Rating: 7.5 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 12/07/2013 (rewatch)
A tramp cares for a boy after he’s abandoned as a newborn by his mother. Later the mother has a change of heart and aches to be reunited with her son.
Rated NR | Length 68 minutes
Kitty Bradbury | Charlie Chaplin | Henry Bergman | Jackie Coogan | Edna Purviance | Albert Austin | Carl Miller | Beulah Bains | Nellie Bly Baker | F. Blinn | Frank Campeau | Bliss Chevalier | Elsie Codd | Frances Cochran | Jack Coogan Sr. | Estelle Cook | Lillian Crane | Dan Dillon | Philip D'Oench | Robert Dunbar | Charles Reisner | Tom Wilson | Lita Grey | Esther Ralston | John McKinnon | Lew Parker | S.D. Wilcox | Raymond Lee | Jules Hanft | Clyde McAtee | Edward Biby | Edgar Sherrod | Sadie Gordon | Granville Redmond | Kathleen Kay
This one applies to both my IMDb top 250 project and Flickchart highest rated project. Can understand why it’s rated so highly but I prefer later Chaplin when he perfected his craft. Still a good movie of course also a little sloppy and lacking a defining social commentary.