Mrs. Woodstock (Mae Joyce), who makes up the fourth hand at the card table, is a delightful bit of character writing and acting, and is introduced in just the right place and for proper value. Individually and together the four people make an easily moving acting organization.
Emmett Corrigan shows an exquisite bit of sketch construction in his dramatic offering. Good literary taste stands out all over it. There is not a detail or item in the whole proceedings that carries with it the slightest offense against dramatic nicety. And yet it is put together by a hand skilled in the requirements of vaudeville audiences. There comes to mind no better example of expert blending of comedy and melodrama.
Variety 5:4 (05/25/1907)