A Day's Pleasure
A Day's Pleasure (1919)

This Charlie Chaplin film begins with Charlie, Edna and their two boys leaving their house 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… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: December 15, 1919
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Dennis Schwartz
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The film lacked Charlie's usual social commentary and relied totally on sight gags, which never registered as funny.

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Eric Broome
The Little Tramp as a family man? It just doesn't seem right. Charlie takes his wife and two kids for an afternoon scenic cruise around the bay. Most of… More
The fourth short in the set seems like a step back in many ways. It was apparently a film made very quickly while he was preparing for his first feature, and… More
Chris Browning
A very short (17 minutes) two-reel comedy that relies solely on sight gags and not up to the usual standard of Chaplin's other shorts and features. While… More
Ivan Descartin
An early Chaplin short that showcased the Tramp not as a bum with a heart of gold but as a normal middle-class man who only wanted his family to have "A… More