Not Rated | | Adventure, Comedy, Drama
A prospector goes to the Klondike in search of gold and finds it and more.
This movie was re-released in theaters in 1942 with a new musical score. Much of the new music was written by Charles Chaplin himself, in collaboration with musical director Max Terr. Chaplin also added sound effects to the film, and replaced the silent movie title cards with descriptive voice-over narration (the 1942 version is included in the two-disc Special Edition DVD of the film). The new release received two Oscar nominations in 1943: Best Music Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture and ironically for Best Sound.
You see, I'm very particular who I dance with.
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.
Original silent version runs 82 minutes and exists in several Public Domain versions, some utilizing different subtitles and opening credit cards. Some of these versions eliminate quick cutaway shots.
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