|Pensacola Journal, 06-February-1922|
CHARLIE CHAPLIN IS SEEN IN
MANY GUISES IN "IDLE CLASS"
Get ready for a good laugh.
For today we're going to show you a brand new Charles Chaplin comedy and you don't want to miss it. We know that all the patrons of the Isis theatre make a special point to see all the Chaplin, comedies, but we are issuing this warning to make sure. "The Idle Class" is a "knockout," and it will make you laugh until the tears come.
One novel feature of the comedy is the fact that for the first time the comedian portrays a dual role that of a tramp and of a gentleman. And he can be just as funny in a dress suit as he is in his tramp attire. His experiences on the golf links and as the absent-minded husband of the beautiful Edna Purviance are side-splitting.
Take our advice and don't miss "The Idle Class."
|Motion Picture Magazine, February, 1922|
|Los Angeles Times, 01-February-1922|