Approved | | Comedy, Musical
This wacky vaudeville-style romp casts the irreverent comedy team as feuding co-owners of a drug company.
Edward Peple's play, "A Pair of Sixes," opened at Broadway's Longacre Theatre in New York City on 17 March 1914 and closed in September 1914 after 207 performances, The opening night cast included Maude Eburne and Hale Hamilton.
I can't have Florence see me like this!
Claude Horton: Still thinkin' about Florence? I thought my wife was your big interest.
William Hobbs: Your wife?...why that frowsy-lookin' frump!
Claude Horton: Frowsy-lookin' frump, eh? That'll cost you ninety dollars.
William Hobbs: 90?
Claude Horton: I'm knocking off 10 percent ...
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