The Gold Rush - Silent Version

The Gold Rush - Silent Version
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I watched this one, the original silent version of The Gold Rush in time for it's 90th(!) anniversary back in 2015 and how funny and fresh it still is after nearly century is stunning. It's testament to Chaplin's talent and genius.

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