A most entertaining farce. In this play Mr. Levy gives us the blundering and silly ass character of Henry Dewlip, a wealthy young English bachelor. Henry leads a life of ease until he is taken in hand by his apparently prim young secretary, who tries to persuade him to forego all his pleasant vices.
"Few things on Broadway are so funny. Not for many a night have I heard such spontaneous laughter in a theater. The audience got up to go with tears in its eyes. Tears that came from laughter." - New York World Telegram