and starring Charles Chaplin
Co-starring Tom Murray, Mack Swain, Edna Purviance,
Syd Chaplin, and Charles Reisner
Cinematography by Roland Totheroh
Art direction by Charles D. Hall
Costumes by Mother Vinot
The soundtrack which Chaplin, decades later, tacked on to many of his silent movies is usually unnecessary, and sometimes annoying, but for this one, it compliments the mood nicely and includes the brilliant song, "I'm Bound for Texas", which was written by Chaplin.
Cinematography by Boris Frantsisson
Starring Grigori Aleksandrov, Aleksandr Antonov,
Mikhail Gomorov, Ivan Pyryev, Maksim Shtraukh,
and Vera Yanukova
Allegedly, this is the movie-segment of Eisenstein's adaptation of Ostrovskiy's stage-play, Na vsyakogo mudretsa dovolno prostoty (which translates roughly as "The Wise Man"). The troupe of clowns is made up of Eisenstein's cast and was shot at the Proletkult Theatre in Moscow.
The title translates as "Glumova's Diary".