The Tramp is Charlie Chaplin’s sixth film for Essanay Studios and was released in 1915. Directed by Chaplin, it was the fifth and last film made at Essanay’s Niles, California studio. The Tramp marked the beginning of The Tramp character most known today, even though Chaplin played the character in earlier films. This film marked the first departure from his more slapstick character in the earlier films, with a sad ending and showing he cared for others, rather than just himself. The film co-stars Edna Purviance as the farmer’s daughter and Ernest Van Pelt as Edna’s father. The outdoor scenes were filmed on location near Niles.
Alternative titles: Charlie the Hobo, O Vagabundo, Скитникът, Charlot vagabond, Chaplin tulákem, Chaplins Oplevelser paa Landet, Kulkuri, Le vagabond, Der Tramp, Ο αλήτης, A csavargó, Charlot ortolano, Charlot vagabondo, チャップリンの失恋, Włóczęga, Vagabondul, Бродяга, Potepuh, Charlot, vagabundo, Charlie som landstrykare, Şarlo Serseri, Волоцюга, Charlie on the Farm, Charlie the Tramp
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