Miss Keeler, becomingly gowned, adds and excellent performance to a refined and attractive personality.
(Mr. Mason) He plays Spider McCann, a retired pugilist, who, in giving first aid to the inured after an automobile accident, takes Monte Fiske, abattered society boy, home. Spider, with characteristic nerve, learns the young man's greatest toruble - that his fiancee has rejected him because he is not a hero. Spider phones to the chief of police a highly-colored story of the smash-up, making Monte a heroic figure in it, and the story is given out to the newspapers. The sweetheart rushes to the house where the hero is confined, but, discovering the deception, cleverly turns the tables upon Spider until he acknowledges his duplicity. Then, of course, the usual ending.
The Sketch has all the necessary elements entitling it to a first-class position in the best houses.
Variety 3:4 (03/23/1907)