A comedy of many amusing characters, but especially of Giuseppe, who finds a big roll of money in a suit that he had "chased" from Isaac's second-hand store. The narrative runs along rather blindly at first; it made us think that Augustus Carney was Giuseppe, but he merely was his friend. Giuseppe is played by E.H. Calvert. Nearly everyone in the large cast plays his or her character well; but John Steppling, as Isaac, had the funniest part. The picture depends more on the wit of its action than on the humor of its characters and Isaac was hardly more commendable than many others. Eleanor Blanchard, Dolores Cassinelli, Ruth Stonehouse, Howard Missimer, Bryant Washburn and Mary Flight also have roles. - The Moving Picture World, January 4, 1913
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