The Chaplin Revue

The Chaplin Revue

1958, Comedy
Here are three short films featuring the Tramp (Charles Chaplin). In "A Dog's Life," the Tramp's hardscrabble existence on the streets is compared to that of a canine named Scraps, whose name befits his meals. In "Shoulder Arms," Chaplin is an American soldier in World War I who manages to milk some comedy out of the depressed conditions of trench warfare. And in "The Pilgrim," Chaplin appears in a case of mistaken identity as an escaped prisoner who impersonates a town's minister.
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