The McNaughtons

From the talk they go into a burlesque wrestling match, and close with a travesty on boxing, both laughable, but the latter is drawn out, which might be said of the whole act.
three curtain cals
It is too long and should be condensed, both in the opening and closing. The comedian outclasses his brother artists who have come from the other side in that capacity, and he is unqualifiedly funny. The only question to the act, and this also applies to Tom McNaughton's wife, Alice Lloyd, is why, with the demand for foreign acts, have those been so long overlooked?
Variety 3:1 (03/02/1907)