There are frequent changes of scene and characters, but one is not always able to tell just what bearing the action has upon the story.
One incident in which the captured woman spy is dragged by her hair accross the fields beind a wild horse was a rather disagreeable feature.
A good subject having strong points and unlimited action, but chotic in its development. It lacks the element of simplicity necessary for the exposition of dumb action. The situations do not hold together in an easily followed line, but are scattered and waht the book reviewers call "episodic."
Variety 2:1 (02/02/1907)