George Jessel

George Jessel did more then his share in helping the bill along with his revue, and finished soundly with a short speech tacked on. Running through without changes as to the general layout, with the possible exception of the insertion of “Margie” as a melody for the team in the act to sing, the appearance of the piece remains in splendid condition with the girls looking extremely well and every one accepting their share of the burden that combined to put the act among the topmost of this style of entertainment. Jessel, of course, stood out, getting to the audience early with his intimate manner, and was “in” before he had gone half-way.    
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 17 December 1920