Forgot He’d Moved

A new member appears in the role of the Janitor. His name is Sig. Franklin, which might be taken to argue a Spanish nativity. The international situation is further complicated by his uncertainty as to whether he is playing a German or Irish dialect part.
In its second week, some of the loose and ragged ends of R.E. Graham's farcical sketch, "Forgot He'd Moved." have been trimmed down and tucked in and the offering runs a bit more smoothly. The act makes its appeal along the broadest lines of noise, slapstick and elemental humour, and the part of Charles Copper, the inebriate lover, will never add to the reputation of the comedian of "Florodora" and "Piff, Paff, Pouff."
Variety 3:4 (03/23/1907)