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The Little Tramp escapes from prison; saves a girl and her mother from drowning; and creates havoc at a swank party.

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The Convict (as Charlie Chaplin)
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The Girl
Eric Campbell ...
The Suitor
Henry Bergman ...
The Father
Albert Austin ...
The Butler
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Phyllis Allen ...
Governess (uncredited)
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Man (uncredited)
Frank J. Coleman ...
Prison Guard (uncredited)
Marta Golden ...
Mrs. Brown - Girl's Mother (uncredited)
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Old Man (uncredited)
Toraichi Kono ...
Chauffeur (uncredited)
John Rand ...
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Tiny Sandford ...
Policeman (uncredited)
Janet Sully ...
Marie (uncredited)
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Guest (uncredited)
May White ...
Lady (uncredited)

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Charles Chaplin ... (uncredited)

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Vincent Bryan ... () (uncredited)
 
Charles Chaplin ... () (uncredited)
 
Maverick Terrell ... () (uncredited)

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Henry P. Caulfield ... producer (uncredited)
Charles Chaplin ... producer (uncredited)
John Jasper ... producer (uncredited)

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William C. Foster ... (uncredited) (photography)
Roland Totheroh ... (uncredited) (photography)

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Charles Chaplin ... (uncredited)

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George Cleethorpe ... property master (uncredited)

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George C. 'Duke' Zalibra ... assistant camera (uncredited)

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Michael Mortilla ... music copyright (1989) (as Michael D. Mortilla) / music performer (1989) (as Michael D. Mortilla)

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Toraichi Kono ... driver: Mr. Chaplin (uncredited)

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David Shepard ... presents (1989)
Ed Brewer ... technical director (uncredited)
Tom Harrington ... assistant: Mr. Chaplin (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

Charlie escapes from prison. After rescuing a girl and her mother from drowning, Charlie is invited to their home where a big party is held and he is treated like a hero. However, as a result Charlie's photo is printed in the newspapers and the prison guards come after him. Written by Jim Beaver

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Also Known As
  • Charlot s'évade (France)
  • Charlie als Sträfling (Germany)
  • Der Abenteurer (Germany)
  • Charlot se evade (Spain)
  • Charlot, el aventurero (Spain)
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  • 24 min
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Trivia The chauffeur was played by Toraichi Kono, who was Charles Chaplin's own butler, chauffeur, secretary, and bodyguard from 1916 to 1934. See more »
Goofs When the Tramp first appears in the sand, the policeman's rifle is resting on the ground, pointing at him. In the next long shot, the rifle is in the policeman's lap. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Charlie Chaplin Festival (1941). See more »
Quotes Title Card: [opening title card] The man hunt.
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