Laddie Cliff

"The act is distinctively English, and wafts to American theatregoers the unmistakable atmosphere of the music halls of London."
"The matinee audiences failed to warm up to the lad in his first song, but there was full compensation for the delay in the ovation given him later. The applause was so thunderous that after several encores Cliff was forced to beg off on the plea that he was suffering with a cold."
"Cliff gives English songs and dances with a cleverness that is remarkable even in these days of vaudeville surprises. His personality is magnetic and his manner irresistible. In his final dances he is particularly taking and nothing more entertaining has been seen in Cleveland theatres than his use of his thin legs in the dancing of characteristic English steps."
New York Public Library, Billy Rose Theatre Collection, Robinson Lock