Charlie Chaplin (1915)





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The title of this Charlie Chaplin comedy refers to the popular term for a Model T Ford, a jitney. Chaplin's girlfriend Edna Purviance is about to be forced by her father to wed the wealthy Count de Ha-Ha. Chaplin impersonates the Count and is welcomed by her mercenary father.
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Fred Goodwins
as Her Father
Leo White
as Her Millionaire Suitor, Count d He-Ha
Lloyd Bacon
as Butler
Carl Stockdale
as Policeman
Ernest Van Pelt
as Policeman
Bud Jamison
as Policeman
Paddy McGuire
as Head Waiter
Charles Chaplin
as Suitor the Fake Count, Suitor, the Fake Count
Ernest Van Pelt
as Policeman
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One of Chaplin's better shorts, with him playing with identity and extreme parentage. The car chase sequence, considering the plot, was a little out of place, but it was a great attempt of putting comedy into physical extremes, and might be the closest he can get to a Keaton stunt sequence(Chaplin did not indulge much with over-the-top stunts).

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