|The picture shows a front and back view of this 1940s Broadway Comedy ''Kiss and Tell'' Theatre Advertising Flyer. This play opened on Broadway in 1943 and this flyer is for the play at The Plymouth Theatre in Boston Massachusetts. The flyer is not dated but it is believed to be around 1943 to 1945. It states that the play is ''Broadway's Newest Smash Hit''. The flyer looks like a miniature poster. It had been mailed to a customer to order their tickets by mail. It is unused. It gives the days and times as well as the seat prices.|
It also has comments by Life Magazine, The Boston Post, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, The Boston Record, The Boston Traveler, The New York Journal American, The N.Y. Herald - Tribune, The New Haven Journal - Courier, and The Boston Globe. Below the title on the back it states:
''''Kiss and Tell'' is a merry lampoon on modern parents, baffled by the problems that arise when their young sons and daughters classify love as ammunition essential to the war effort, and demand priorities for kisses.''
The picture side has a colorful cartoon of several U.S. Army Soldiers at a kissing booth kissing a pretty lady. It is marked as follows:
George Abbott Presents
KISS AND TELL
A Comedy By F. Hugh Herbert
with Violet Heming - Walter Gilbert - Betty Anne Nyman
and a Sparkling Broadway Cast
Staged By George Abbott
Setting By John Root
''Fresh and Funny,... Broadway's Newest Smash Hit'' - Life Magazine
The flyer measures about 6'' x 9''. It is in mint condition as pictured with a single fold as made for mailing.