The Gold Rush (1925)

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A prospector goes to the Klondike in search of gold and finds it and more.


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  • Charles Chaplin and Roland Totheroh in The Gold Rush (1925)
  • Charles Chaplin in The Gold Rush (1925)
  • Charles Chaplin in The Gold Rush (1925)
  • Charles Chaplin in The Gold Rush (1925)
  • Charles Chaplin and Tom Murray in The Gold Rush (1925)

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In his autobiography, Charles Chaplin revealed he had the idea for this film at Pickfair, the home of Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. Indeed, his two friends and associates were showing him pictures of Alaska and Klondike. One of them was picturing prospectors climbing the Chilkoot col, ... ...


Goofs

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.

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