- Little old New York
- Opening on 8 September 1920 at the Plymouth Theatre, this comedy by Rida Johnson Young ran for 311 performances. Produced by Sam H. Harris and directed by Sam Forrest, its slight plot appealed to audiences for its evocation of the Dutch era in New York City's history.
The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater. James Fisher.
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