Morrissey Brothers

11 Mins.; One. The Morrissey Brothers are two dress suited young men, mostly dancers, although they attempt recitative singing, telling how they are in demand by the vaudeville managers. The public is more interested otherwise. In the opening spot they seemed to feel they were above the position and so spoiled whatever they did have. One of the boys has some ability as a dancer, while his partner can finger the ivories a bit. Will do on the small time.
Variety, Volume XXXVI, no.6, October 10, 1914