A dramatic comparison between the mating habits of animals and the way humans choose their own partners.
Caught in the Rain is a 1914 American comedy silent film starring Charlie Chaplin. This film was the first of many movies in which Chaplin both directed and played the lead.
A cave man (Charles Chaplin) woos the wife (Gene Marsh) of a tribe leader (Mack Swain).
Tillie Banks (Marie Dressler), a beautiful heiress, falls prey to a charming crook named Charlie (Charles Chaplin) who lures her to the city and then promptly swindles her. But when Charlie returns to apologize, asking for her hand in marriage, a surprised Tillie cautiously accepts his proposal. As wedding preparations begin, Tillie wonders about Charlie\'s intentions -- particularly after she receives news that her rich uncle Donald (Charles Bennett) has died mysteriously.