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The Cure (1917) was a Short Films Film directed by Charlie Chaplin and produced by Charlie Chaplin and Henry P. Caulfield.

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The Inebriate: [closing title card] Forgive me! That well was full of liquor! Please don't.

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Outtakes show that the original premise was to have Charles Chaplin play one of the employees at the clinic, but switched the roles with John Rand (who was to play the inebriate) after an uninspired performance. Chaplin himself specialized in drunken characters in the English music hall where he grew up.
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