The audience is kept in a continual state of laughter
This offering rises to the heights of excellent burlesque. It is particularly timely, coming just as the public has had so many war pictures placed before it on the screen. Eddie Lyons is commander of the entire army, which consists largely of officers. There arc enough privates, however, to give some realistic fighting scenes, and intermixed with these are some splendid comic effects. Most of the familiar phases of current war pictures are neatly burlesqued and the audience is kept in a continual state of laughter. A desirable release. - The Moving Picture World, September 20, 1913
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