Monday, March 4, 2019

The Adventurer (1917)_Short Film Review

 Sir Charles Chaplin in The Adventurer (1917)    The adventurer is an American short comedy and silent era film written and directed by Charles Chaplin in 1917. It is a silent era film but its music helps it to fill up the lack of its dialogue. The film is produced by John Jasper and its cinematographers are Roland Totheroh and George Zalibra. The film is edited by Sir Charles Chaplin himself. The main character of the film is also Charles Chaplin. Besides, the leading characters are Henry Bergman, Marta Golden, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell. The main theme of the film is; Charles Chaplin as a little tramp runs away from jail. The police are finding him beside the seashore. Charles Chaplin, at any cost, escapes him from the situation and hears a drowning woman’s crying in the water. At last he escapes Edna Purviance and the drowning woman Marta Golden and Eric Campbell with the help of associates.   Edna Purviance in The Adventurer (1917) Short Film    But Eric Campbell falls down again. Charles again tries to have lifted him but Eric Campbell does not give any chance to lift on from water. But Charles becomes astonished seeing himself on the hospital bed wearing his former jail dress. Eric cannot tolerate Charles and Edna’s closeness. He finds criminal Charles’s photo in newspaper and phones to the police. The police come but in the swank party, through his funny activities, he escapes himself from the police and runs away.  The film is in fully funny activities of Charles Chaplin. But his acting is natural and skilled. This is a silent film but the background music helps it to cover the lack of its dialogues and upcoming events. Cinematography and editing style are very normal.   Sir Charles Chaplin in The Adventurer (1917)
Sir Charles Chaplin in The Adventurer (1917)
The adventurer is an American short comedy and silent era film written and directed by Charles Chaplin in 1917. It is a silent era film but its music helps it to fill up the lack of its dialogue. The film is produced by John Jasper and its cinematographers are Roland Totheroh and George Zalibra. The film is edited by Sir Charles Chaplin himself. The main character of the film is also Charles Chaplin. Besides, the leading characters are Henry Bergman, Marta Golden, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell. The main theme of the film is; Charles Chaplin as a little tramp runs away from jail. The police are finding him beside the seashore. Charles Chaplin, at any cost, escapes him from the situation and hears a drowning woman’s crying in the water. At last he escapes Edna Purviance and the drowning woman Marta Golden and Eric Campbell with the help of associates.
 Sir Charles Chaplin in The Adventurer (1917)    The adventurer is an American short comedy and silent era film written and directed by Charles Chaplin in 1917. It is a silent era film but its music helps it to fill up the lack of its dialogue. The film is produced by John Jasper and its cinematographers are Roland Totheroh and George Zalibra. The film is edited by Sir Charles Chaplin himself. The main character of the film is also Charles Chaplin. Besides, the leading characters are Henry Bergman, Marta Golden, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell. The main theme of the film is; Charles Chaplin as a little tramp runs away from jail. The police are finding him beside the seashore. Charles Chaplin, at any cost, escapes him from the situation and hears a drowning woman’s crying in the water. At last he escapes Edna Purviance and the drowning woman Marta Golden and Eric Campbell with the help of associates.   Edna Purviance in The Adventurer (1917) Short Film    But Eric Campbell falls down again. Charles again tries to have lifted him but Eric Campbell does not give any chance to lift on from water. But Charles becomes astonished seeing himself on the hospital bed wearing his former jail dress. Eric cannot tolerate Charles and Edna’s closeness. He finds criminal Charles’s photo in newspaper and phones to the police. The police come but in the swank party, through his funny activities, he escapes himself from the police and runs away.  The film is in fully funny activities of Charles Chaplin. But his acting is natural and skilled. This is a silent film but the background music helps it to cover the lack of its dialogues and upcoming events. Cinematography and editing style are very normal.   Sir Charles Chaplin in The Adventurer (1917)
Edna Purviance in The Adventurer (1917) Short Film

 But Eric Campbell falls down again. Charles again tries to have lifted him but Eric Campbell does not give any chance to lift on from water. But Charles becomes astonished seeing himself on the hospital bed wearing his former jail dress. Eric cannot tolerate Charles and Edna’s closeness. He finds criminal Charles’s photo in newspaper and phones to the police. The police come but in the swank party, through his funny activities, he escapes himself from the police and runs away.
The film is in fully funny activities of Charles Chaplin. But his acting is natural and skilled. This is a silent film but the background music helps it to cover the lack of its dialogues and upcoming events. Cinematography and editing style are very normal.
 Sir Charles Chaplin in The Adventurer (1917)    The adventurer is an American short comedy and silent era film written and directed by Charles Chaplin in 1917. It is a silent era film but its music helps it to fill up the lack of its dialogue. The film is produced by John Jasper and its cinematographers are Roland Totheroh and George Zalibra. The film is edited by Sir Charles Chaplin himself. The main character of the film is also Charles Chaplin. Besides, the leading characters are Henry Bergman, Marta Golden, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell. The main theme of the film is; Charles Chaplin as a little tramp runs away from jail. The police are finding him beside the seashore. Charles Chaplin, at any cost, escapes him from the situation and hears a drowning woman’s crying in the water. At last he escapes Edna Purviance and the drowning woman Marta Golden and Eric Campbell with the help of associates.   Edna Purviance in The Adventurer (1917) Short Film    But Eric Campbell falls down again. Charles again tries to have lifted him but Eric Campbell does not give any chance to lift on from water. But Charles becomes astonished seeing himself on the hospital bed wearing his former jail dress. Eric cannot tolerate Charles and Edna’s closeness. He finds criminal Charles’s photo in newspaper and phones to the police. The police come but in the swank party, through his funny activities, he escapes himself from the police and runs away.  The film is in fully funny activities of Charles Chaplin. But his acting is natural and skilled. This is a silent film but the background music helps it to cover the lack of its dialogues and upcoming events. Cinematography and editing style are very normal.   Sir Charles Chaplin in The Adventurer (1917)
Sir Charles Chaplin in The Adventurer (1917)




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