Morning Herald, Gloversville, New York, April 1926

17th Apr 1926

Gloversville, New York, Morning Herald, 17th April 1925 review (from the Johnstown page)

“Last Edition” at the Grand

Vivid, intense melodrama, vitalized in the absorbing atmosphere of the newspaper game and showing the most intimate details of newspaperdom with all their glamour, romance “The Last Edition,” Emory Johnson’s latest production will be shown at the Grand for the last times today.


Ralph Lewis, who made his roles in “The Third Alarm,” “Westbound Limited” and “In the Name of the Law,” historic pieces of dramatic acting, is starred by the producer-director in what is it confidently predicted will be the most popular part he has ever played. Mrs. Emilie Johnson, mother of the brilliant young director, wrote the story and the Johnsons in conjunction with their former star have returned to the old combination which provided the public with all of the thrilling success mentioned above, as well as several others.


Other added features include, “Fair Warning” a rollicking comedy of hilarity and a Grand News.

Matinee at 2:30 Evening at 7:10 and 9:00.