The Idle Class

The Idle Class was released by First National on September 25, 1921.  In the Mutual style, this film is loaded with hilarious moments. Most prominent are the golf course scenes. Although not hilarious, one of my favorite scenes is when Edna steps off the train when arriving in town. Her natural beauty lights up the entire screen and those socks!

For your further enjoyment, here's a big picture of the now scene. One final note; this park was in the news a few years back. Seems George (No, not that George) was caught putting on a show there.


 
Charlie in the park
Photos contributed by Mark
1921 1997

 
Sunset Blvd. & N. Crescent Drive
Beverly Hills, Ca.


 
Chaplin Film Locations THEN & NOW
© 1998 JerRe