|"Scraps--A Thoroughbred Mongrel." His real name was Mut (or Mutt). The story goes|
that when Charlie left for a Liberty Bond tour shortly after filming was completed, Mut,
who had become very attached to him, died of "a broken heart."
He was buried on the studio grounds.
|This was the first of Charlie's film to feature his brother, Sydney,|
who had already made several successful films for Keystone including
the "Gussle" films and The Submarine Pirate.
|Syd's first wife, Minnie, (far left) appears in the dancehall scenes usually dancing with|
Albert Austin (with mustache) who is getting ready to cut in on Minnie
and her dance partner in this scene.
|The dance hall drummer (Chuck Reisner) thinks Charlie has a tail.|
This was Reisner's first film with Chaplin.
|"A new singer sings an old song"|
|...and makes everyone cry|
|including Henry Bergman, dressed as a woman, and Loyal Underwood.|
|Edna's singing inspires the bartender, played by Andy Anderson,|
to put back the money he stole from the cash register.
Anderson later became the skipper of Chaplin's yacht, Panacea.
| This was also the first film in which Granville Redmond appears.|
Redmond was a deaf painter who kept a studio on Chaplin's lot.
|Poor Mut was plied with alcohol for this scene.|