In shades in the Sierra Nevada mountains during location filming of THE GOLD RUSH

Chaplin’s publicist Jim Tully recalled that “the terrible glare of the sun on snow nearly blinded us at times. It made our skin turn red and blister and caused our eyes to burn through the night.” (Pictorial Review, March 1927)

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