Diamond and Brennan

"The leading man comes out as a high-pressure salesmen selling books on how to keep away from the women. He paints a dismal picture of the innocent man, well-intentioned, who is helpless before the clever machinations of the seducing woman--intent on getting him away from his liberty and money and domesticating him into a husband, A young couple go through all the steps of the downfall of man from the time when a kind-hearted and courteous boy meets a girl in the Pennsylvania railroad station until the couple fight over who will walk the baby at 4 a.m. In the end, the hater of women himself falls."
"Probably the most popular act is that of Diamond and Brennan."
Hartford Courant, January 25 1927