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Movie Info

This collection of Charlie Chaplin shorts features four titles from 1917. In "The Adventurer," the Tramp (Charlie Chaplin) escapes from jail and saves a drowning girl (Edna Purviance) and her mother. In "The Cure," Chaplin plays a drunk who wreaks havoc by smuggling a supply of liquor into a health spa. "Easy Street" finds the Tramp becoming a policeman who aids the poor, and in "The Immigrant" Charlie wins -- and loses -- money in a card game on a ship bound for America.

Cast

Eric Campbell
as Store Manager
Edna Purviance
as His Secretary
Lloyd Bacon
as Assistant Manager
Albert Austin
as Shop Assistant
Leo White
as Elegant Customer
Charlotte Mineau
as Beautiful Store Detective
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Audience Reviews for Charlie Chaplin

  • Dec 20, 2008
    Classic Charlie Chaplin silent movie. Charlie unwittingly uncovers a department stores' shoplifters and theiving managers' scams. My favourite scenes are on the first filmed escalator in a department store.
    Candy R Super Reviewer
  • Aug 20, 2008
    Performing in inimitable style on an escalator, or in common parlance, a moving stairway, injecting new "business", such as Charlie Chaplin has not given to the public in previous comedies, producing the film carefully with adequate settings and excellent photography, supported by a well-chosen cast, he proves conclusively that he is without question of doubt the world's greatest comedian. Chaplin possesses that indefinable something which makes me laugh heartily and without restraint at what in others would be called commonplace actions.
    Dean M Super Reviewer

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