Sansone and Delila, opening have an interesting routine of equilibristic feats with many novel angles and, for an eight-minute turn, deliver value. The man of the act should by all means devise some sort of substitute for the Tuxedo or sack coat worn at the opening over his gym shirt and white flannel trousers. The nondescript combination is all out of order. The woman dresses neatly and both members of the partnership work with good acrobatic style. This was No. 1 without comedy.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 17 December 1920