Miss Buckley looked charming in her part of the fiancee, and Henry Buckler, the third member of the company, passes indifferently.
There is nothing novel in the sketch itself, or remindful of the former act, excepting a violin.
While there is no doubt of its ultimate success, though the remodeling process improves it, at present the action of the piece is too rough for "refined" vaudeville. A new finish should be devised, but O'Brien neither is adaptable to a female character, grotesque or otherwise, nor does he play it well.
Variety 7:2 (07/13/1907)