Good Evening: A Comedy-revue in Two Acts
A very funny show about some unlikely subjects, including a one-legged actor applying for the role of Tarzan, an in-depth interview with an unimpressed shepherd who witnessed the Nativity, and a French singer who misunderstands an Anglo-Saxon vulgarity and composes a song around it.
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