Edgar Allen & Co.’s His Friend From Tokyo

The plot harps on the everlasting strain of a former flame of the husband's being introduced into a married household and the efforts to escape disclosure of her identity to the wife, but it develops situations that are laughable in a rough way and introduces Allen himself as an entertaining light comedian.
As a laughmaker Mr. Burton, as the program described the second man member, has all the “fat.” He was really funny in his drunken scenes and Allen as the harassed head of the house handled his straight role adequately. The company is better than the sketch.
Variety 4:4 (04/27/1907)