A Tailor Made Man

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A Tailor Made Man
Directed by Sam Wood
Produced by Harry Rapf
Written by Gabor Dregely (novel)
Harry James Smith (play)
Edgar Allan Woolf (screenplay)
Starring William Haines
Dorothy Jordan
Cinematography Alfred Gilks
Edited by George Hively
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date
  • March 28, 1931 (1931-03-28)
Running time
79–80 minutes
Country United States
Language English

A Tailor Made Man is a 1931 American MGM pre-Code comedy film directed by Sam Wood. Adapted from the 1908 Hungarian play A Szerencse Fia by Gábor Drégely (staged in English in New York in 1917), the film stars William Haines and Dorothy Jordan.[1]

On Broadway, Grant Mitchell starred in the 1917 production and a revival in 1929.[2] The play was the basis for a 1922 American silent film, A Tailor-Made Man.[citation needed]



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