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Charlie Chaplin – Complete Filmography (87 movies) | 13 DVD | 50GB
640×480 | 1562 kb/s | MP3-192kb | Full 87 Movies
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Charles Spencer Chaplin
Date of Birth
16 April 1889, Walworth, London, England, UK
Date of Death
25 December 1977, Vevey, Switzerland (natural causes)
Nickname :
Charlie
Charlot
The Little Tramp

Height
5′ 5″ (1.65 m)

Mini Biography

Charles Chaplin’s parents, Charles and Hannah Chaplin, were music hall entertainers. His first stage appearance, at age five, was singing a song in place of his mother who had become ill. At eight he toured in a musical, „The Eight Lancaster Lads”. Nearly 11, he appeared in „Giddy Ostende” at London’s Hippodrome.

From age 17 to 24 he was with Fred Karno’s English vaudeville troupe, which brought him to New York in 1910, aged 21. In November of 1913 he signed a
contract with Mack Sennett at Keystone and left for Hollywood the next month. His first movie, Making a Living (1914), premiered in February of 1914. He made 35 films that year, moved to Essanay in 1915 and did 14 more, then jumped over to Mutual for 12 two-reelers in 1916 and 1917.

In 1918 he joined First National (later absorbed by Warner Bros.) and in 1919 formed United Artists along with Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and D.W. Griffith. His first full-length film was The Kid (1921); his first for UA, which he produced and directed himself, was A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate (1923).

In 1929, at the first Oscar awards, he won a special award „for versatility and genius in writing, acting, directing and producing” The Circus (1928). In 1943 he was accused of fathering a child; the papers made much of the scandal, but it was proved in a court trial that he was not the father.

The same year he entered his fourth marriage, to Oona Chaplin, daughter of playwright Eugene O’Neill. They had eight children. Tired of political and moralistic controversies and plagued with tax problems, he left the United States for Switzerland in 1952. He published his memoirs in 1964.

In 1972 he returned to Hollywood to claim a special Oscar honoring his lifetime contributions to movies. He was named Knight Commander of the British Empire in 1975. He died in his sleep from old age.

List :
Disc 1 – 4.35GB
– Charlot A Hotel ( Berlin ) , 1914
– Charlies Recreation, 1914
– Charlotte Est Trop Galant, 1914
– Making A Living, 1914
– A Film Johnie, 1914
– Between Showers, 1914
– Cruel, Cruel Love, 1914
– Twenty Minutes of Love, 1914
– A Busy Day, 1914
– The Fatal Mallet, 1914
– A Day’s Pleasure, 1919
– Sunnyside, 1919

Disc 2 – 4.36GB
– The Good For Nothing, 1914
– The Knockout, 1914
– Mabel’s Married Life, 1914
– Laffing Gas-Laughning Gas, 1914
– Recreation, 1914
– The Face on the Ballroom Floor, 1914
– The Masquerader, 1914
– The Rounders, 1914
– The Kid, 1921
– Caught in a Cabaret, 1914

Disc 3 – 4.35GB
– The Rival Masher, 1914
– Musical Tramp, 1914
– A Fair Exchange, 1914
– The New Janitor, 1914
– His New Job, 1915
– A Night Out, 1915
– The Champion, 1915
– Dough and Dynamite, 1914
– The Tramp, 1915
– In The Park, 1915
– The Adventurer, 1917

Disc 4 – 4.36GB
– By the Sea, 1915
– Work, 1915
– A Woman, 1915
– The Bank, 1915
– Shangaied, 1915
– The Police, 1916
– A Night In The Show, 1915
– The Floorwalker, 1916

Disc 5 – 4.35GB
– A Burlesque On Carmen, 1915
– Behind the Screen, 1916
– The Fireman, 1916
– The Vagabond, 1916
– One A.M., 1916
– The Count, 1916
– The Pawnshop, 1916

Disc 6 – 4.35GB
– The Rink, 1916
– Easy Street, 1917
– The Cure, 1917
– The Immigrant, 1917
– Triple Trouble, 1918
– Shoulder Arms, 1918
– The Bond, 1918

Disc 7 + 8 + 9
– Countess from Hong Kong, 1967
– A King in New York, 1957
– Limelight, 1952
– Monsuier Verdoux, 1947.
– The Great Dictator, 1940
– Modern Times, 1936
– City Lights, 1936
– The Circus, 1928
– Camille, 1926
– The Gold Rush, 1925./1942
– Woman of Paris, 1923
– The Pilgrim, 1923
– Pay Day, 1922
– Nice and Friendly, 1922
– The Iddle Class, 1921
– The Professor, 1919
– A Dog’s Life, 1918
– His Regeneration, 1915
– A Jitney Elopenment, 1915
– His Prethistorical Past, 1914
– Getting Aquainted, 1914
– Tillie’s Punctured Romance, 1914
– His Trysting Place, 1914
– His Musical Career, 1914
– Gentlemen of Nerve, 1914
– Those Love Pangs, 1914
– His New Profession, 1914
– The Property Man, 1914
– Mabel’s Busy Day, 1914
– Caught in a Rain, 1914
– Mabel at the Wheel, 1914
– The Star Boarder, 1914
– His Favorite Pastime, 1914
– Tango Tangles, 1914
– Mabel’s Strange Predicament, 1914
– Kid Auto Races At Venice, 1914
– Chaplin (1992.)

Disc 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 :
– Documentary – How to make Movies, 1918.
– Documentary – Chaplin and Keaton, Hollywood Rivals
– Documentary – Chaplin and Hitler
– Documentary – Chaplin’s Goliath – Eric Campbell
– Documentary – Gentlemen Tramp (1974.)
– Documentary – Chaplin’s Life and Work
– Documentary – Chaplin’s Life and Art (2003)
– Documentary – Chaplin – The Forgotten Years
– Documentary – Unknown Chaplin BBC series 9 [ 3 Episodes ] :
+ Episode 1: My Happiest Years
+ Episode 2: The Great Director
+ Episode 3: Hidden Treasures
– Supplement – About the series Unknown Chaplin
– Cartoon about Chaplin
– Home Movies – Chaplin at ocean
– Home Movies – lord Mountbatten 1of3
– Home Movies – lord Mountbatten 2of3
– Home Movies – lord Mountbatten 3of3
– Home movies – Jackie COogan dances at Chaplin studio
– Home Movies – a visit from Churchill
– Home Movies – a visit from famous Boxers
– Home Movies – a visit from Harry Lauder
– Home Movies – a visit from various people
– Home Movies – a visit to Wien
– Home Movies – Chaplin at trip to Bali
– Home Movies – with Oona and kids in 1950.
– Home Movies – visit to London in 1959.
– Home movies – Chaplin family interview
– Chaplin signs the United Artists contract
– The Count – deleted footage
– Shoulder Arms – deleted footage
– Sunnyside – barber test footage
– The Circus – deleted footage
– The Circus – World Premiere
– City Lights – deleted footage
– City Lights – Gerorgia Hale screen test
– City Lights – on the set
– City Lights – as a Prince
– City Lights – thinking about a scenario
– The Great Dictator – color sequences
– Seeing Stars
– Nonsense song from Modern Times – with all the lyrics

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