A Day's Pleasure (A Ford Story)
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A Day's Pleasure (A Ford Story)
Charlie Chaplin's fourth film for First National is generally considered a lightweight entry and a throwback to earlier days. It begins with Charlie, Edna and their two boys leaving their house (actually a corner of Chaplin's studio at La Brea and De Longpre in Hollywood) for a day's outing. The family piles into the family flivver, and after Charlie's amusing efforts to keep the engine running, they arrive at a dock and board a crowded day cruiser. Charlie has a disagreement with another passenger (Tom Wilson), when he squeezes himself into a place on the bench next to the… More

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"The film lacked Charlie's usual social commentary and relied totally on sight gags, which never registered as funny."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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