Charlie Chaplin's character the Tramp goes to Yukon to participate in the Gold Rush. Famous critic Mordaunt Hall wrote in the New York Times in 1925: "It is the outstanding gem of all Chaplin's pictures, as it has more thought and originality than even such masterpieces of mirth as 'The Kid and Shoulder Arms'".
Creditsdirector: Charles Chaplin
composer: Charles Chaplin
producer: Charles Chaplin
screenplay: Charles Chaplin
Editor: Charles Chaplin
Cinematography: Roland Totheroh
sound: Harold E. McGhan
production company: Charles Chaplin Productions
More infodialogue: Silent Film (English Intertitles)
subtitles: Dutch subt.
Country: United States of America
CHARLES CHAPLIN (1889-1977): Twenty Minutes of Love (1944, Short), Caught in the Rain (1914, Short), Laughing Gas (1914, Short), The Property Man (1914, Short), The Face on the Barroom Floor (1914, Short), Recreation (1914, Short), The Masquerader (1914, Short), His New Profession (1914, Short), The Rounders (1914, Short), The New Janitor (1914, Short), Those Love Pangs (1914, Short), Dough and Dynamite (1914, Short), Gentlemen of Nerve (1914, Short), His Musical Career (1914, Short), His Trysting… Show more