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Episode Released: Feb 1, 2014 • Roger Ebert's Review: 
Show Hosts: Lindsay Shank & Jeff Bell
Episode Synopsis

We review film #58: “The Gold Rush”…the 1925 Charlie Chaplin film that teaches you, when all else fails boiling your shoes and eating them are a viable alternative to food.

Lindsay’s Thoughts

That's a real bear!

Our Opinions

Lindsay says "I Liked it."
Jeff says "I Loved It!"

Show Notes

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Stuff & Things from Jeff
  1. Shoes are okay to eat.
  2. Sand could be used to fool 1920s audiences into thinking it was snow.
  3. To afford a New Years dinner for 5 people, you only had to shovel the snow in front of 2 stores.
  4. I have never stood in a giant circle, held hands, and sang "Auld Lang Syne" at midnight, like I was in "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" special.

Related Media

“THE GOLD RUSH” – Public Domain Version

“Dancing Rolls” Scene

Lindsay’s Hand Pose Mentioned In the Episode


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