Otto Bros

At the finish of this number one member -steps on the dame’s train and his trousers undergarment is revealed in the back of the skirt This and the singing was good for a howl. They make a comedy exit after one takes a fall, tripping over his skirts and being upset by his awkward partner. The crossfire is all funny and both get the character across the footlights with a natural-ness that appeals. This act should open up a new field for the former exponents of the slurring ess’s and should develop into one of vaudeville’s best comedy turns.
Variety, LVII:6 January 1920