Following then was Gertrude Vanderbilt, with Dean Moore, accompanist, remaining 21 minutes, and Miss Vanderbilt dancing for the finish. Not much dancing but enough to make the house want more. Previously they had gone through the turn as routine when before in New York with the exception that at night one song was omitted. The Vanderbilt act held up through Miss Gertrude’s hard work, and she is still working too hard. But 21 minutes seemed long. Some effort should be made to reduce the running time. Mr. Moore is doing better with his “nance stuff” but just as badly with the ballad.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 17 December 1920