Recreation is an American movie that was released in the year 1914. The movie was directed by Charles Chaplin and starred Charles Chaplin
Seated in a park, Charlie gives his expert attention to the picture of a pretty girl on the cover of the Police Gazette. Since he doesn’t have a girl of his own, Charlie becomes despondent and prepares to drown himself in the park’s lake. He quickly changes his mind when an attractive girl approaches. However, she has a sailor boyfriend. Charlie and the sailor begin to fight. Shortly thereafter two policemen become involved in what has become a terrific brick fight between Charlie and the sailor. The brick war features strategic retreats and clever diversionary movements. Eventually Charlie settles matters by pushing the sailor and the policemen into the lake.
Chaplin was the only player in Recreation to receive a screen credit.
The film was only half a reel in length. A travel short, The Yosemite, made up the other half of the reel.