Not Rated | | Adventure, Comedy, Drama
4 January 2005 | ACitizenCalledKane
10 | Possibly Chaplin's best film, certainly one of the greatest comedies of all time!
To see Charlie Chaplin's The Gold Rush is to know enjoyment. One cannot help but enjoy a film as well-done as this! ...
Charles Chaplin stated that this was the film by which he most wanted to be remembered.
In the dancing scene with Georgia and the Lone Propector at first you see him holding the cane straight and trying to keep his trousers up with his right hand. After the scene change he is holding it upside down and he uses the bend part of the cane to keep his trousers up.