Long Lost Charlie Chaplin Film Found At Antiques Fair
The 10-minute movie was discovered by the American cinema historian, Paul Gierucki, who bought a can of old film marked "Keystone" at an antiques sale in Michigan.
He assumed it was just another Keystone Cops movie and didn't watch the 16mm reel for months.
When he finally looked at the film, which is in good condition, he was amazed to see what looked like Chaplin emerging from the bushes in a police uniform, several sizes too big, armed with a nightstick.
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