Release Date: 7 Mar 1931
Duration (in mins): 87
Charlie Chaplin (A tramp)
Virginia Cherrill (A blind girl)
Florence Lee (Her grandmother)
Harry Myers (An eccentric millionaire)
Allan Garcia (His butler [James])
Charles Chaplin (Dir)
Harry Crocker (Asst dir)
Charles Chaplin (Scr)
Distribution United Artists Corp.
Production Charles Chaplin Productions
At an outdoor dedication ceremony, a tramp is discovered sleeping in the arms of a statue as it is being unveiled before a crowd. He is chased into the city, where he meets a beautiful, blind flower girl, and buys a flower with his last coin. That night, he stops a drunken man from drowning himself. Gratefully, the man invites him to his mansion, which is presided over by a snobby butler named James and they begin to drink. The millionaire and the tramp continue their revels at a nightclub.