The magic is a bit shop worn, but well enough executed to mystify an unsophisticated audience. The same is true of “The Singing Head,” an old illusion worked in new fashion. It is a catchy trick.
Henella falls into the common failing o too much talk. This is well enough when the patter is bright, but Henella's is not. He should either have good comedy talk or hold himself down to direct announcement and enough patter to cover his execution.
Variety 6:1 (06/01/1907)