrical productions "Advise and Consent," by Loring Mandel and performed by Cort Theater, and "All the Way Home," by Tad Mosel and performed by Belasco Theater.


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