The custom of young women "tagging" men on the public streets (on a day specially set aside and called "Tag Day") to secure funds for various charitable purposes, offers many opportunities ... See full summary »
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Augustus Carney
Albert Macklin
Harry Todd
Fred Church ...
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William A. Russell
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The custom of young women "tagging" men on the public streets (on a day specially set aside and called "Tag Day") to secure funds for various charitable purposes, offers many opportunities for excellent humor, and the fact that other manufacturers have not seen the wonderful possibilities of this subject is proven by our motto, "We lead, others follow." This subject should call for one continuous burst of mirth from the opening scene until the finish. A matron is seen handing tags to a bevy of beautiful young ladies and they depart in search of spoils. A tramp, after witnessing the wonderful ease with which the girls entrap their victims, decides to become one of the bunch. First be discovers where the matron keeps the tags and steals all in sight. Nest he appropriates some ladies' garments from a convenient clothes line and a wig from the show case of a costumer, and efficiently disguises himself as a grotesque old lady. He has many very funny adventures, securing much change. The ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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17 February 1909 (USA)  »

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Released as a split reel along with the comedy Bring Me Some Ice (1909). See more »

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