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Charlie Chaplin ~ Shoulder Arms, 1918

Charlie Chaplin in Shoulder Arms, an early silent film. Chaplin was one of the first movie stars ever, and celebrities like Chaplin were the first purveyors of celebrity culture.

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Autochrome portrait of Charlie Chaplin, Hollywood, Calif., circa 1917 - 1918 © George Eastman House/Charles Zoller/The Image Works

Charlie Chaplin plays a factory worker.  His job is to mindlessly tighten bolts on a conveyor belt assembly line.  The work is fast paced and makes for some great gags, some of the most memorable scenes in the film.

An extreme supercut of cinema history. 120 Years of Movies Crammed Into 7 Minutes

« Le jour où je me suis aimé pour de vrai… » de Charlie Chaplin:

« Le jour où je me suis aimé pour de vrai… » de Charlie Chaplin:

Charlie Chaplin - "Modern Times" (1936)

Charles Spencer Chaplin was born in London, England, on April Charlie was thrown on his own resources before he reached the age of ten.

Les Temps Moderne - Charlie Chaplin

New ‘gig’ economy spells end to lifetime careers ca. 1936 --- Silent film comedian Charlie Chaplin exagerates movements and actions sitting on gears in the motion picture Modern Times in --- Image by © Corbis

“Charlie Chaplin and Paulette Goddard in Modern Times (1936) ” Charlie casts a disapproving eye, though he himself was stealing food not that long before.

gentlemanpoetdreamer: “Charlie Chaplin and Paulette Goddard in Modern Times ” Charlie casts a disapproving eye, though he himself was stealing food not that long before.

One AM, Charlie Chaplin

One A. was a unique Charlie Chaplin silent film created for Mutual Film in It was the first film he starred in alone, except for a brief scene

Theatrical poster for the 1915 silent film Burlesque on Carmen starring Charlie Chaplin.

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