Walter Kerr
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"Walter Francis Kerr" was an American writer and Broadway theater critic. He also was the writer, lyricist, and/or director of several Broadway plays and musicals as well as the author of several books, generally on the subject of theater and cinema.

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He wove a great web of knowledge, linking everything together, and sat modestly at a switchboard at the center, eager to help.

He had delusions of adequacy.

A serious and composed young actress who won't let a line pass without making certain she's had it in for a private talk and perhaps tea.

It has an air about it of having strolled in from the street with a few tricks up its sleeve, and if everybody would relax, please, it would do its best to pass the time whimsically.

Wherever it came from, the musical came with its hair mussed and with an innocent, indolent, irreverent look on its bright, bland face.

There is literally nothing Mr. Carmines will not use - gallops, waltzes, polkas, circus blares and musical bumps and grinds - to get his work done.

Harpo Marx looks like a musical comedy.

Reviewers must normally function as huff-and-puff artists blowing laggard theatergoers stageward.

Seymour Peck's editorial hand ranged far, wide and deep, touching lightly but expertly He seemed less an editor of any sort than the very best sort of guardian angel.