Description:01 19 13 00 In wings theater, music hall. The director and all the troop of comedians and the dancers go down stairs, suddenly, a dancer in dress of scene makes a declaration, a speech, Barbara Stanwyck. She recapitulates the upholders and outcomes of these murders, causes and consequences which lead to the lock of the theater. She asks of the solidarity for all the comedians not to leave the theater. Mobilization. Close-up of the director, J. Edward Bromberg, who listens him, reassured by the comments of Stanwyck. She evokes the desolation of the comic. Close-up of the various technicians, comedians, dancers who listen him all moved. Close-up on comedienne in dress with enormous feathers. She asks for a vote by a show of hands to know who stays in the theater and to avoid the lock. Everybody shows solidarity and decides to stay. A middle-class person with big cigar is surprised for this excess of solidarity.