This five-reel comedy is just what the name implies, a modern version of the old-time fairy tale. It was evidently written for June Caprice, and that young lady smiles, pouts, frowns and skips through it, after her now familiar method of acting. The story is as unsubstantial as a chocolate sundae and is just suited to the age when that confection makes a satisfactory meal for the female appetite. The admirers of Miss Caprice will applaud star, story, cast and production, a condition of affairs that admits of but one conclusion: the picture fulfils the purpose for which it was intended. It only remains to add that the star wears a number of fetching frocks and that Frank Morgan, Betty Pendergast, Stanhope Wheatcroft, Grace Stevens and Tom Brooke give her good support. The Moving Picture World, January 20, 1917
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