|Moving Picture World, 26-November-1921|
100 years ago, Larry Semon was popular in the United States, but he was equally popular in many other countries. Those countries usually identified him by a single name. In France, Larry was Zigoto. In Italy, he was Ridolini. In the 1920s, Spanish-speaking audiences called him Jaimito. When the Spanish versions were rereleased in 1940, he was called Tomasín.
|Brattleboro Daily Reformer, 16-November-1921|
In Brattleboro, Vermont, Larry shared the bill with Sessue Hayakawa, who was appearing in Where Lights Are Low.
|Moving Picture World, 06-August-1921|
Please don't make any jokes about William Farnum in drag. He didn't have the legs for it.
|Moving Picture World, 13-August-1921|