Following her success in Sennett's "False Impressions" (1932) in which she easily stole the movie from luckless star, Lloyd Hamilton, the talented Marjorie Beebe has this one almost all to herself (and Aggie Herring), while Hamilton, making what amounts to a guest appearance, is almost lost in the truly vast cast that producer Mack Sennett has assembled for this little two-reeler.
In fact, the movie has been produced on an extensive budget that would have done credit to a whole feature, what with the huge cast, the stunts and special effects, the location shooting, the fast pace and the almost endless series of incidentsall of it handled with great aplomb by Babe Stafford, who graduated from properties to assistant director to director of Sennett's short subjects, including the excellent Bing Crosby vehicle, "Sing, Bing, Sing!" Our only quarrel is that Stafford was obviously obliged to shoot in such haste, that some of his shots don't edit too smoothly.
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