Between Showers

Between Showers (1914)
15 min|Comedy| 28 February 1914
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Charlie and another man contend in attempting to assist a miss cross a muddy street. The rival finds a wood plank that Charlie takes from him. They fight over AN umbrella happiness to the rival. A police officer settles the dispute, ultimately impressive the rival. AN innocent tramp is pushed into the lake.
Between Showers was impressed by a series of torrential rainstorms that soaked la. (The giant margin puddle utilized in the comedy suggests the severity of those rains). the maximum amount a Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin comedy as a vehicle for Ford Sterling, the comic scenario for this violent, makeshift film involves a show of gallantry toward a miss (Emma Clifton) and therefore the possession of AN umbrella. The law officer (Chester Conklin), from whom the umbrella was originally taken, reclaims his prized item at the film’s conclusion. This was the last Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin film directed by Henry Lehrman, with whom Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin had a contentious relationship. Already conspicuous ar many of the Tramp’s distinctive characteristics: the means he rounds a corner (making a pointy flip and skidding, holding one foot out and equalisation on the opposite foot), his unorthodox nose-thumbing, the shrug of the shoulders, and covering his mouth along with his hand once he laughs.

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