Goldberg and Wayne, two men at a piano, were the hit of the show with their comedy song offerings. Both are possessors of pleasing voices. “Love Lies” was the King offering in its usual spot. The gowns worn by the principal and the chorus were especially attractive, mainly the wedding gown worn by Clair Starr. King scored again with his magnificent stage setting, getting a big hand on that alone. The book was good and interspersed with musical numbers went over big. A Sunshine comedy completes the bill.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 17 December 1920