The Vagabond, (Gipsy Life)
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The Vagabond, (Gipsy Life)
Charlie Chaplin's third film in his Mutual period is his first minor masterpiece. It combines comedy and drama in the style that Chaplin had developed in his earlier Essanay film The Tramp and anticipates later dramatic comedies such as The Kid and City Lights. Charlie plays an itinerant violinist whose famous feet we first see emerging from the swinging doors of a saloon. He takes up his position outside the back door and begins his concert, but at this moment a street band begins playing outside the front door. When Charlie enters the saloon to pass the hat, the patrons, believing… More

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"A timeless Little Tramp classic slapstick comedy."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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