Charlie Chaplin goes north and falls in love in The Gold Rush, which premiered at the Egyptian Theatre 90 years ago and screens there today at 3:30 p.m. One of the writer-director-producer-star’s most fully realized works, it finds the Little Tramp braving the elements of Alaska in order to strike it rich. Suffice to say that hijinks naturally ensue and not everything goes as planned. Chaplin’s signature mix of slapstick and bittersweet romance carries the movie, which received a sound rerelease in 1942.

Sat., Jan. 31, 3:30-4:45 p.m., 2015
(Expired: 01/31/15)

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