The author has given her some bright lines, but it is the womanly charm of her own agreeable personality that puts life and interest into the dialogue. Mr. Horne is swamped by this partner's excellence although he makes a first rate light comedian- not quite so light as could be desired, but still adequate.
It takes a good deal of an actress to sit on a drawing room chair and hold her audience interested for twenty minutes with the variest of chitchat, but Miss Filkins did it to perfection.
We have had so many false alarm comedy talking sketches lately that one which is faultless in taste and style of presentment comes as a great relief. Such a novelty is “A Proper Impropriety.”
Variety 5:1 (05/04/1907)