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1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood

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United States, Hollywood, 26-06-1925

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The Gold Rush is a 1925 silent film comedy written, directed, and starring Charlie Chaplin in his Little Tramp role. He goes to the Klondike in order to find gold, and falls in love. It also stars Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Henry Bergman, Malcolm Waite and Georgia Hale. One famous scene shows the Little Tramp starving and having to eat his boot; another famous scene shows a house sliding off a cliff in the snow with Chaplin inside. The movie was originally released before the invention of sound film. For the 1942 re-release, Chaplin composed and recorded a musical score and narration and tightened the editing. One sequence is altered so that instead of the Tramp finding a note from Georgia Hale”s character, which he mistakenly believes is for him, he actually receives the note from her. Another major alteration is the ending, in which the now-wealthy Tramp originally gave Georgia a lingering kiss; the sound version ends before this scene. Since the film was originally shot at 18 frames per second, the sound version, shown at 24 frames per second, is both shorter and faster than the original silent screenings. This has the side effect of making Chaplin”s slapstick routines appear more frantic than before, a fact that probably influenced Chaplin”s decision to shoot Modern Times at silent speed. The Gold Rush is the 5th highest grossing silent film in cinema history, taking in more than $4,250,000 at the box office in 1925. The film has been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.

Sound Bite and conversation:



Wallis, Shani

(Chaplin film-partner) , speaking English:
-  "It was unbelievable how this small man could make people laugh – he was so cute. Although he did not say a word. He expressed himself without words – yet he had something to say! "

Chaplin, Eugene

(Charlie Chaplin’s son) , speaking English:
-  "One day she collapsed on the stage. My father was about 5 or 6 years old at that time and he spontaneously jumped in for her. He sang the song of the bees. The audience was in ecstasy – and threw money to him. "

Lloyd, Norman

(Chaplin’s film partner) , speaking English:
-  "It was a pioneer city. A new industry was born. "

Chaplin, Eugene

(Charlie Chaplin’s son) , speaking English:
-  "At first it was routine work – until he found his role: the vagabond. "

Lloyd, Norman

(Chaplin’s film partner) , speaking English:
-  "So human – the most human role ever discovered. The vagabond could be anything: touching, nasty, humorous and sad. It incorporated all of mankind. "

Lloyd, Norman

(Chaplin’s film partner) , speaking English:
-  "People understood the vagabond. And that is why he became world famous. He was the whole world’s favorite actor. "

Lloyd, Norman

(Chaplin’s film partner) , speaking English:
-  "They always saw him as a progressive person. But he kept his distance, never intervened. To express his opinion – that was what he wanted! "

Chaplin, Sydney

(Charlie Chaplin’s son) , speaking English:
-  "He never liked those people who shoved other people aside. In his eyes these pushy types were the real lower classes. He was disgusted at the idea that anyone could tread on someone else’s foot.” "

Raksin, David

(Chaplin’s composer) , speaking English:
-  "Only the fact alone that the people let those desperate things happen was a constraint against the whole world! Charlie knew this but he did not want to show these desperate things in a common way. So he made fun of Hitler. With his inimitable style, it caused him a lot of problems – because everyone took this monster seriously. "

Chaplin, Eugene

(Charlie Chaplin’s son) , speaking English:
-  "What was special in this film, which my father saw as a vision, was what would follow. He could feel these things very well.” "

Raksin, David

(Chaplin’s composer) , speaking English:
-  "Charlie was not a womanizer. He loved women, and?! What could he do? Should he have had relations with bears when a lot of pretty women were around him? "

Chaplin, Sydney

(Charlie Chaplin’s son) , speaking English:
-  "”They said that he was a ‘sympathiser’, which meant that he had friends who were communist sympathisers.” "

Chaplin, Eugene

(Charlie Chaplin’s son) , speaking English:
-  "This chase meant the end of his career. The opinion of my father was always provocative and he gained a lot of enemies first of all from political life. "

Herden, Tippi

(Chaplin film-partner) , speaking English:
-  "“Charlie was effectively exiled from the US, they barred him. It was a major blow for him – but it happened to a lot of his colleagues too.” "

Lloyd, Norman

(Chaplin’s film partner) , speaking English:
-  "He said: “I will never make a movie again in America.” And in reality he never made a film in the United States. "

Dehaven, Gloria

(Chaplin film partner) , speaking English:
-  "To watch this brilliant and talented genius was not only a joy. He was one of the most attractive and adorable men I have ever met in my life. Charlie Chaplin – he was one of a kind. "

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1999

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