John Rand (1871-1940), who was a clown early in his career, is not as well known as Charlie Chaplin. But he was one of the great acrobatic slapstick comics of the silent era, and supported Chaplin in 20 films. The movie below is "The Pawnshop", in which Chaplin and Rand have a fantastic slapstick fight, that periodically subsides, only to reignite, throughout the movie. The thumbnail photo above is taken from a scene in which Rand fights Chaplin while constrained by a ladder.
Rand used the skills he had developed in the circus to good effect. This 1916 movie is worth watching for the great ensemble work between all members of the cast, but especially between Chaplin and Rand.