A Dog's Life (1918)

Not Rated   |    |  Short, Comedy, Drama


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The Little Tramp and his dog companion struggle to survive in the inner city.


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  • Charles Chaplin in A Dog's Life (1918)
  • Charles Chaplin in A Dog's Life (1918)
  • Charles Chaplin and Edna Purviance in A Dog's Life (1918)
  • Charles Chaplin and Edna Purviance in A Dog's Life (1918)
  • A Dog's Life (1918)
  • A Dog's Life (1918)

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Trivia

The dog in this film, Scraps (real name Mut), became so attached to Charles Chaplin during filming that when Chaplin went on a Liberty Bond tour immediately after production, the dog died three weeks later of a supposed broken heart.


Goofs

During the fight at the lunch cart, one of the props holding up the awning gets knocked away. In subsequent shots, the prop is back in place.

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Genres

Short | Comedy | Drama

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