HALWOOD ROBERT MANLOVEThe Man of Many FacesFigure
GENTEEL OLD MAN
HALWOOD ROBERT MANLOVE
The Man of Many Faces
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MANLOVE—HAS MANY FACES
In his character delineation, Manlove is an Irishman, Swede, Jew, Dutchman, Frenchman, Italian, rube, old man, maniac, grouch, silly kid, tramp, dude and what not. He laughs and cries and as he laughs you laugh, and as he cries you cry.
His career has been as varied as his program is versatile. He has been known in a half a dozen companies or more; today he is
a whole show in himself.
I'm just plain Manlove,
But he is not plain. He is
There is no other such Lyceum comedian. It's a clean program he gives and yet
a full up
one. He has demonstrated time and time again that the cleverest comedy work can be done without a suggestion that would offend. It is that class of work he is doing—has always done.
Whether it is in the city or in the smaller community—and a somewhat different type of entertainment is required in each—Manlove has never failed to please. He knows both demands. He has worked in both places.
The Boston Globe said:
It was a snappy, interesting entertainment, enjoyed by all.
The Nashville, Tennessee, Democrat said:
In mimicry he excels, in tragedy he is good, and in the humorous he is superb. He is an entertainer of rare ability.
The Register, of Carthage, Texas, said:
Manlove's introduction of himself was one of the cleverest things we have ever seen. Carthage wants him again.
The Rising Star, of Louisiana, said:
Manlove is a wonder.
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