The Melnotte Twins are nice looking brunettes, dance well and know how to wear some becoming stage garb, particularly the Quaker maid gowns on their first appearance. The boys are of the same stature and dress alike throughout, changing from the hotel uniforms to ministerial garb, while the girls don soubret costumes for their second appearance.
The "hypnotic song" got the most attention.
The little story is inconsequential, but sufficient enough to lead the songs and dances. It is a pity that the twins do not possess voices, but they still manage to get their songs over. The Waldorf boys work in harmony with the twins, but they too lack vocal prowess. The act can hold an early position on a big bill.
Variety 25:4 (12/30/1911)