Kate Elinor [sic] and Sam Williams were a comedy riot and a tower of strength to the first half. Appearing number four, they doubled up the house for a continuous stream of laughs, Miss Elinore’s pop gun working with its usual surefire effect. She is a favorite at the Brighton and the crowd gave her a great send-off. Mr. Williams piano-loged a couple of pop numbers for heavy returns. Although a bit inclined to staginess he makes a capital foil for Miss Elinore’s comedy antics.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 9 July 1920