Sunnyside (1919)

Charlie Chaplin's third film in his First National contract is a simple story of country life, an idyll, which contains two separate dream sequences. Charlie is a farm hand and general factotum at a combination farm, general store, and… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: June 15, 1919
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Dennis Schwartz
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Pokes fun at small-town rural America and its hypocritical pieties.

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Eric Broome
"Sunnyside" has more heart than some other Chaplin shorts, plus a wonderful sequence where a knocked-out Charlie hallucinates a meadow frolic with… More
Chris Browning
I first watched this short with my three cousins-in-law; Charley, Max and Skylar and it literally stopped them in the middle of a game of Gogos and captivated… More
Ivan Descartin
The weakest Chaplin short I've seen, with lack of narrative focus and the romance between Chaplin and Purviance looked uninspired. But the opening sequence… More