Keystone hasn't turned out anything funnier than this two-part farce in a long while, if ever. As usual, it is rough and tumble, helter-skelter; but the spirit of laughs is behind most of what goes on in it, especially of the second reel. As an offering to the public, it is first class, there can be no doubt at all of that. But it is so full that it would be hard to give a compressive account of it. Roscoe Arbuckle is the author and director. It's a scream. - The Moving Picture World, June 27, 1914
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