“Patches” patched up would be a big-time act. Will J. Harris deserves credit for the idea and miniature production, but he did not pick the best of talent to carry it over. Two girls, one a dancer and the other a soubrette; two men, one of whom with a few more years in vaudeville will be fit to step into a production and take an active part, the other man having only a voice and not too much of that, the former playing piano and saxophone, making these instruments do everything but talk, dances and outs some good lines over, having plenty of personality, looks and everything to go along. The act is gorgeously staged, with a very pretty setting, both girls making several throughout the act.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 24 December 1920