Imagine a reckless and wealthy youth who writes love letters to a designing chorus girl, an attorney brother-in-law who steals the letters and gets his hand-bag mixed up with the grip of a burglar who has stolen a necklace from the mother of the youth, and the efforts of the crook to recover his plunder. Not only are the situations screamingly funny but the lines themselves hold a fund of humor. This farce has been written by Fred Jackson, the story writer, and is backed by the prestige of an impressive New York success. A cleaner, cleverer farce has not been seen for many a long day. A Full House is a house full of laughs, and is one of the outstanding favorites of amateurs.