An extravaganza comedy thoroughly laughable and enjoyable, and one that was received with warm applause. It deserved to be applauded on account of its quality which is all in the acting. A very well-made-up hypnotist calls on Mr. Brown's sweetheart while Brown is there. Brown is quickly cut out and leaves in dudgeon. Goes to consult a professional hypnotist, but finds him not home. Edges past valet into the hypnotist's library. Finds the great book. "How to Hypnotize from a Distance." Reads for a while, then calls up sweetheart and has her make faces at the other hypnotist. Miss Florence Turner plays the girl and she is rich in it. Brown then comes back with the great book. Heavy battle scene in sweetheart's parlor, ending in a truce with Brown victor. It surely is a worth-while comedy. There's hardly an inch that isn't funny. - The Moving Picture World, December 16, 1911
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