[New Act] Talking, singing, 16 mins; one. Comic with rubber tired cheaters. Straight in street attire. The former is carrying a Kodak which introduces long unfunny crossfire dialog about photography. After the straight solos, the inevitable ballad, more crossfire about a menu with familiar gags. A song is doubled, followed by a soft shoe double dance. The song is pleasingly harmonized and the dancing up to the average, but the material is of ancient vintage. This pair could handle dialog acceptably if they had the vehicle. Their present one is hopeless.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 24 December 1920