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The Bank
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directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Jess Robbins, 1886-1973, Essanay Film Manufacturing Company; performed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 and Edna Purviance, 1895-1958 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 26 mins,
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A loose remake of “The New Janitor,” this one finds Charlie Chaplin working as a janitor at a bank and vying for the affections a secretary played by Edna Purviance.
directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Jess Robbins, 1886-1973, Essanay Film Manufacturing Company; performed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 and Edna Purviance, 1895-1958 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 2015), 26 mins,
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The Circus
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directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; performed by Al Ernest Garcia, 1887-1938, Merna Kennedy, 1908-1944 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1928), 1 hour 12 mins
When we first meet Chaplin’s Tramp in this comic gem, he’s in typical straits: broke, hungry, destined to fall in love and just as sure to lose the girl. Mistaken for a pickpocket and pursued by a peace officer into a circus tent, the Tramp becomes a star when delighted patrons think his escape from John Law i...
directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; performed by Al Ernest Garcia, 1887-1938, Merna Kennedy, 1908-1944 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1928), 1 hour 12 mins
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City Lights
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directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977, Charles Chaplin Productions; performed by Virginia Cherrill, 1908-1996, Florence Lee, fl. 1911, Harry Myers, 1882-1938, Al Ernest Garcia, 1887-1938, Hank Mann, 1887-1971 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1931), 1 hour 27 mins
epCity Lights, the most cherished film by Charlie Chaplin, is also his ultimate Little Tramp chronicle. The writer-director-star achieved new levels of grace, in both physical comedy and dramatic poignancy, with this silent tale of a lovable vagrant falling for a young blind woman who sells flowers on the street (...
directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977, Charles Chaplin Productions; performed by Virginia Cherrill, 1908-1996, Florence Lee, fl. 1911, Harry Myers, 1882-1938, Al Ernest Garcia, 1887-1938, Hank Mann, 1887-1971 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1931), 1 hour 27 mins
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Cruel, Cruel Love
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directed by George Nichols, 1864-1927; produced by Mack Sennett, 1880-1960; performed by Minta Durfee, 1889-1975, Edgar Kennedy, 1890-1948 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1914), 9 mins
This comedy was directed by George Nichols during the period that Charlie Chaplin worked at Mack Sennett’s Keystone Studios. It stars Chaplin, Edgar Kennedy, and Minta Durfee in a story about a gentleman whose romantic relationship is threatened by a misunderstanding about a maid.
directed by George Nichols, 1864-1927; produced by Mack Sennett, 1880-1960; performed by Minta Durfee, 1889-1975, Edgar Kennedy, 1890-1948 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1914), 9 mins
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The Fatal Mallet
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directed by Mack Sennett, 1880-1960; produced by Mack Sennett, 1880-1960; performed by Mack Sennett, 1880-1960, Mabel Normand, 1892-1930 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1914), 14 mins
This comedy, written and directed by Mack Sennett, stars Charlie Chaplin during the period he worked at Sennett's Keystone Studios. Chaplin, Mabel Normand, and Sennett appear in story in which Chaplin (as the Little Tramp), Sennett, and another suitor compete for Normand’s affections during a visit to a farm.
directed by Mack Sennett, 1880-1960; produced by Mack Sennett, 1880-1960; performed by Mack Sennett, 1880-1960, Mabel Normand, 1892-1930 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1914), 14 mins
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The Fireman
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directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 and Henry P. Caulfield, 1880-, Lone Star Film Corporation; performed by Eric Campbell, 1880-1917, Edna Purviance, 1895-1958 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1916), 26 mins
Charlie Chaplin is the driver of the pumper wagon and gets involved in an arson plot with his girl's father. When the lady gets trapped in the fire, he rushes to the scene and makes a heroic rescue minus most of the engine.
directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 and Henry P. Caulfield, 1880-, Lone Star Film Corporation; performed by Eric Campbell, 1880-1917, Edna Purviance, 1895-1958 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1916), 26 mins
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The Floorwalker
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directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 and Henry P. Caulfield, 1880-, Lone Star Film Corporation; performed by Eric Campbell, 1880-1917, Edna Purviance, 1895-1958 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1916), 29 mins
This film features Charlie Chaplin as a floorwalker in a department store where an embezzlement scheme is taking place.
directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 and Henry P. Caulfield, 1880-, Lone Star Film Corporation; performed by Eric Campbell, 1880-1917, Edna Purviance, 1895-1958 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1916), 29 mins
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The Gold Rush (1925)
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directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977, Charles Chaplin Productions; performed by Georgia Hale, 1905-1985, Tom Murray, 1874-1975, Mack Swain, 1876-1935 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1925), 1 hour 29 mins
Charlie Chaplin’s comedic masterwork—which charts a prospector’s search for fortune in the Klondike and his discovery of romance (with the beautiful Georgia Hale)—forever cemented the iconic status of Chaplin and his Little Tramp character. Shot partly on location in the Sierra Nevadas and featuring such t...
directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977, Charles Chaplin Productions; performed by Georgia Hale, 1905-1985, Tom Murray, 1874-1975, Mack Swain, 1876-1935 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1925), 1 hour 29 mins
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His Trysting Places
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directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Mack Sennett, 1880-1960; performed by Phyllis Allen, 1861-1938, Mack Swain, 1876-1935, Mabel Normand, 1892-1930 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1914), 21 mins
This comedy, written and directed by Charlie Chaplin during the period he worked at Mack Sennett’s Keystone Studios, stars Mabel Normand, Mack Swain, Phyllis Allen, and Chaplin. Chaplin (as the Little Tramp) meets a friend in a restaurant after they were both running errands, and they accidentally leave with the...
directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Mack Sennett, 1880-1960; performed by Phyllis Allen, 1861-1938, Mack Swain, 1876-1935, Mabel Normand, 1892-1930 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (Los Angeles, CA: Flicker Alley, 1914), 21 mins
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The Idle Class
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directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977, Charles Chaplin Productions; performed by Edna Purviance, 1895-1958 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1921), 33 mins
Called "Vanity Fair" while still in production, The Idle Class features Chaplin in dual roles as the familiar Tramp character and as a heavy-drinking wealthy man whose wife is feeling badly neglected. The Tramp and the Wife arrive in Miami on the same train (she in a coach, he under it). Upset that her husband h...
directed by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977; produced by Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977, Charles Chaplin Productions; performed by Edna Purviance, 1895-1958 and Charlie Chaplin, 1889-1977 (New York, NY: Janus Films, 1921), 33 mins
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