G | | Comedy, Romance
The Tramp finds work and the girl of his dreams at a circus.
In the 1969 re-issue, the 80-year-old Charles Chaplin sang the title song.
I've run away from the circus.
After the tramp washes the shaving cream from his face, he dries himself with a towel but the towel never touches his face (this is probably so that it won't mess up the stage makeup).
Chaplin replaced the original credits of this film when he reissued it in 1969. In their place there is an opening scene featuring Merna Kennedy on the trapeze while Chaplin sings a song, then the image fade to the credits of that version with no cast nor technical credits.
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