Gold Rush (1925)
Editor's NoteThis Chaplin classic finds Charlie in the Klondike searching for gold. Maintains a careful balance of masterful slapstick, romantic tenderness, and wry social satire. Also contains the celebrated "dancing dinner rolls" gag. Re-release in 1942 featured sound narration. Academy Award Nominations: 2, Best Sound Recording, Best Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture.
Cast & Crew
|Charlie Chaplin - Screenwriter|
|Charlie Chaplin - Director|
Plot SummaryThe Little Fellow journeys to the harsh and unforgiving land of Alaska in search of fortune in this classic silent comedy from Charlie Chaplin.