What price salvation? One of Shaw's most amusing comedies, excitingly performed by a brilliant cast, though Shaw's monologues sometimes get boggy with verbiage and the direction (largely by Pascal) isn't very spritely. Hiller plays the idealistic title character, a major in the Salvation
Army who despises her munitions magnate father (Morley). Adolphus Cusins (Harrison), a young professor of Greek history and literature, is hopelessly in love with the major, but she's too busy saving souls. Pop Undershaft believes that benevolent industrial management, not charity and moral
uplift, is the way to help the poor. He sets out to show that intellectual Cusins and spirit...