24 Nov 1925
“Last Edition” To Leave Here Tonight
Newspaper Picture Had Big Run in South Yonkers
“The Last Edition’s” last showings tonight ought to fill the Broadway, so extensive has been the praise of this play of newspaper life. Ralph Lewis as appeared in heroic roles in many screen productions, but never more accurately portrayed a role than he does as the assistant pressman in “The Last Edition.” Other attractions for tonight are “Orphans of Mother O’Phew, a novelty, and a Roach Star Comedy. There will be specials in added attractions to precede every showing of “The Fool” on Thanksgiving Eve tomorrow and on Thanksgiving Day and Friday and Saturday.
Vivid, intense melodrama, vitalized in the absorbing atmosphere of the newspaper fame and showing the most intimate details of newspaperdom with all their glamours, romance and tragedy is in “The Last Edition.” Emory Johnson’s latest production for F. B. O. Ralph Lewis, who made his roles in “The Third Alarm,” “Westbound Limited” and “In the Name of the Law,” historic pieces of dramtic acting, is starrred by the producer-director in what is the most popular part he has ever played.