A Ticket in Tatts
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- "A Ticket in Tatts" is a 1934 musical comedy film starring popular stage comedian George Wallace as an accident-prone stablehand. It was the last of three movies Wallace made for F. W. Thring.
- "A Ticket in Tatts" is a 1911 Australian silent film directed by Gaston Mervale.
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by Errol Vieth, Albert Moran
A Ticket in Tatts (1934), Clara Gibbings (1934), and The Streets ...
Colloquialisms and Catch Phrases, Fossilised Jokes and Puns, General Nicknames, Vulgarisms and Such Americanisms as Have Been Naturalised by Eric Partridge
“'Take a ticket in Tatts": to chance. "Fair as Tatts": absolutely fair' (B., 1942).
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