Bhakta Vidur is a 1921 silent Indian film directed by Kanjibhai Rathod.
This classic is not to be missed. Charlie Chaplin's little tramp finds an abandoned baby and decides to take him home. When he first brings the child to his tenement house, neighbors ask what the baby's name is, so the tramp ducks inside briefly to check the gender, and returns and responds: 'John'. Chaplin's portrayal is especially poignant because he had lost his own infant son shortly before starting work on this film. Chaplin's son had multiple congenital anomalies that were fatal at the time. Chaplin was so despondent over the child's death that he put 'The Little Mouse' on the child's grave marker, rather than his name. You see what paternal grief looks like when you view the scene in which child protective services take the child away. The film does have a happy ending, though.
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