Out All Night

The wife is disguised as a man, follows her husband on a midnight escapade. They visit a gambling house and much of the action is taken up by the efforts of both to keep the newspapers from the other.
J. K. Hutchinson an Rolinda Bainbridge are the principals. Both are plainly trained actors. Both are plainly trained actors. They secure the utmost out of their respective roles and realize the possibilities of the humorous subject. The number yields better than average entertainment and should do well. Edmund Day is credited with its authorship.
Variety 4:2 (04/13/1907)