Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Family
4 March 2007 | J. Spurlin
10 | Chaplin understands how close slapstick is to pathos in this classic tearjerking comedy; and remember: kids love this movie
I've always thought there's a great beauty and poignancy to the best slapstick comedies, even unsentimental ...
Chosen by filmmaker Wayne Wang as his favorite all-time film in an AFI poll.
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After John has made pancakes and the Tramp gets out of bed, a kettle can be seen on the corner of the table. After the Tramp has put a chair next to it and goes to sit on it, in the next close-up shot of them on the table, the kettle is suddenly missing.
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