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Gold Rush by Charlie Chaplin The movie starts off in Alaska with a shot of a trail expanding beyond a vast amount of snow This shows the ruffness of these adventurers Then it cuts to show the Little FellowCharlie Chaplin walking casually along and being followed by a bear Big Jim is then shown to set his setting He just found some gold Both come together in the shack of Black Larsen They spend a couple of nights in the shack through a horrible storm Later Big Jim loses his memory thanks to a blow from Black Larsen Big Jim finds the little fellow to lead him back to the cabin to find his mountain of gold After a humorous scene in the cabin on the ledge they find the gold and become multi-millionaires The go on a cruise and he finds Gorgia There they fall in love The Characters in the movie the Gold Rush were very well casted The trampCharlie Chaplin is a clever fellow that is head over heels for Gorgia Then is broken hearted when she does not show up for the New Years eve dinner Big Jim lives for adventure excitement gold pain suffering and looks forward to the life of luxury Gorgia is very shallow and is just having a bit of fun with the little fellow The technical portion of the movie was also interesting This movie used what is known as mat very cleverly done the tipping cabin especially Sound played an important part in this film every character had their own theme every place Charlie Chaplin used sound to dramatize the audience to pity the tramp from the cabin to the party The cabin was very dreary the party was very joyful Lighting helped also to set the mood to a dark and damp cabin and a bright Saloon The cold winter storm was lighted to show the
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