The Gold Rush

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benedict

A BEAUTIFUL ROMANTIC COMEDY, WRITTEN , DIRECTED AND PLAYED BY ONE OF THE GREATEST ACTORS OF THE SILENT FILM ERA CHARLIE CHAPLIN A MUST SEE! A DELIGHTFUL EXPERIENCE,

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Angel

Prefer a version I saw a while back with a simple soundtrack that was predominantly piano. Can't find any information on it though.

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