The men dress in the scarlet coats and dinky caps of the English soldier. The springboard is employed for several good feats. The straight man stands on one end of the see-saw, to be thrown into the air by one of the clowns dropping from the table to the other end.
Two clowns are used, acting as understanders in the two-high work and two-high handstands, as well as working out the comedy material.
The three show a splendid specimen of tat rae and almost extinct thing, a comedy acrobatic act in which there is novelty of acrobatic work and originality in the comedy department. The act is neat and original in conception and should do well in any company.
Variety 1:4 (26/01/1907)