(1934). Stage Play: Ladies' Money Drama. Written by George Abbott. Previously written by Lawrence Hazard
and Richard Flournoy
. Directed by George Abbott
. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 1 Nov 1934- Dec 1934 (closing date unknown/36 performances). Cast: Joyce Arling
(as "Ruth Potter"), Eleanor Audley
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So it can be seen that the trouble with the motion-picture art was (and is) that it is too much an industry; and the trouble with the motion picture industry is that it is too much an art. It is out of this basic contradiction that most of the ills of the form arise.
MGM announced it was going to produce an original Kanin feature comedy called "Roses Are Blue" during its 40th-anniversary celebration. The project, along with numerous others, was quietly shelved in 1965, a casualty of studio cutbacks.