To What Red Hell
To What Red Hell, by British playwright Percy Robinson, first performed in 1926, was successfully and twice made into a silent film. It is a melodrama concerning the death penalty. The body of a woman is found in a boarding house. At first she appears to have gassed herself, but it turns out that she has been strangled.
Performance history in South Africa
Footlights 1(6):16, 1929.
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