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The Kid(1921)

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Brief Synopsis

In this silent comedy, an adoptive father schemes to keep his son.

Cast & Crew

Charles Chaplin The tramp
Tom Wilson The policeman
Chuck Reisner The Bully
Nellie Bly Baker Slum woman
Henry Bergman Proprietor of lodging house
Lita Grey The Flirting Angel
Rollie Totheroh Director of Photography
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1921 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Associated First National Pictures
Sound:  Silent Production Co:  Charles Chaplin Productions
Duration(mins):  not available Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  5,300    
Duration(reels):  6    

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  • The Kid (1921) on Criterion DVD

    Jeffrey Kenison 2014-12-14

    I wouldn't mind having this on Criterion DVD. I like Charles Chaplin. It also costars young Jackie Coogan whom eventually became famous as Uncle... MORE>

  • The Kid

    Goetan 2014-08-15

    Chaplin's first feature film explores the storytelling technique he would be known for. He and Coogan give beautiful performances as an adoptive... MORE>

  • the kid

    angie 2014-03-30

    beautiful silent film starring the great charlie chaplin and jackie coogan- a must see for any film buff and a perfect example of why chaplin was and still... MORE>