|Jewish Monitor, 16-September-1921|
Harry Langdon would be the last of the great silent comics to go into films. 100 years go this month, he was still appearing in vaudeville. He appeared in his first movie in 1923. He wrote sketches for other acts. Harry wrote "The Brave Coward" for Olive Briscoe and Al Rauh.
|National Vaudeville Association Souvenir, 1923|