The latter shows one of the neatest costumes that has been seen lately.
The comedian has a catchy method and both men are dancers of the first order. In addition to which the "straight" man is an exceptionally good pianist. His command of the keyboard was apparent in several rattling "ragtime" numbers. It is in the talk that the pair slip up. They could use a little dialogue to good effect, but it should be entirely subordinated to the exposition of their specialties—dancing and the piano playing.
As the offering is now shown, the talk is dull and long. It should be revised or entirely replaced and the opening framed up to impress itself upon the audience more quickly and directly. The finish goes splendidly. The comedian is a clever loose dancer and the straight man a capital "stepper." The latter shows one of the neatest costumes that has been seen lately.
Variety 6:5 (06/29/1907)