Chaplin And His Impersonators
First, in "The Count" (1916), Charlie Chaplin stars as an inept apprentice tailor who joins his boss in gatecrashing a party where both men attempt to win the heart of a beautiful stranger. With Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell. Next, in "Don't Be Foolish" (1922), Billy West delivers an unforgettable performance as a litterbug who encounters some angry cops and an angry spinster. Frank Hayes, Tom Murray star. Lastly, in "Heaven Will Protect A Working Girl" (1916), a country girl goes into the big city with hopes of finding her drunkard father--resulting in plenty of laughs and thrills. Paddy McGuire, Priscilla Dean, Russ Powell star. 55 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: music score. Silent with music score.