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After "The Kid", "The Gold Rush" was Chaplin's first feature-length film and became his most successful to date and for him the most important artistically.
The Gold Rush (1925) with live orchestra
Misconception No. 1 Movies today are better than they used to be.
Mistake No. 2 You have seen the best films so far.
Misconception No. 3 Chaplin is all about cheap slapstick.
Misconception No. 4 The Gold Rush (1925) is just a movie that you will soon forget - like others.
This film is for eternity!
The Babylon presents you with live orchestra one of the best films in the history of world cinema!
Think of music and there is Bach.
Think of painting and there is Picasso.
Think cinema and there is Chaplin's The Gold Rush.
"This is the picture that I want to be remembered by." Charlie Chaplin
Charlie as a lone gold prospector hoping to strike it rich in Alaska. He gets caught in a snowstorm, finds shelter in a cabin he shares with two weird guys, satisfies his hunger in an unusual way and finally finds his fortune.
The Gold Rush USA, 1925
- R: Charles Chaplin
- with Charles Chaplin, Georgia Hale, Mack Swain, Tom Murray
- 72 min OV
Accompanied by the Babylon Orchestra Berlin conducted by Ben Palmer (one of the Europe's most prestigious film conductors)
Music by Charlie Chaplin
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Music for The Gold Rush Copyright © Roy Export Company Ltd. and Bourne Co.
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