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Edna Purviance and Charlie Chaplin
Directed by Charlie Chaplin
Produced by Lone Star Corporation
Scenario by Charlie Chaplin
Starring Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Henry Bergman, John Rand, Eric Campbell
Cinematography Roland H. Totheroh and W.C. Foster
Distributed by Mutual Film Corporation
Release date October 2, 1916
Running time 25 min.
Country United States
Language Silent film, English intertitles
"The Pawnshop" is one of Charlie Chaplin's Mutual short comedies, featuring Edna Purviance, a star of Silent Hall of Fame.
The film enjoys a nice rating in IMDB.
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Edna Purviance prepares a cake in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Edna Purviance saves the cake from a hungry kitten in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Charlie Chaplin is winning the boxing match in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Edna Purviance looks worried as a fight breaks out in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Edna Purviance watches as Charlie Chaplin is about to break a dish with a tough cookie in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Edna Purviance welcomes Charlie Chaplin's help in the kitchen in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Charlie Chaplin is swindled by a con man in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Edna Purviance gets a virtual kiss from Charlie Chaplin in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Edna Purviance impresses Eric Campbell in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Eric Campbell is about to be neutralized by Charlie Chaplin in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Charlie Chaplin checks Albert Austin's clock in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
Charlie Chaplin is the hero and wins Edna Purviance in "The Pawnshop" (1916).
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