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A Dog's Life (1918)



(1918)

Comedy / Silent 

35 minutes

Directed by Charlie Chaplin

Cast:

Charles Chaplin as Tramp
Edna Purviance as Bar singer
Mut as Scraps, a thoroughbred mongrel
Syd Chaplin as Lunchwagon owner
Henry Bergman as Fat unemployed man/Dance-hall lady
Charles Reisner as Employment agency clerk
Albert Austin as Employment agency clerk
Tom Wilson as Policeman
M. J. McCarthy as Unemployed man
Mel Brown as Unemployed man
Charles Force as Unemployed man
Bert Appling as Unemployed man
Thomas Riley as Unemployed man
Slim Cole as Unemployed man
Ted Edwards as Unemployed man
Louis Fitzroy as Unemployed man
Zouzou man as Super man

A Dog’s Life is a silent comedy released by First National Pictures, Inc. in 1918.  The movie was written, produced and directed by Charlie Chaplin.

The Tramp , who lives in a vacant lot and can’t find work at the unemployment office, rescues a dog being attacked by other dogs.   The Tramp and Scraps, the dog, steal sausages from a lunch wagon and then go to visit a dance hall where they meet a lovely singer.  Since the Tramp can’t pay for a dance he is thrown out and returns to his vacant lot where Scraps finds a wallet buried by some crooks.  The wallet is juggled back and forth between the Tramp and the crooks, but finally ends  up in the right hands,



Directors: Charlie Chaplin
Actors: Charlie Chaplin
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