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The Gold Rush

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In this comedy, the Little Tramp (Charles Chaplin) heads north to join in the Klondike gold rush. But he gets even more by getting mixed up with some burly characters and falling in love with the beautiful Georgia.
Actors: Mack Swain,
Mack Swain
Mack Swain 16 February 1876, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Georgia Hale,
Georgia Hale
Georgia Hale 24 June 1905, St. Joseph, Missouri, USA
Charles Chaplin,
Charles Chaplin
Charles Chaplin 16 April 1889, Walworth, London, England, UK
Henry Bergman,
Henry Bergman
Henry Bergman 23 February 1868, San Francisco, California, USA
Tom Murray,
Tom Murray
Tom Murray 8 September 1874, Stonefoot, Illinois, USA
Malcolm Waite
Malcolm Waite
Malcolm Waite 7 May 1892, Menominee, Michigan, USA
Genre: AdventureComedyDrama
Director: Charles Chaplin
Charles Chaplin
Charles Chaplin 16 April 1889, Walworth, London, England, UK
Country: United States
Release: 1925
IMDb: 8.2
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Duration: 95 min
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Q Network Film Desk
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June 17, 2012

Emotionally robust and genuinely hilarious in ways that transcend time and culture, it balances the witty and the sentimental and still finds plenty of room to inject the moments of underdog social commentary that were so crucial to Chaplin's worldview.
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The New Republic
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January 23, 2013

I prophesied that Chaplin, with his finer comedy and his less spectacular farce, would not be able to hold his popularity against it. What has happened is precisely the reverse of what I predicted.
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Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
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May 10, 2012

When it hit cinemas in the summer of 1925, the Berlin-premiere audience applauded Chaplin's 'dance of the dinner rolls' for so long that the film was rewound and replayed, while the BBC recorded 10 straight minutes of audience laughter at one screening.
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Variety
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June 27, 2007

The Gold Rush is a distinct triumph for Charlie Chaplin from both the artistic and commercial standpoints, and is a picture certain to create a veritable riot at theatre box offices.
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Slant Magazine
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June 22, 2012

Even with its (likely dictated) propaganda on behalf of the now-superfluous 1942 edition, this set restores a high watermark in cinematic comedy to nearly full glory.
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Kansas City Star
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September 04, 2012

It shows Chaplin mixing slapstick with heartbreak like nobody else could. It's plotted in an episodic fashion, but each piece of the puzzle is also a memorable, entertaining bit in and of itself.
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New Yorker
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July 29, 2013

Chaplin is the apotheosis of the world's despised and downtrodden, and also their hope; he heralds a revolution in anarchic beauty.
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indieWire

October 11, 2010

Eighty-five years young, "The Gold Rush" is still an effective tear-jerker.
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Creative Loafing
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July 13, 2012

No one can mix slapstick and sentimentality quite like Chaplin.
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TIME Magazine
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September 14, 2012

The result is a sight for sore eyes, for old-style Chaplin fans and novitiates alike.
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Examiner.com
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July 20, 2012

"The Gold Rush" is wonderfully charming. The comedic bits are both memorable and humorous, the score is exquisite, and it looks pretty darn great for being as old as it is. It's timeless in the sense that it'll be enjoyable now and 100 years from now.
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Chicago Reader
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June 27, 2007

The blend of slapstick and pathos is seamless, although the cynicism of the final scene is still surprising. Chaplin's later films are quirkier and more personal, but this is quintessential Charlie, and unmissable.
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