In the Spring of 1918 Chaplin spent one month touring the southern U.S. selling Liberty Bonds. This series provides an in-depth look at several of the tour stops, providing a play by play of events, as well as uncovering the physical and mental toll the tour had on Chaplin. The series also gives us a peak into Charlie Chaplin-mania, which was at its height in 1918. He was hunted, swarmed, and mobbed everywhere he went.
Wall Street, April 8th, 1918
Philadelphia, April 9th, 1918
Charlotte & Camp Greene, April 14th, 1918
South Carolina, Georgia & Tennessee, April 15-18, 1918
New Orleans, April 23rd, 1918
Final Speeches in NY & then return to California