Chaplin at Keystone, Part 1

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Making a Living
An out-of-work swindler takes a job as a reporter. After witnessing a car go over cliff, he grabs a rival reporter's camera and races to the newspaper office to enter…
Kid Auto Races at Venice, Cal.
Charlie, dressed as a tramp for the first time, goes to a baby-cart race in Venice, California. He causes a great deal of trouble and confusion, both on off the…
Mabel's Strange Predicament
In a hotel lobby an inebriated Charlie runs into an elegant lady, gets tied hup in her dog's leash, and falls down. He later runs into her in the hotel…
Between Showers
Charlie and another man compete in trying to help a young lady cross a muddy street. The rival finds a wooden plank which Charlie takes from him. They fight over…
A Film Johnnie
Charlie attempts to meet his favorite movie actress at the Keystone Studio, but does not win friends there.
Tango Tangeles
'Tango Tangeles' is part of a series of films from Flicker Alley. Part 1 Includes: Making a Living Kid Auto Races At Venice, Cal. Mabel's Strange Predicament Between Showers A…
His Favorite Pastime
A very plastered fella follows a pretty woman home, and proceeds to make a nuisance of himself.
Cruel, Cruel Love
A silly aristocrat who believes he's been jilted attempts suicide, but is saved from death and reunited with his fiancee.
The Star Boarder
A brat's magic lantern show exposes an indiscreet moment between a landlady and her star boarder.
Mabel at the Wheel
Charlie, competing with his rival's race car, offers Mabel a ride on his motorcycle but drops her in a puddle. He next joins some dubious characters in abduction of his…
Twenty Minutes of Love
Charlie is hanging around in the park, finding problems with a jealous suitor, a man who thinks that Charlie has robbed him a watch, a policeman and even a little…
Caught in a Cabaret
Charlie is a clumsy waiter in a cheap cabaret, suffering the strict orders from his boss. He'll meet a pretty girl in the park, pretending to be a fancy ambassador,…

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