SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1935. Volume 6. Number 11.
Youth and Comedy
Youth and Comedy.
The two young people Elsie and Harold (Joan Powell and Tom Bush), were good counterparts and added good looks and brightness, especially to the supper scene. The break in Harold's character and the naive reactions of Elsie were particularly well done. Mr. Joe Fletton, the comic relief, was played with a strong sense of humour by I. Gow. Inspector Stack (N. A. Morrison) was restrained and firm—an excellent piece of under-acting. The scene between the father and the Inspector was the most gripping in the play. The constable was played with suitable stolidity by A. Armour.