Golden has a lot of new material. Some of his early talk escaped the rater slow perceptions of the audience, but the monologist continued on the even tenor of his way and brought them around.
Golden is one of the few, oh, very few, singe talking comedians who do not descend to the obvious catch the easy laughter of the simple minded, who are always present in greater or less number. There is a snap and sparkle to everything he has to say, and his broader humor has an odd slant that marks it with distinctiveness.
Variety 4:1 (04/06/1907)