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The Gold Rush
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The Gold Rush 1925


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Release Date:June 26th, 1925
Running Time:96 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsCharles Chaplin
Written By:
No image existsCharles Chaplin
Starring:
No image existsCharles Chaplin
No image existsMack Swain
No image existsHenry Bergman
No image existsTom Murray
No image existsMalcolm Waite
No image existsGeorgia Hale

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The Gold Rush Movie Review by James (1/21/2016)

Charlie Chaplin can be argued as one of the greatest comedic geniuses of all time. By using silent comedy through expressions along with physical emotions, Chaplin made a name for himself by creating some of the greatest movies ever made. And there is no better example of Chaplin's comedy than his 1925 masterpiece "The...

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The Gold Rush Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/21/2007)

This film boasts one of the most iconic scenes in film history. That of The Tramp in a log cabin with a lumberjack while it totters on the brink of a cliff.

Of course there is a girl, one of whom The Tramp is trying to win the heart.

Not my favorite of his, but a classic nonetheless.

Must-see.

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