|Title||:||lux radio theater (351) the last of mrs cheyney (repeat)|
|Plot||:||+ The Lux Radio Theatre. May 11, 1942. "The Last Of Mrs. Cheyney". Sponsored by: Lux. A beautiful lady pearl thief is caught in the act...with surprising results! Adolphe Menjou forgets a cue during the post-story interview. C. B. DeMille announces that from now on, the show will be heard by soldiers overseas by shortwave "and other arrangements." Movie-Radio Guide names the show "radio's leading dramatic program" for the seventh consecutive year. The story was produced on The Lux Radio Theatre previously on March 16, 1936. + Fay Cheyney was young lovely and beautiful and attracted more than a little interest by her fellow passengers on board the luxury liner heading for England. One passenger in particular, Lord Arthur Denning finds himself falling in love with her but what he doesn’t realise is that she and her servants are a ring of upper class jewel thieves who infiltrate themselves into society to prey on their victims. This is a lovely little romantic comedy and as in all the best stories true love conquers all.|
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