Four Chaplin shorts from 1916: One A.M., The Rink, The Pawnshop, and The Floorwalker, presented with music and sound effects.

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Four Chaplin shorts from 1916: One A.M., The Rink, The Pawnshop, and The Floorwalker, presented with music and sound effects.

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The Mutual Films
6 March 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

A collection of four two reelers (One A.M., The Pawnshop, The Rink and 'Easy Street') whereby Chaplin demonstrates that he is an all round actor, writer, director and producer. His skill in ice-skating is phenomenal, and his physical agility in 'The Pawnshop' is admirable. Perhaps the best collection of his two reelers.


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