Boggs and Pinkston

[New Act] Comedy skit, 12 mins.; one. Man and woman. Woman enters site on bench, reads newspaper. Civil War vet on with a make-up a cross between that of Foster Ball and Al Lydell. The pair go into a talking routine which holds several big laughs. These, however, are separated by too long intervals, most of the talk being too light for comedy results. Quiet finish with veterans walking off to strains of Civil War melodies supposed to be heard in the distance. The act pleased at the 23rdStreet. Will do as No. 2 for the small time bills as it stands, but could be improved greatly by building up quiet stretches of talk.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 23 July 1920