Tillie's Punctured Romance

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Released 1914

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Director:
Mack Sennett
Released:
1914
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Tillie's Punctured Romance is a silent film from 1914 directed by Mack Sennett and produced by Keystone Studios. It is one of Charlie Chaplin's most popular films remaining today. In the film, The City Guy (Charlie Chaplin) convinces Tillie (Marie Dressler) to take her father's fortune and elope with him. When they get to the city, things quickly start to go bad. Tillie, who has lived a sheltered life on the farm, gets drunk in public and thrown in jail. The City Guy, finding himself free of his wife and in possession of a large fortune, runs off with The City Girl (Mabel Normand), his old girlfriend. Some time later, when Charlie reads in the paper that Tillie has inherited her rich uncle's (Charles Bennett) estate, he returns to Tillie and woes her back into his arms. He convinces Tillie to move into her Uncle's house and hire The City Girl as a maid. The uncle, who only pretended to be dead, returns to defend Tillie's honor and give The City Guy his due.moreless
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    Slapstick, Classics, Romantic Comedy