Although John Paul Bart was only an obscure clothes-presser in the tailor's shop, he had a most consuming ambition. Film synopsis included. How Paul goes about this ticklish matter, and his trials and hardships before his plans work out to a triumphant conclusion, form the theme of 'The Tailor-Made Man.' Charles Ray is seen in a new kind of part in this picture. The film will be at the Coronet until Friday next.
Do Clothes Make the Man? Charles Ray, in New Film
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A Tailor-Made Man (View more)
Joseph De Grasse
Albert Ray (adaptation)
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 ...
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