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Charlie Chaplin, escaped convict in disguise, tries to select a destination (The Pilgrim)

• Subscribe to our channel: • Facebook: • Twitter: • Official website: Made in 1922, The Pilgrim is a gentle satire on small-town life and religion, with Chaplin as an escaped convict mistaken for the new pastor of a rural community. When the film first came out it suffered a good deal from censorship in some more puritanical states and cities of the United States. Today we have no such problems with this charming comedy and its sharp but good-hearted fun at the expense of the small hypocrisies of life. The Tramp has escaped from prison. He disguises to escape police and is mistakenly welcomed as a pastor in a small town church. The Pilgrim © Roy Export SAS