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    The Gold Rush (United Artists, 1925). Lobby Card (11" X 14"). Charlie Chaplin took fourteen months to complete this movie, which would be his most elaborately produced silent comedy. The film also turned out to be his longest, running nine reels, cut down from its ten-reel preview length. Considered by many to be Chaplin's greatest masterpiece, "The Gold Rush" continues to entertain audiences today with the comic timing and genius of the "Little Tramp." This lobby card has creases on the upper and lower edges, a corner bend on the lower left, a small tear on the bottom edge, and a couple of light scuffs in the image. The upper right corner has been replaced, and a small bit of touch up has been done to Chaplin's forehead. Chaplin and Mack Swain are pictured in one of the most memorable scenes from the film. Very Fine.

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