Teddy Black and Melnotte Sisters

The girls make a bright “sister” pair, with sprightly dances and an altogether attractive, graceful stage presence.
Their singing goes nicely, and they handle a bit of dialogue winsomely.
Black has a repertoire of rather disagreeable, flip mannerisms; also a habit of flirting his hands around and worrying his hat that is not to be recommended as comedy. He has a good singing and talking voice, and otherwise makes an acceptable light comedian. There is no good reason why the act should not find place.
Variety 7:3 (07/20/1907)