Sunnyside (1919)

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Charlie works on a farm from 4am to late at night. He gets his food on the run (milking a cow into his coffee, holding an chicken over the frying pan to get fried eggs). He loves the ... See full summary »



  • Charles Chaplin in Sunnyside (1919)
  • Charles Chaplin in Sunnyside (1919)
  • Charles Chaplin in Sunnyside (1919)
  • Charles Chaplin in Sunnyside (1919)
  • Sunnyside (1919)
  • Charles Chaplin in Sunnyside (1919)

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13 January 2003 | Snow Leopard
Somewhat Uneven, But Worth Seeing
It's somewhat uneven, and you'd probably say that it's interesting rather than good, but "Sunnyside" is still worth seeing if you like Charlie Chaplin's short comedies. A couple of the sequences are very enjoyable, but others don't really work that well, and just take up time.

Rather than his usual tramp character, Charlie plays a put-upon farmhand and handyman who has some of the same characteristics, and the story combines some conventional slapstick with some more imaginative sequences. Some of the material is quite good, especially the sequence with Charlie and the horse doctor treating a patient. But not all of it comes off equally well, and it bogs down at times. It's only average among Chaplin's many short comedies, and not quite as good as most of the later ones, but it has enough to be worth seeing.

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