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 1992 Chaplin (book My Autobiography)

 1952 Limelight (original story) / (screenplay by)

 1936 Modern Times (written by - as Charlie Chaplin)

 1928 The Circus (written by - as Charlie Chaplin)

 1922/I Pay Day (Short) (as Charlie Chaplin)

 1921 The Idle Class (Short) (written by - as Charlie Chaplin)

 1921 The Kid (written by - as Charlie Chaplin)

 1919 Sunnyside (Short) (written by - as Charlie Chaplin)

 1918 Triple Trouble (Short) (screenplay - uncredited) / (story - uncredited)

 1917 The Cure (Short) (uncredited) / (screenplay - uncredited) / (story - uncredited)

 1917 Easy Street (Short) (uncredited) / (screenplay - uncredited) / (story - uncredited)

 1916 The Rink (Short) (writer - uncredited)

 1916 One A.M. (Short) (written by)

 1915 The Bank (Short) (uncredited)

 1915 A Woman (Short) (uncredited)

 1915 Work (Short) (uncredited)

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Personal Details

Other Works:

(Early 1970s) Not long before his own death in 1977, he wrote a screenplay entitled The Freak which he hoped would be made into a film for/by his youngest daughter, Victoria, who was best known for her appearance in Chaplins A Countess from Hong Kong (1967), which starred Marlon Brando, Sophia Loren, and his second son ... See more »

Publicity Listings:

19 Biographical Movies | 68 Print Biographies | 22 Portrayals | 158 Articles | 4 Pictorials | 16 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »

Alternate Names:

Ch.Chaplin | Charlie Chaplin | Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin | Sir Charles Chaplin | Chaplin | Charlie | Charlot


Hannah Chaplin | Charles Chaplin, Sr.


Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

[on his screen character, The Little Tramp] A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure. See more »


He and Buster Keaton had an interesting relationship. Long considered rivals but always having avoided commenting about each other in the press, Chaplin hired Keaton for a part in Limelight (1952). Keaton, who was flat broke at the time, went into a career decline after having been signed by MGM in 1928, as the studio would not let him improvise in any of his films nor allow him any writing or ... See more »


Despite film portrayals of him having brown eyes, Charlie actually had striking blue eyes See more »

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