The Kid (1921)
Modern Day Remake
Extensive musical quotation from Chaplin's score for "The Kid".
Two doubles of the Little Tramp and the Kid appear.
in part I - pictures shown
Poster (the Man and the Kid sitting by a door) on the wall in the kitchen, only the Kid is visible in the scene.
A movie poster for "The Kid" can be seen in the restaurant where Susan and Lisa have lunch.
Poster seen at Cassie's home.
a Russian poster of Chaplin's Movie in Cliff's apartment
There is a poster of the movie on Chris' and Tina's wall.
Jakob Stegelmann looks at child actors in the movies, mentioning the film
On "Jeopardy", there's an "answer" about the kid actor in Chaplin's The Kid. The "question" is, "Who is Jackie Coogan?"
The main characters pass a poster of the film resembling Chaplin and The Kid
Principles walk past poster at movie theatre
In a restaurant a poster of this film is seen.
production / publicity stills
The film was advertised as being shown at the cinema.
Lead character carries Charlie Chaplin mannerism
subject in the documentary
Charlie Chaplin inspires Anthony to help his grandfather.
'The Kid' and its famous chase climax is mentioned by Zoller.
Included in a $50,000 question
Title mentioned by Tops
poster on wall
DVD cover shown.
Movie poster on a wall in Peter von Schnabel's home
Michel Hazanavicius says that he shot "The Artist" in Los Angeles to be around locations such as where Charlie Chaplin shot the film
A boy breaks windows to help his father's glass repair business.
mentioned in narration
Scene with Charles Chaplin and Jackie coogan
Chaplin with Coogan
Several clips from the film are shown.
movie poster on wall
A clip of this film was shown.
DVD release reviewed + footage used
A scene from Chaplin's "The Kid" is imagined by the main character
Ida Dalser watches this movie.
Featured on the TV to entertain the penguins.
Margaret Shroeder takes her children to see this film.
brief clip featured of Chaplin and Jackie Coogan
Kelly and Michael watch this film at the theater.
Nazaret watches the film
Clips seen and discussed
Coogan recreates his role from the film in a spoof