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The Pilgrim (1923) was a Silent Films - Comedy Film directed by Charlie Chaplin and produced by Charlie Chaplin.

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This was the last film in which Charles Chaplin co-starred withEdna Purviance. Chaplin would direct and have a cameo in her next film, A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate and produce her lost film,A Woman of the Sea, and she would have cameos in a couple of his later films, but this was their last major acting work together.
The bratty boy was played by Dean Riesner, associate director Charles Reisner's son. In later years, Dean recounted how he did not want to slap Charles Chaplin's face, even though the story called for him to do so. So Chaplin and his brother/co-star Sydney Chaplin continually slapped each other's faces to convince Riesner what fun it was.
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