|Charles Chaplin Director||previously directed The Circus|
Charlie Chaplin's most-recognized masterpiece. In it, the Tramp falls in love with a blind flower as well as gets mixed up with a millionaire drunk. Antics ensue.
This was the first silent Charlie Chaplin movie in the Talkie era.
|Virginia Cherrill||A Blind Girl|
|Florence Lee||The Blind Girl's Grandmother|
|Harry Myers||An Eccentric Millionaire|
|Al Ernest Garcia||The Eccentric Millionaire's Butler|
|Hank Mann||A Prizefighter|
|Charles Chaplin||The Tramp|
|Jack Alexander||Extra in Boxing Scene|
|Victor Alexander||Superstitious Boxer|
|Albert Austin||Street Sweeper / Burglar|
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