Chaplin's Essanay Comedies Part 3

Chaplin's Essanay Comedies Part 3
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A Night in the Show
Chaplin plays dual roles in the film: a version of his old stage success of the well-to-do drunk Mr. Pest, and Mr. Rowdy, a dissipated working man, both of whom…
Burlesque on Carmen
A spoof of the opera and film versions of Bizet's Carmen where a Spanish officer is led astray by the gypsy girl Carmen.
Police
The Tramp, released from prison is "once again in the cruel, cruel world" where he meets a former cellmate and sets about to rob the home occupied by a young…
Triple Trouble
Charlie is working in the home of an eccentric inventor from whom some German spies are attempting to obtain a formula.
Charlie Butts In
A mishmash of Chaplin anicdotes from watching his lead a band, to chasing women and being kicked out of hotel rooms.

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