The comedian employs a good German dialect and the dialogue is bristling with points. The talk is almost altogether fresh and new and the "gags" are neatly worked up. Both have good voices. The comedian has an adaptation of "My Mariuccia" with a catchy air, and the straight man, who dresses and works nicely, has two numbers, with a full change for the second, "San Antonio."
The number is a good one for a burlesque olio and should command attention for vaudeville.
Variety 3:5 (03/30/1907)