Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Family
The Tramp cares for an abandoned child, but events put that relationship in jeopardy.
In the scene where Charles Reisner's "Bully" is trying to beat up Charles Chaplin's "Tramp," it is obvious that the Bully's upper body has been heavily padded to make him look far bigger and more threatening than he really is, physically.
Put the quarter in the gas mater.
The kid's Brother played by Raymond Lee clearly has fake muscles. (To IMDB Staff: I know this is a 20's movie, and therefore they didn't have sophisticated resources, but they should cast an actor truly strong).
The original credits, with references to First National, of this film have never been available after the initial release.
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