Los Angeles: United Artists, 1925. Vintage double weight reference photograph from the 1925 film, showing an out-of-costume Chaplin lining up a two camera shot while cinematographer Roland Thotheroh looks on.
The only photograph we have seen of Chaplin working behind the camera, here accompanied by the man who would shoot much of his work, including his greatest films --- "The Kid," "City Lights," "Modern Times," "The Great Dictator," and, of course, this one.
10 x 8 inches. About Near Fine, with minor creasing and wear to a couple of corners.