Charlie Chaplin Marathon (Special Edition)
Includes: The Rink - 1916 - 20 min. Chaplin plays a waiter who spends his time at the skating rink where his skill and grace lead to possible romance, and unfortunate mishaps.
The Immigrant - 1917 - 20 min. En route by boat, immigrant Chaplin tries to make the best of the rough seas. He befriends a woman and appoints himself her protector.
Tillie's Punctured Romance - 1914 - 73 min. This is the first feature-length comedy ever made and features Chaplin as a con artist who talks Marie Dressler, an innocent lass, into taking her dad's savings and running off to the city with him.
The Vagabond - 1916 - 20 min. This is the story of The Little Tramp, a pathetic fiddler who makes a scanty living and rescues damsels in dstress. One of the first films directed by Charlie Chaplin.
KC Price $11.24
Retail Price $14.99
Release Date 1999
Year 1914-1917
Category Comedy
Rating Not Rated
Actors Charlie Chaplin, Marie Dressler
Studio LaserLight
Run Time 133 Minutes
Color/BW B/W
Standard Format Full Frame
Closed Caption NO
Language English
THX Certified NO
Multi-Audio NO
Production Notes NO
16:9 Enhanced NO
Title Released YES
Box Set/Special Edition YES
Regionally Coded (No Region Code)

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