This slender material has been used over and over again
A good title for some other play. Its only connection with the subject is so remote, that of a book of poems which causes the heroine to imagine herself in love with the author, that the application will not be readily grasped. The infatuated heroine finds that the author is an old and peevish man and returns to the arms of a handsome cowboy she has liked at an earlier period. This slender material has been used over and over again in other small releases. It presents nothing new, and its humor depends upon the influence exerted by the poetically- inclined heroine on a group of cow punchers in her father's employ. Their efforts to express themselves in music, painting and sculpture are supposed to furnish the fun, but the comedy of action is not swift enough for farce and rot human enough for character comedy. – The Moving Picture World, January 27, 1917
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