With a tender melody as its theme, harmony in its pictorial setting, and the splendid acting of Jane Novak, as its topmost note, 'The Lullaby,' a Chester Bennett production which played at the World Theatre, proved to be a remarkable symphony of life portrayed in a truly masterful style by a cast of real artists. 'The Lullaby' must have been a good play for which to write the orchestration, for its movement is very similar to that of a great overture, Chester Bennett, its creator, should be called the 'Wagner of the screen.' He is not only a director but also a composer. Its great cast includes Robert Anderson, Otis Harlan, Fred Esmelton, Lydia Yeaman Titus and many others.
World Theatre: The Lullaby
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