Charles Ray has done many good things for the screen, but it is doubtful if he has ever done anything better than 'A Tailor-Made Man,' the current feature at the Coronet. In this picture, Ray is seen in a part rather different from his usual 'rube' comedies, but his genius is just as much in evidence. Film synopsis included. There is a very novel and amusing climax and the story itself is essentially human.
A Natural Story: Chas. Ray in a Comedy of Everyday
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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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