Charlie Chaplin’s Mutual Comedies | The Cure (1916) | Retrospective

An alcoholic checks into a health spa and his antics promptly throw the establishment into chaos.

The Cure is a 1917 short comedy film written and directed by Charlie Chaplin. The plot revolves around alcohol, being made just prior to prohibition but during a period where the politicians were debating the evils of alcohol.

Film: Charlie Chaplin’s Mutual Comedies | The Cure (1916)
Produced by: Henry P. Caulfield
Director: Charlie Chaplin, Edward Brewer (technical director)
Written by: Charles Chaplin (scenario); Vincent Bryan (scenario); Maverick Terrell (scenario)
Cast: Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell

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