When the father-in-law smacks Charlie's doppelganger in their room, the feather falls off his armor helmet. When the father-in-law pulls him out of the room into the hall, the feather is back on the helmet. See more »
Charlie Chaplin is a poor tramp.Charlie Chaplin is a wealthy and alcoholic husband.Edna Purviance is his neglected wife.The poor tramp sneaks into a upper class golf resort.He finds himself from a masquerade with the neglected wife.The resemblance between the tramp and the wealthy husband makes her think the tramp is the husband.Charles Chaplin is the director, the producer and the writer of The Idle Class (1921).The master comedian does excellent job in double role.His leading lady Edna Purviance is wonderful as always.Then there are greats like Mack Swain and Henry Bergman.This silent short comedy has plenty of funny moments.It's hilarious when the wealthy husband tries to open the visor of his knight's costume.Or when the tramp is seated next to the neglected wife as her husband.This movie only proves the genius of Charlie Chaplin.
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