There are five boys in an assortment of roles—Irishman, cab driver. German, bellboy and "sissy." They have apparently been told to be funny, and then left to their own devices. The comedy wanders along in a disjointed way with a vast amount of childish buffoonery, and Miss Yolo breaks into the proceedings at intervals to deliver herself of a musical numbers.
The boys and Miss Yolo sing very well indeed, but the framework upon which they have sought ' to build a comedy singing act is a weak and tottering support.
Variety 8:2 (08/10/1907)