Emma Francis and Harold Kennedy opened the show, though listed for the closing. The turn’s billing held a third name, that of Rosewell Wright, but the latter was not present. That may have been why the routine appeared sketchy. Kennedy’s song attempts were successful only with a “souse” number about moonshine, but he showed something with his eccentric dancing. His gag anent lying down beside a drunk instead of helping him up was long ago employed by William Macart. The dancing bits of the turn were easily the best with the vigorous work of Miss Francis standing out.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 10 December 1920