15 Mins.; One. Fred Weber is offering a very ordinary ventriloquial turn that will pass on the small time and that is all. He opens with the boy dummy and runs through usual routine. His best bit is with “the crying baby,” which he thinks so much of that he repeats it until it loses all value, becoming tiresome. With his cry-baby and a good routine he could work out a comedy act that would take him along nicely. An idea is all he needs and this seems to be lacking at present.
Variety, Volume XXXVI, no.9, October 31, 1914.