The Gold Rush (1925)

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Directed By Charles Chaplin Charles Chaplin Starring Charles Chaplin Charles Chaplin  •  Mack Swain Mack Swain  •  Tom Murray Tom Murray  •  Henry Bergman Henry Bergman  •  Malcolm Waite Malcolm Waite Genres Adventure Comedy  •  Adventure  •  Comedy  •  Family-Oriented Adventure  •  Family-Oriented Comedy  •  Family  •  Period Film  •  Romance  •  Silent Film  •  Slapstick  •  Western Studios &
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Release Info 1925-06-26T00:00:00Z June 26, 1925
B&W  •  96 minutes NR Rated NR
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Arthouse

Arthouse on 9/20/2014 Reply  · 

A great accomplishment.

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Nononsense

Nononsense on 2/9/2016 Reply  · 

I started watching this film a year or two ago, but can’t remember why I didn’t finish it. I saw it from start to finish today. The first time partial watch was the 1925 version. Today was the 1942 version. The 42 version has better music while the 25 version is more authentic with the absence of narration. Both great though. A top 5 from Chaplin for sure.

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hambone88

hambone88 on 3/23/2020 Reply  · 

I really appreciate this movie as a very important part of film history. But in my opinion I don’t like it. So I would say it’s objectively good, but subjectively I don’t like it.

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clomsoga

clomsoga on Sep 8 Reply  · 

Such a charming film

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