A Tailor-Made Man (1922)

John Paul Bart is mistaken for the arbitrator in a big steamship labor case when in actuality he is a lowly pants presser. When the truth comes out, he proves that he is not merely an ... See full summary »

Director:

Joseph De Grasse

Writers:

Albert Ray (adaptation), Harry James Smith (play)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Charles Ray ... John Paul Bart
Tom Ricketts ... Anton Huber (as Thomas Ricketts)
Ethel Grandin ... Tanya Huber
Victor Potel ... Peter
Stanton Heck ... Abraham Nathan
Edythe Chapman ... Mrs. Nathan
Irene Irene ... Miss Nathan (as Irene Lentz)
Frederick A. Thomson ... Mr. Stanlaw (as Frederick Thompson)
Kate Lester ... Mrs. Stanlaw
Jacqueline Logan ... Corinne Stanlaw
Frank Butler Frank Butler ... Theodore Jellicot
Douglas Gerrard ... Gustavus Sonntag
Nellie Peck Saunders Nellie Peck Saunders ... Kitty Dupuy
Charlotte Pierce Charlotte Pierce ... Bessie Dupuy
Thomas Jefferson ... Gerald Whitcomb
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Storyline

John Paul Bart is mistaken for the arbitrator in a big steamship labor case when in actuality he is a lowly pants presser. When the truth comes out, he proves that he is not merely an impostor but a young man of promise. He sets out to win legitimately the position he had held by mistake. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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You'll like this new Ray style of Comedy-Class in every line. It looks good, fits and wears. (Print Ad-Albuquerque Morning Journal, ((Albuquerque NM)) 31 December 1922)

Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

August 1922 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Tailor Made Man See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Final film of actor/director Frederick A. Thomson. See more »

Connections

Version of A Tailor Made Man (1931) See more »

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