The dance hall scenes included as many as 100 extras,
including Mexicans and Indians hired for $7.50 a day. Tiny Sanford,
who played the bartender, received $20 a day, but the highest
paid "extra" was the dog on the other end of the rope
Chaplin ties to his waist while dancing with Georgia - the dog
got $35 a day. The old man who has a short dancing scene in the
dance hall is a 100-year old Civil War veteran named "Daddy"
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Shot #3 - Prod. Shot #4
Prod. Shot #5
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Shot #7 - Prod. Shot #8
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