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[1889-1977]

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NEWS: Sometime late in 2009, The Criterion Collection negotiated with the Chaplin Estate for the DVD rights to their negatives and-or prints of the Chaplin films. Much speculation ensued, but the first release is to be "Modern Times" [1936] in November 2010 - on both DVD and Blu-ray.

Charlie Chaplin official website
Charlie Chaplin Museum [opens April 2016] in Corsier-sur-Vevey, Switzerland
Charles Chaplin entry at Wikipedia

Charlie Chaplin's credits {88 films, 1914-1969} at Internet Movie Database


star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame  Oscar statuette is a trademark of A.M.P.A.S.   Oscar statuette is a trademark of A.M.P.A.S.   Oscar statuette is a trademark of A.M.P.A.S.      Charlie Chaplin won three Academy Awards
an Honorary Oscar® for "The Circus" [1928], an Honorary Oscar® in 1972, and
a Best Original Score Oscar® in 1973 for the re-release of "Limelight" [1952]
plus 3 Oscar® nominations (1941 & 1948)

Charlie Chaplin also won
four Kinema Junpo Awards (1925-61)
the Venice Film Festival Career Golden Lion (1972)
the D.G.A. Honorary Life Member Award (1974)
and a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame


browse Charlie Chaplin {as actor} on DVD at Amazon
browse Charlie Chaplin {as director} on DVD at Amazon


Complete Films of Charlie Chaplin   "The Complete Films of Charlie Chaplin" [1965]
by Gerald McDonald, Michael Conway & Mark Ricci

Citadel Press 2nd edition 11x8½ pb [8/88] out of print/used



Collections  of  Chaplin's  Films
Charlie Chaplin's credits {88 films, 1914-1969} at Internet Movie Database

Madacy's Chaplin Shorts Collection  
Madacy's Chaplin Shorts Collection DVD box set [1999]
CAVEAT EMPTOR: Amazon reviewers say these are terrible transfers to DVD - your call!
Madacy b&w DVD box set [2/99] 5 disks - out of prodn/used
Chaplin's Essanay Comedies   "Chaplin's Essanay Comedies" [1999]
Volume 1: Image Ent. b&w DVD [9/99] for $22.49
Volume 1 includes: "His New Job", "A Night Out", "The Champion" with 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, "In The Park", and "A Jitney Elopement" (all 1915)
Volume 2: Image Ent. b&w DVD [9/99] for $17.99
Volume 2 includes: "The Tramp", "By The Sea", "Work", "A Woman", "The Bank", and "His Regeneration" with 'Broncho Billy' Anderson (all 1915)
Volume 3: Image Ent. b&w DVD [9/99] for $16.48
Volume 3 includes: "Shanghaied", "A Night In The Show", "Police", "Burlesque On Carmen" (all 1915), and "Triple Trouble" [1918]
Chaplin's First National Studios Shorts  
"The First National Studios Shorts" [2000]
includes "Shoulder Arms" [1918], "Sunnyside" [1919], "A Day's Pleasure' [1919], "The Idle Class" [1921], "Pay Day" [1922], "The Pilgrim" [1923]
Image Ent. b&w DVD [3/2000] out of prodn/used
Essential Charlie Chaplin box set  "Essential Charlie Chaplin" box set [2002]
covers Chaplin's work at the Keystone, Essanay, Mutual & First National film companies (57 of Chaplin’s legendary early films in chronological order)
Delta b&w DVD [4/2002] 12 disks out of prodn/used
Essanay & Mutual & First National shorts  "The Complete Restored Essanay & Mutual Shorts" [2003]
Image Ent. b&w DVD [7/2003] 7 disks for $62.99

Charlie Chaplin DVD box sets from Echo Bridge
"presented in original vintage format"
Charlie Chaplin DVD box sets from Echo Bridge  
Charlie Chaplin DVD box sets from Echo Bridge  
Charlie Chaplin DVD from Echo Bridge - Volume 6  
Charlie Chaplin DVD from Echo Bridge - Volume 8  
the 30-film & 58-film DVD sets are not available on Amazon
Volume 1: 8 Features [2004]
Echo Bridge Home Ent. b&w DVD set [9/2008] for $3.99
contains eight Chaplin features: "A Film Johnny" [1914], "The Fatal Mallet" [1914], "Kid Auto Races At Venice" [1914], "Making A Living" [1914], "The New Janitor" [1914], "Tillie's Punctured Romance"
[1914], "The Rounders" [1914], and "Twenty Minutes of Love" [1914]

Volume 2: 8 Features [2004]
Echo Bridge Home Ent. b&w DVD set [2004] for $3.99
contains eight Chaplin features: "A Busy Day" [1914], "Between Showers" [1914], "Cruel, Cruel Love" [1914], "Mabel's Strange Predicament" [1914], "The Masquerader" [1914], "Recreation" [1914], "By The Sea" [1915], and "The Kid" [1921]
Volume 3: 7 Features [2004]
Echo Bridge Home Ent. b&w DVD set [2004] for $3.99
contains seven Chaplin features: "Caught In The Rain" aka "In The Park" [1914], "Face On The Barroom Floor" [1914], "Laughing Gas" [1914], "Mabel's Married Life" [1914], "Those Love Pangs" aka "The Rival Mashers" [1914], "Shoulder Arms" [1918], and "Triple Trouble" [1918]
Volume 4: 7 Features [2004]
Echo Bridge Home Ent. b&w DVD set [2004] for $3.99
contains seven Chaplin features: "A Night In The Show" [1915], "A Night Out" [1915], "His New Job" [1915], "The Floorwalker" [1916], "Police" [1916], "The Cure" [1917], and "The Immigrant" [1917]
Volume 5: 7 Features [2004]
Echo Bridge Home Ent. b&w DVD set [3/2004] for $4.98
contains seven Chaplin features: "Behind The Screen" [1916], "The Count" [1916], "One A.M." [1916], "The Pawn Shop" [1916], "The Vagabond" [1916], "The Bond" [1918], and "A Day's Pleasure" [1919]
Volume 6: 7 Features [2004]
Echo Bridge Home Ent. b&w DVD set [3/2004] for $4.98
contains seven Chaplin features: "Caught In A Cabaret" [1914], "His Favorite Pastime" [1914], "The Knockout" [1914] with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, "A Woman" [1915], "The Bank" [1915], "The Tramp"
[1915], and "Sunnyside" [1919]

Volume 7: 7 Features [2008]
Echo Bridge Home Ent. b&w DVD set [9/2008] for $3.99
contains seven Chaplin features: "Getting Acquainted" aka "A Fair Exchange" [1914], "His Musical Career" aka "Musical Tramps" [1914], "His New Profession" aka "The Good For Nothing" [1914] with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle & Charley Chase, "The Star Boarder" aka "The Landlady's Pet" [1914], "Tango Tangles" aka "Charlie's Recreation" [1914], "A Burlesque On Carmen" [1916], and "The Adventurer" [1917]
Volume 8: 7 Features [2008]
Echo Bridge Home Ent. b&w DVD set [9/2008] for $3.99
contains seven Chaplin features: "Dough & Dynamite" [1914], "The Champion" [1915], "Shanghaied"
[1915], "Work" [1915], "The Fireman" [1916], "The Rink" [1916], and "Easy Street" [1917]

"The Little Tramp: The Charlie Chaplin Collection" [2006]
Little Tramp / Chaplin Collection  Pasport b&w DVD set [6/2006] 5 disks for $17.99
extras include: rare Charlie Chaplin cartoon material; "Seeing Stars" [1922], an ultra-rare First National promotional short showing Chaplin out of make-up & being waited on by Buster Keaton!, and "Hollywood Rivals: Charlie Chaplin vs. Buster Keaton" [51-minute docu]; silent shorts include: "A Day's Pleasure" [1919]; "A Dog's Life" [1918]; "A Film Johnny" [1914]; "A Jitney Elopement" [1915]; "A Night Out" [1915]; "A Night In The Show" [1915]; "The Adventurer" [1917]; "Between Showers" [1914]; "Behind The Screen" [1916]; "Burlesque On Carmen" [1915]; "Caught In A Cabaret" [1914]; "The Champion" [1915]; "Charlie On The Windmill" [??]; "Charlie and The Indians" [??]; "The Count" [1916]; "Cruel Cruel Love" [1914]; "The Cure" [1917]; "Dough and Dynamite" [1914]; "Easy Street" [1917]; "The Fireman" [1916]; "The Floorwalker" [1916]; "His New Pro- fession" aka "The Good For Nothing" [1915]; "The Idle Class" [1921]; "The Immigrant" [1917]; "In The Park" [1915]; "Kid Auto Races At Venice" [1914]; "Mabel At The Wheel" [1914]; "Mabel's Busy Day" [1914]; "Mabel's Married Life" [1914]; "Making A Living" [1914]; "Masquerader" [1914]; "One A.M." [1916]; "The Pawnshop" [1916]; "Pay Day" [1922]; "Police" [1916]; "The Rink" [1916]; "The Rival Mashers" aka "Those Love Pangs" [1914]; "The Rounders" [1914]; "Shanghaied" [1915]; "Shoulder Arms" [1918]; "Sunnyside" [1919]; "Tango Tangles" aka "Charlie's Recreation" [1914]; "The Tramp" [1915]; "Triple Trouble" [1916]; and"The Vagabond" [1916]

Charlie Chaplin 51 Features   "Charlie Chaplin: 51 Features!" [2005]
St. Clair Ent. b&w DVD [7/2005] 3 disks for $7.98
"featuring 'Easy Street', 'The Kid', 'The Tramp' and so many more; bonus features: Charlie Chaplin stunt reel, 'The Evolution of The Tramp', and a Chaplin biography"
Chaplin Mutual Comedies DVD box set  "Chaplin Mutual Comedies: 90th Anniversary Restored Edition" [2006]
Image Ent. b&w DVD set [7/2006] 4 disks for $53.99
includes "The Floorwalker" [1916]; "The Fireman" [1916]; "The Vagabond" [1916]; "One A.M."
[1916]; "The Count" [1916]; "The Pawnshop" [1916]; "Behind The Screen" [1916]; "The Rink"
[1916]; "Easy Street" [1917]; "The Cure" [1917]; "The Immigrant" [1917]; "The Adventurer" [1917]; and two rarely-seen documentaries "The Gentlerman Tramp" [1975] and "Chaplin's Goliath" [1996]
Legends of Hollywood Charlie Chaplin  "Legends of Hollywood: Charlie Chaplin" [2007]
CAVEAT EMPTOR: 57 short films on 5 disks, {badly} panned & scanned
B.C.I. / Eclipse b&w DVD set [7/2007] 5 disks for $8.49
plus a bonus disk of "Road To Rio" [1947] starring Bob Hope, Bing Crosby & Dorothy Lamour
Rare Films of Charlie Chaplin on DVD  "The Actors: Rare Films of Charlie Chaplin" [2009]
Classic Video Streams b&w DVD [9/2009] for $15.99
contains eight b&w silent shorts from 1914: "Dough and Dynamite", "Gentlemen of Nerve", "His Favorite Pastime", "Making A Living", "The New Janitor", "Property Man", "Recreation", and "The Star Boarder"

"Chaplin At Keystone: An International Collaboration
of 34 Original Films"
DVD Box Set [2010]
Chaplin At Keystone silent DVD box set   Flicker Alley b&w silent DVD set [10/2010] 4 disks for $71.99
All but one of the Chaplin Keystones exist: "Her Friend The Bandit" [1914] is considered a lost film. These 34 short comedy films from 1914 include: "A Busy Day", "A Film Johnnie", "Between Showers", "Caught In A Cabaret", "Caught In The Rain", "Cruel, Cruel Love", "Dough and Dynamite", "The Face On The Bar Room Floor", "The Fatal Mallet", "Gentlemen of Nerve", "Getting Acquainted", "His Favorite Pastime", "His Musical Career", "His New Profession", "His Prehistoric Past", "His Trysting Place", "Kid Auto Races At Venice", "The Knockout", "Laughing Gas", "Mabel At The Wheel", "Mabel's Busy Day", "Mabel's Married Life", "Mabel's Strange Predicament", "Making a Living", "The Masquerader", "The New Janitor", "The Property Man", "Recreation", "The Rounders", "The Star Boarder", "Tango Tangles", "Those Love Pangs", "Tillie's Punctured Romance", and "Twenty Minutes of Love"; extras include photo gallery; excerpt from "Her Friend The Bandit"; "Charlie's White Elephant" animated short [1916]; 38-page booklet; and featurettes "Inside The Keystone Project" & "Silent Traces: The Keystone Locations"

                  

Chaplin's  Short  Films
Charlie Chaplin's credits [88 films, 1914-1969] at Internet Movie Database

"A Film Johnnie" [Keystone short 1914] with Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle
"A Busy Day" [Keystone short 1914]
"Between Showers" [Keystone short 1914]
"Caught In A Cabaret" [Keystone short 1914]
"Caught In The Rain" [Keystone short 1914]
"Cruel Cruel Love" [Keystone short 1914]
"Dough and Dynamite" [Keystone short 1914]
"The Face On The Bar Room Floor" [Keystone short 1914]
"The Fatal Mallet" [Keystone short 1914]
"Gentlemen of Nerve" [Keystone short 1914]
"Getting Acquainted" [Keystone short 1914]
"Her Friend The Bandit" [Keystone short 1914] is considered a lost film
"His Favorite Pastime" [Keystone short 1914]
"His Musical Career" [Keystone short 1914]
"His New Profession" [Keystone short 1914]
"His Prehistoric Past" [Keystone short 1914]
"His Trysting Place" [Keystone short 1914]

The Knockout aka Counted Out silent Keystone short starring Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle & Charles Chaplin  "The Knockout" aka 'Counted Out' [Keystone/Mutual short June 1914]
Two tramps decide to fake an exhibition boxing match; local no-goods convince Pug to enter as Cyclone Flynn, the champion; Flynn shows up and battles Pug, and The Keystone Cops run them all out of town. Produced by Mack Sennet; directed by Charles Avery; starring Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Charles Chaplin, Minta Durfee, Edgar Kennedy, Frank Opperman, Al St. John, Hank Mann & Mack Swain
available as part of one or more DVD sets above
full credits at IMDb

"Kid Auto Races At Venice" [Keystone short 1914]
"Laughing Gas" [Keystone short 1914]
"Mabel At The Wheel" [Keystone short 1914]
"Mabel's Busy Day" [Keystone short 1914]
"Mabel's Married Life" [Keystone short 1914]
"Mabel's Strange Predicament" [Keystone short 1914]
"Making A Living" [Keystone short 1914]
"Masquerader" [Keystone short 1914]
"The New Janitor" [Keystone short 1914]
"The Property Man" [Keystone short 1914]
"Recreation" [Keystone short 1914]
"The Rival Mashers" aka "Those Love Pangs" [Keystone short 1914]
"The Rounders" [Keystone short 1914] co-starring Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle
"The Star Boarder" [Keystone short 1914]
"Tango Tangles" aka "Charlie's Recreation" [Keystone short 1914]
"Tillie's Punctured Romance" [Keystone short 1914]
"Twenty Minutes of Love" [Keystone short 1914]

"A Jitney Elopement" [Essanay short 1915]
"A Night In The Show" [Essanay short 1915]
"A Night Out" [Essanay short 1915]
"A Woman" [Essanay short 1915]
"The Bank" [Essanay short 1915]
"Burlesque On Carmen" [Essanay short 1915]
"By the Sea" [Essanay short 1915]
"The Champion" [Essanay short 1915]
"His New Job" [Essanay short 1915]
"His New Profession" aka 'The Good For Nothing' [1915]
"His Regeneration" [Essanay short 1915]
"In The Park" [Essanay short 1915]
"Shanghaied" [Essanay short 1915]

"The Tramp" [Essanay/General April 1915 silent short]
Chaplin "The Tramp" blue movie poster  Chaplin "The Tramp" tan movie poster  32-minute silent short; Charlie saves a farmer's daughter bothered by a hobo, then prevents three hoboes from breaking into the farmhouse; Charlie fails as a farm hand, and when the girl's fiance arrives, Charlie leaves a note and returns to the open road. Written, directed & edited by and starring Charles Chaplin; co-starring Edna Purviance, Ernest Van Pelt, Paddy McGuire, Lloyd Bacon, Leo White & Bud Jamison
available on one or more DVD sets above • full credits from IMDb
tan 11"x17" poster {at left} from Amazon for $14.99

"Work" [Essanay short 1915]
"Police" [Essanay short 1916]
"Triple Trouble" [Essanay short 1916]

"The Floorwalker" [Mutual short 1916]
"The Fireman" [Mutual short 1916]
"The Vagabond" [Mutual short 1916]
"One A.M." [Mutual short 1916]
"The Count" [Mutual short 1916]
"The Pawnshop" [Mutual short 1916]

"Behind The Screen" [Mutual short Nov 1916]
Behind The Screen short starring Charlie Chaplin  Overworked movie studio employee Charlie helps a girl to get work as an actress while his co-workers are striking against the tyrannical boss. 15-minute b&w silent short co-produced, co-written, directed by and starring Charles Chaplin; also starring Edna Purviance & Eric Campbell
available on several VHS & DVD collections above • full credits at IMDb

"The Rink" [Mutual short 1916]
"Easy Street" [Mutual short 1917]
"The Cure" [Mutual short 1917]
"The Immigrant" [Mutual short 1917]
"The Adventurer" [Mutual short 1917]

"Shoulder Arms" [First National short 1918]
"A Dog's Life" [1918]
"Sunnyside" [First National short 1919]
"A Day's Pleasure" [First National short 1919]
"Charlie On The Windmill" [??]
"Charlie and The Indians" [??]

early screen logo for United Artists Pictures [est. 1919]
United Artists Pictures was founded in February 1919 by screen stars Mary Pickford, Charlie Chaplin, and Douglas Fairbanks,
director D.W. Griffith, and lawyer William Gibbs McAdoo so that they could have more artistic control over their movies.
Chaplin produced his subsequent films thru United Artists, but existing contracts required that they be released by First National.



Chaplin's  Feature  Films
Charlie Chaplin's credits [88 films, 1914-1969] at Internet Movie Database

Warner Video Chaplin Collection DVD box set  Warner Video Chaplin Collection [2003-2004]
Volume 1: "The Gold Rush" [1925], "Modern Times" [1936], "The Great Dictator" [1940], "Limelight" [1952]
Warner b&w DVD [7/2003] 8 disks for $91.63 {sic}
Volume 2: "The Kid" [1920]; "A Woman of Paris" [1923]; "The Circus" [1928]; "City Lights" [1931]; "Monsieur Verdoux" [1947]; "A King In New York" [1957]; "The Chaplin Revue" [1959]; and the documentary "Charlie: The Life & Art of Charles Chaplin"
Warner b&w DVD [3/2004] 12 disks for $300.00 {sic}

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"The Kid"  [First National Feb 1921]
Produced, written, directed & edited by and starring Charles Chaplin;
co-starring Jackie Coogan {as The Kid}, Carl Miller & Edna Purviance full credits from IMDb

                  

"The Idle Class"  [First National Sept 1921]
Produced, written, directed & edited by and starring Charles Chaplin {dual role};
co-starring Edna Purviance & Lita Grey; full credits from IMDb

                  

"Pay Day"  [First National April 1922]
Produced, written, directed & edited by and starring Charles Chaplin;
co-starring Phyllis Allen, Mack Swain, Edna Purviance & Syd Chaplin; full credits from IMDb

                  

"The Pilgrim"  [First National Feb 1923]
Produced, written, directed & edited by and starring Charles Chaplin;
co-starring Edna Purviance, Syd Chaplin & Mack Swain; full credits from IMDb

                  

"A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate"
[United Artists Sept 1923]
King in New York video/DVD  When a young woman's artist fiance fails to meet her at the railway station, she believes that he has jilted her. She goes to Paris alone and becomes the mistress of a wealthy man. A year later, she and the artist meet again, and she cannot decide whether to go with security or true love; the artist misinterprets the situation and commits suicide. Produced, written, directed & edited by Charles Chaplin; starring Edna Purviance, Carl Miller & Adolphe Menjou
Warner DVD with "A King In New York" [3/2004] 2 disks for $26.99
full credits from IMDb

                  

"The Gold Rush"  [United Artists June 1925]
Chaplin's Gold Rush video/DVD  Produced, written, directed & edited by and starring Charles Chaplin; co-starring Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Georgia Hale & Lita Grey
full credits from IMDb
"The Gold Rush" sound re-release [United Artists May 1942]
original music by Charles Chaplin; nominated for two Oscars; listed at the National Film Registry (1992)
Warner Home Video Special Edition b&w DVD [7/2003] 2 disks for $26.99
Creative Design Limited Edition Collectors Set b&w DVD [11/2003] out of prodn/used

                  

"A  Woman  of  The  Sea"
[United Artists; filmed 1926, never released]
Produced by Charles Chaplin; written & directed by Josef von Sternberg; starring Edna Purviance, Eve Southern,
Raymond Bloomer, Charles K. French & Gayne Whitman; negative/elements burned in 1933; full credits from IMDb

                  

"Camille"  [1926 silent short]
Described as a home movie, with crew credits incomplete; produced & directed by Ralph Barton; actors include Anita Loos (as Camille), Sherwood Anderson, Ethel Barrymore, Richard Barthelmess, Charles Chaplin, Clarence Darrow, Lili Darvas, Theodore Dreiser, Dorothy Gish, Sacha Guitry, Rex Ingram, Serge Kousevitzky, Alfred Knopf, Georges Lepape, Sinclair Lewis, W. Somerset Maugham, H.L. Mencken, Ferenc Molnár, George Jean Nathan, Chauncey Olcott, Aileen Pringle, Yvonne Printemps, Max Reinhardt, Paul Robeson, and Charles G. Shaw
incomplete credits from IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

                  

"The Circus"  [United Artists Jan 1928]
won Honorary Oscar 'for versatility and genius in acting, writing, directing and producing "The Circus" '  Chaplin's The Circus video/DVD  The cops at a circus think that the Little Tramp is a pickpocket; Charlie runs into the big tent and is a big hit with the crowd; but Charlie is unable to be funny on purpose, so the circus owner hires him as a sweeper. Produced, written, directed & edited by and starring Charles Chaplin; co-starring Al Ernest Garcia, Merna Kennedy, Harry Crocker, George Davis, Henry Bergman, Tiny Sandford, John Rand & Steve Murphy; won Honorary Oscar
Warner b&w Special Edition DVD [3/2004] 2 disks for $50.12
full credits from IMDb
                  

"City Lights"  [United Artists Jan 1931]
Charlie Chaplin's 'City Lights' 1931 sound feature film  Filmed in Hollywood and San Francisco, California; the Little Tramp meets and falls for a blind girl selling flowers on the street; when he learns that an expensive operation can restore her sight, he tries anything and everything to raise the money, even tho she will then see that he is just a tramp . . . Produced, written, directed, original music & editing by and starring Charles Chaplin; co-starring Virginia Cherrill, Florence Lee, Harry Myers, Al Ernest Garcia & Hank Mann; listed at the National Film Registry (1991); listed on Time Magazine's All-TIME 100 Movies (5/2005)
Warner b&w Special Edition DVD [3/2004] 2 disks for $21.87
Creative Design Limited Edition Collectors Set b&w DVD [11/2003] out of prodn/rare
Soundtrack Factory music CD [9/2000] 34 tracks - out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

                  

"Modern Times"  [United Artists Feb 1936]
Modern Times movie by Charlie Chaplin  Late almost-silent film (no dialogue, sound effects & music); fisrt sequence has Charlie go nots working on a factory assembly line; second has Charlie abused by an 'efficient' feeding machine; then he gets mistaken for a communist leader at a parade and is arrested; he meets The Girl in the paddy wagon, starts a jail riot and escapes, then tries to survive on the streets. Produced, written, directed & original music by and starring Charles Chaplin; co-starring Paulette Goddard, Henry Bergman, Tiny Sandford, Chester Conklin, Al Ernest Garcia & Murdock MacQuarrie; listed at the National Film Registry (1989); full credits from IMDb
Criterion Collection b&w Blu-ray [11/2010] for $26.69
Criterion Collection b&w DVD [11/2010] 2 disks for $21.99
Creative Design Limited Edition b&w DVD [7/2003] 2 disks - out of prodn/used

                  

"Charlie  Chaplin  Carnival" [1938]
A package of four Chaplin silent shorts from 1916: "Behind The Screen", "The Count", "The Fireman", and
"The Vagabond", with music and sound effects; full credits from IMDb

"Charlie  Chaplin  Cavalcade" [1938]
A package of four Chaplin silent shorts from 1916: "One A.M.", "The Rink", "The Pawnshop", and
"The Floorwalker", presented with music and sound effects; full credits from IMDb

"Charlie  Chaplin  Festival"  [1938]
A package of four Chaplin silent shorts from 1917: "The Adventurer", "The Cure", "Easy Street" and
"The Immigrant", presented with music and sound effects; full credits from IMDb

                  

"The Great Dictator"  [United Artists Oct 1940]
Chaplin's Great Dictator movie  Chaplin's first talkie; an amnesiac Jewish barber (Chaplin) is released from hospital unaware of a resemblance to his country's new dictator, Adenoid Hynkle (also Chaplin). Temporary favoritism of the Jews is soon replaced with shipment to concentration camps; the barber and a sympathetic officer escape and are captured by enemy forces, who believe that the barber is the dictator. The bogus dictator then delivers a lyrical four-minute radio speech advocating peace. Produced, written, directed & original music by and starring Charles Chaplin; co-starring Paulette Goddard, Jack Oakie, Reginald Gardiner, Henry Daniell & Billy Gilbert; Oscar nominated for Best Picture, Best Original Script, Best Actor (CC), Best Supporting Actor (JO), Best Original Score; listed on the National Film Registry in 1997
Warner special edition DVD [7/2003] 2 disks for $26.99
Image Ent b&w DVD [4/2000] out of stock/used
Creative Design Limited Edition DVD [7/2003] 3 disks / out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDbofficial movie site

Chaplin's "The Greatest Speech Ever Made" excerpted from "The Great Dictator" [1940]
watch video [4:38] on YouTube

                  

unproduced film "Shadow and Substance"  [1941-42]
Based on the stageplay by Irish author Paul Vincent Carroll; film written for actress Joan Barry, who became
Chaplin's lover and began acting crazy and filed a paternity suit in 1943 – so the project was halted.

                  

"Monsieur Verdoux"  [United Artists Apr 1947]
Chaplin's Monsieur Verdoux video/DVD  Produced, written, directed & original music by and starring Charles Chaplin; co-starring Martha Raye; Oscar nom for Best Original Script
full credits from IMDb
2008 reissue official movie site
                  

"Limelight"  [United Artists Oct 1952]
won Oscar Best Original Music in 1973  Chaplin's Limelight video/DVD   Produced, written, directed & original music by and starring Charles Chaplin; co-starring Claire Bloom, Nigel Bruce, Buster Keaton, Sydney Chaplin & 'Snub' Pollard; won Oscar in 1973 for Best Original Music
full credits from IMDb
                  

"A King In New York"
[Chaplin/Attica U.K. Sept 1957; USA release 1973]
King in New York video/DVD  Chaplin plays an exiled king who is suspected of Communist symapathies and ordered to testify before a panel similar to the House Un-American Activities Committee. Produced, written, directed & original music by and starring Charles Chaplin; co-starring Maxine Audley, Jerry Desmonde, Oliver Johnston, Dawn Addams, Sid James, Joan Ingram & Michael Chaplin
Warner double bill DVD with "A Woman of Paris" [3/2004] 2 disks for $8.99
Fox b&w VHS [1989] for $2.89 {sic}
full credits from IMDb

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"The Chaplin Revue"
[United Artists Sept 1959]
The Chaplin Review  Chaplin edited three silent comedies – "A Dog's Life" [1918], "Shoulder Arms" [1918], and "The Pilgrim" [1923] – together to form a 2-hour comedy released in 1959; written, produced, directed & music by and starring Charles Chaplin; co-starring Albert Austin, Henry Bergman, Syd Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Mack Swain & Loyal Underwood; credits at IMDb
Warner b&w Special Edition DVD [3/2004] 2 disks for $28.48
the package also includes shorts "How To Make Movies" [1918], "The Bond" [1918], "A Day's Pleasure"
[1919], "Sunnyside" [1919], "The Idle Class" [1921] & "Pay Day" [1922], plus posters & other extras
                  

"A Countess From Hong Kong"
[Universal U.K. Jan 1967]
Produced, written, directed & original music by Charles Chaplin; second of only two Chaplin color films; starring Marlon Brando,
Sophia Loren, Sydney Chaplin, Tippi Hedren, Patrick Cargill & Margaret Rutherford • full credits from IMDb

                  

"The Adding Machine"  [Universal Sept 1969]
A meek accountant with a shrewish wife is replaced after 25 years by an adding machine; he is arrested for the murder of his boss and executed, and arriving in Heaven is shocked at the way things work.Co-written & directed by Jerome Epstein; co-written by Charles Chaplin, based on a play by Elmer Rice; starring Milo O'Shea, Phyllis Diller, Billie Whitelaw, Sydney Chaplin, Julian Glover, Carol Cleveland & Raymond Huntley • full credits from IMDb

                  

unproduced film "The Freak"  [1970s]
Written by 80-year-old Chaplin and intended to star his daughter Victoria; a girl with wings is discovered in South America and then captured/kidnapped for exploitation as a miracle;
a trial declares her a full human, with all rights, so she escapes and flies back home to South America but tires and plunges into the sea. The family indulged Charlie by having
a set of wings made (using swan feathers) and making home movies of several sequences; the wings were discovered recently in storage, packed away in a crate, and will be
featured at the new Charlie Chaplin Museum to open at Manoir de Ban in April 2016.

2015 French-language book about Charlie Chaplin's unproduced movie 'The Freak'  "The Freak: Le Dernier Film de Chaplin (The Freak: Chaplin's Last Film)"  12/2015
[2015] by Pierre Smolik

Author Smolik says that he was able to consult family archives containing hundreds of pages of Chaplin's notes detailing the evolution of the project, including two scripts, dialogues, and a synopsis, as well as pictures that together provide a speculative view of what his final film may have looked like if it had been completed.
French-language book not yet available on either Amazon USA or Amazon France
official book site • ISBN-13 978-22940519057



Other  Videos  &  DVDs

                  

"The Life Story of Charles Chaplin" silent short [1926] /tt0471233/

                  

"The Gentleman Tramp"
[indep documentary 1975, USA April 1978]
Gentleman Tramp / Charlie Chaplin  Written & directed & edited by Richard Patterson; narrated by Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau & Laurence Olivier
available on DVD as part of the 2006 Mutual shorts collection above
M.P.I. Home Video b&w/color VHS [10/94] out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb11"x17" poster from Amazon for $14.99
                  

"Unknown Chaplin: The Master At Work"
[BBC-TV documentary Jan 1983; P.B.S. July 1986]
won Emmy for Outstanding Informational Series  Unknown Chaplin documentary  Never-before-seen out-takes & other rare footage, from the Chaplin vaults. Written, produced & directed by Kevin Brownlow & David Gill; won Emmy for Outstanding Informational Series
A&E/Thames color DVD [11/2005] for $19.99
full credits from IMDb
                  

"The Chaplin Puzzle" TV documentary
[Jazzmedia Denmark June 1992]
soundtrack CD for 1992 TV documentary 'The Chaplin Puzzle'  A look at the early career of Chaplin, in two parts, with complete short film "Police" [1916]
Directed by Don McGlynn; written by Joseph Adamson; music by Sřren Hyldgaard; narrated by Burgess Meredith
Silva Screen soundtrack CD [12/95] 13 tracks - import/used
DVD/Blu-ray not available • credits at IMDb
watch full movie [9/2013 upload; 1:38:13] online at YouTube
                  

"Chaplin" biopic  [TriStar Dec 1992]
Chaplin 1992 bio-feature  Lovingly made bio-film covering Charlie's early life in England, his professional success and personal failures in Hollywood, and his exile in Switzerland • Produced & directed by Richard Attenborough; color cinematography by Sven Nykvist; starring Robert Downey Jr. {as Charlie}, Geraldine Chaplin, Paul Rhys, Moira Kelly, Anthony Hopkins, Penelope Ann Miller, Dan Aykroyd, Marisa Tomei, Kevin Kline, Maria Pitillo (as Mary Pickford}, Deborah Moore, Diane Lane & Nancy Travis; Oscar noms for Best Actor [RD], Best Original Score, Best Art Direction; won BAFTA for Best Actor [RD]
Lions Gate letterbox-widescreen color DVD [5/98] for $10.99
Lions Gate widescreen color VHS [3/98] out of prodn/used
Lions Gate color VHS [1/99] out of prodn/used
Sony soundtrack CD by John Barry [12/92] for $9.98
full credits from IMDbfilm entry at Wikipedia'Perfect Charlie' film fansite
watch official trailer [9/2012 upload; 2:01] online at YouTube

                  

"Famous Comedy Legends" [2002]
Famous Comedy Legends DVD box sets  Volume 1: National Film Museum b&w DVD set [7/2002] 3 disks for $24.99
Starring Charlie Chaplin {"The Bank" [1915 short], "The Vagabond" [1916 short] & "Easy Street" [1917 short]), Charley Chase (1 short), W.C. Fields (2 shorts), Buster Keaton (2 shorts, 2 silent features) & The Three Stooges (2 shorts)
Volume 2: National Film Museum b&w DVD set [7/2002] 3 disks for $24.99
Starring Charlie Chaplin {"The Rink" [1916] & "The Pawnshop" [1916]), Charley Chase (2 shorts), W.C. Fields (1 short), Buster Keaton (2 shorts, 2 features) & The Three Stooges (3 shorts)

                  

"Charlie Chaplin: The Forgotten Years"
[Swiss-French TV May 2003]
Charlie Chaplin / Forgotten Years  Co-written & co-directed by Beat Hirt & Felice Zenoni; with the participation of Geraldine Chaplin, Eugene Chaplin, Michael Chaplin, Sir Peter Ustinov, Petula Clark, Liselotte Pulver, Sophia Loren & others
Arts Alliance America DVD [10/2005] for $9.98
full credits from IMDb
                  

"Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin"
[Warner Home Video Feb 2004]
Life & Art of Charles Chaplin docufilm  A dazzling two-hour-plus documentary by critic Schickel, with clips from Chaplin films and interviews of Woody Allen, Richard Attenborough, Claire Bloom, Geraldine Chaplin, Sydney Chaplin, Johnny Depp, Robert Downey Jr., Milos Forman, Marcel Marceau, composer David Raksin, critic Andrew Sarris, Martin Scorsese, Jeffrey Vance and others.
Written & directed by Richard Schickel; narrated by Sydney Pollack
MK2 / Warner Home Video widescreen color/b&w DVD [3/2004] out of prodn/used
also available on "Warner Video Chaplin Collection, Volume 2" {details above}
Warner b&w DVD box set [3/2004] 12 disks list $300 - out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb

                  

"Doctor For Mr. Chaplin" short film [Parry Taylor Films U.K. May 2016]
Doctor for Mr. Chaplin short film  During a film shoot in California in 1919, actor-director Charles Chaplin faints; the local doctor who is summoned to see him soon learns that the off-screen Charlie is not at all like the loveable tramp character that he is so famous for • Written, directed & edited by Mike Booth; starring John MacCormick, Laurence Saunders, Jenny Bulcraig, Ellie Coldicutt, John Seaward, Douggie McMeekin (voice)
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available • credits at IMDb
watch movie [5/2017 upload; 13:45] online at YouTube
                  

"Stealing Charlie Chaplin" [indep 2016]
'Stealing Charlie Chaplin' documentary  72-minute documentary film about the 1978 theft of the body of the late Charles Chaplin in Switzerland
Co-produced & directed by Philip Boatswain; featuring Yves Durand, Jean-Daniel Tenthorey & David Robinson, with archive footage of Charles Chaplin & widow Oona Chaplin
Virgil Films & Ent. color DVD [6/2017] for $13.99  6/2017
credits at IMDbwatch 9/2016 official trailer [1:35] online at YouTube
                  

"Saving Charlie Chaplin" [The Blacklist 2016]
2017 live reading of 'Saving Charlie Chaplin' script   Live script reading June 2017 by The Blacklist at Montalban Theater in Hollywood; set in Hollywood in 1939: a Nazi U-boat surfaces off the coast of Los Angeles ... a Chaplin stunt double goes missing ... and a hapless desk-duty cop teams up with the FBI's finest to protect the Little Tramp from the wrath of Hitler • Written & directed by Justin Shady; starring Jon Hamm, Paul Reubens, Randall Park & Jack McBrayer
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available • not yet listed at IMDb



The  Music  of  Charles  Chaplin

Music from the Films of Charles Chaplin  "Charlie !: Music From The Classic Films of Charles Chaplin" [1993]
Performed by the Munich Symphony Orchestra, led by Francis Shaw

Silva America audio CD [9/93] out of prodn/used
Oh! That Cello / Charlie Chaplin  "Oh! That Cello: Music by Charlie Chaplin" [1998]
Performed by Thomas Beckmann & Johannes Cernota

Lightyear audio CD [4/98] out of prodn/rare
Making Music with Charlie Chaplin  "Making Music With Charlie Chaplin: An Autobiography" [2000]
by Eric James

Scarecrow Press 9x6 pb [4/2000] for $33.95
 album on CD   "Charlie Chaplin City Lights" original soundtracks on CD [2000]
Soundtrack Factory music CD [9/2000] 34 tracks - out of prodn/used
includes 9 tracks from "City Lights", 7 tracks from "Modern Times",
12 tracks from "The Circus", and 2 tracks from "Great Dictator"
Charlie Chaplin Essential Film Music  "Charlie Chaplin: His Essential Film Music Collection" [2006]
Silva America music CD [2/2006] 2 disks for $22.98
Disk 1 is Chaplin's music, including 'The Reel Chaplin' suite; Disk 2 is music composed & conducted by Carl Davis for Chaplin films



Stageplays  &  Other  Media

"Chaplin The Musical" [Broadway opening Sept 2012]
Chaplin The Musical poster on Broadway 2012  "The Big Musical About The Little Tramp"; prior world premiere at La Jolla Playhouse in California;
Book by Christopher Curtis & Thomas Meehan; music & lyrics by Christopher Curtis; directed & choreographed by Warren Carlyle; starring Robert McClure {as Charlie}, Jenn Colella, Erin Mackey {as Oona O'Neill}, Michael McCormick (as Mack Sennett}, Zachary Unger, Christiane Noll, Wayne Alan Wilcox, Emilee Dupré
cast DVD or soundtrack album not yet available
Broadway credits at IBDbofficial website



Books  About  Charlie Chaplin

autobiography of Charlie Chaplin  "My Autobiography" [S&S 1964] by Charlie Chaplin
Kindle Edition from Melville House [12/2012] for $9.99
Melville House/Neversink Library 8x5 pb [12/2012] for $15.19
Penguin Classics 7½x5 pb [4/2003] out of print/used
Plume 7x5 pb [12/92] out of print/used
S&S 9¼x6¼ hardcover [2/78] out of print/used
Four Great Comedians book by Donald W. McCaffrey  "Four Great Comedians: Chaplin, Lloyd, Keaton, Langdon" [1968]
by Donald W. McCaffrey

A.S. Barnes pb [1968] out of print/used
A.S. Barnes pb [1968] out of print/used

see also Magic Lantern's Keaton, Langdon & Lloyd pages

The Man Who Shot Lewis Vance mystery novel co-starring John Wayne & Charlie Chaplin  "The Man Who Shot Lewis Vance" [1986 mystery novel] by Stuart M. Kaminsky
In 1942 Hollywood, P.I. Toby Peters is lured to a hotel room in hopes of a job, is drugged, and wakes up to find his client murdered and actor John Wayne pointing a gun at Toby's chest; the trail leads to a stolen $10,000 charity donation from Charlie Chaplin, who hires Toby to recover the money. Also includes "Cain's Mutiny" story by Bill Pronzini.
Mysterious Press mass pb [6/90] out of print/used
St. Martin's Press hardcover [1/86] out of print/used
The Gentleman Is A Tramp  "The Gentleman Is A Tramp: Charlie Chaplin's Comedy" [1989]
by Claudia Clausius

Peter Lang Publng 8¾x6 hardcover [3/89] for $40.95
Charlie Chaplin Intimate Close-Ups book by Georgia Hale  "Charlie Chaplin: Intimate Close-Ups" [1995]
by Georgia Hale {actress in "The Gold Rush" [1925]}

Scarecrow Press 9x6 pb [11/99] for $25.95
Scarecrow Press 9¼x6¼ hardcover [4/95] out of print/used
Chaplin Encyclopedia  "The Chaplin Encyclopedia" [1997]
by Glenn Mitchell

B.T. Batsford 9¾x7½ pb [12/97] out of print/used
biography of Oona O'Neill Chaplin  "Oona: Living In The Shadows - A Biography of Oona O'Neill Chaplin" [1998]
by Jane Scovell

Grand Central Publng 8½x5½ pb [11/99] for $19.99
Warner Books 9¾x6½ hardcover [11/98] out of print/many used

Charlie's third wife Oona [1925-91] was the daughter of
playwright Eugene O'Neill [1888-1953]

A Few Minutes Past Midnight mystery novel co-starring Charlie Chaplin  "A Few Minutes Past Midnight" [2001 mystery novel] by Stuart M. Kaminsky
In December 1943, a man shows up on Charlie Chaplin's doorstep weilding a knife. The out-of-favor comedy star hires P.I. Toby Peters, whose investigation gets more and more muddled.
Orion mass pb [7/2003] out of print/used
Carroll & Graf Publrs 9x6 hardcover [8/2001] out of print/used
Chaplin Genius of the Cinema  "Chaplin: Genius of The Cinema" [2003]
by Jeffrey Vance

Abrams 12x9¼ hardcover [10/2003] out of print/many used
Abrams bargain priced hardcover [10/2003] out of print/50+ used
Art by Film Directors book by Karl French  "Art By Film Directors" [2004] by Karl French
includes chapters on Charlie Chaplin, Jean Cocteau, Sergei Eisenstein, Federico Fellini, Terry Gilliam, Peter Greenaway, Alfred Hitchcock, Dennis Hopper, John Huston, Takeshi Kitano, Stanley Kubrick, Akira Kurosawa, Fritz Lang, Alan Parker, Gordon Parks, Satyajit Ray, Martin Scorsese, Josef von Sternberg, Wim Wenders, and others
Mitchell Beazley 11½x9½ hardcover [11/2004] for $30.40
Charlie Chaplin at Keystone & Essanay book by Ted Okuda & David Maska  
"Charlie Chaplin At Keystone and Essanay: Dawn of The Tramp" [2005]
by Ted Okuda & David Maska

iUniverse 9x5¾ pb [8/2005] for $18.95
Silent Traces  "Silent Traces: Discovering Early Hollywood Through the Films of Charlie Chaplin" [2006]
by John Bengtson & Kevin Brownlow

Santa Monica Press 8½x11 pb [8/2006] for $16.47
Essential Chaplin edited by Richard Schickel  "The Essential Chaplin: Perspectives On The Life & Art of The Great Comedian" [2006] Edited by Richard Schickel
Ivan R. Dee, Publr 8½x5½ pb [7/2006] for $13.22
Ivan R. Dee, Publr 8½x6 hardcover [7/2006] out of print/used
Sunnyside novel by Glen David Gold  "Sunnyside: A Novel" [2009 bestseller] by Glen David Gold
The lives of three men overlap at the start of The Great War: a soldier sent to France, another soldier sent to Russia, and the first and biggest worldwide movie star of the Silent Era, Charlie Chaplin; the cast includes Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Rin-Tin-Tin, Adolph Zukor, Chaplin’s child bride, three Russian princesses, a thieving Girl Scout, and assorted movie-makers & starstruck fans.
Vintage 8x5¼ pb [5/2010] for $11.53
Knopf 9¼x6¾ deckle-edge hardcover [5/2009] for $17.79
The Search for Charlie Chaplin book by Kevin Brownlow  "The Search For Charlie Chaplin" [2010] by Kevin Brownlow
After a long quest to find the many missing Keystone shorts of Chaplin, which led to film vaults in England, France, and the United States, Brownlow and his Thames Television team compiled "Unknown Chaplin" [1983], three hour-long documentaries. They learned so much about Chaplin during that process that could not be squeezed into the TV series that they decided to preserve it in the form of a book.
U.K.A. Press 9½x6½ pb [4/2010] for $15.99

"Charlie Chaplin: King of Tragedy" [March 2007] by Gerith Von Ulm
http://www.amazon.com/Charlie-Chaplin-King-Of-Tragedy/dp/1406757985/


Family, Friends & Lovers
Charles Spencer Chaplin was born in 1889 in South London, U.K.; his first film appearance was in 1914 for Keystone Pictures in Hollywood;
by 1919 he was famous and wealthy enough to co-found United Artists Studios; personal and political issues caused difficulties in the 1930s & 1940s,
and he chose exile from the U.S.A. and moved his family to Switzerland in 1953. In increasingly frail health, he received an Honorary Oscar in 1972
and British knighthood in 1975, and died at home at Manoir de Ban in December 1977 at age 88.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaplin_family

father Charles Chaplin, Sr. [1863-1901]
mother Hannah Harriet Pedlingham Hill Chaplin Dryden [1865-1928] - married June 1885, separated 1892
older half-brother Sydney John Hill 'Syd' Chaplin [1885-1965]
half-brother George Wheeler Dryden [1892-1957]

first wife Mildred Harris [1901-44] - married 1918, divorced 1920
Norman Spencer Chaplin [1919 - lived only 3 days]

second wife Lita Grey [1908-95] - married 1924–1927
son/actor Charles Chaplin III [1925–68]
son/actor Sydney Earl Chaplin [1926–2009]

third wife Oona O'Neill Chaplin [1925-91] - married 1943, widowed 1977
{ then-teenage daughter of playwright Eugene O'Neill [1888-1953] }
daughter Geraldine Leigh Chaplin [b. 1944]
grandson Shane Saura [b. 1974]
granddaughter Oona Castilla Chaplin [b. 1986 in Spain]
son Michael John Chaplin [b. 1946]
daughter Josephine Hannah Chaplin [b. 1949]
daughter Victoria Chaplin [b. 1951]
son Eugene Anthony Chaplin [b. 1953]
Jane Cecil Chaplin Salkind [b. 1957]
Annette Emily Chaplin [b. 1959]
Christopher James Chaplin [b. 1962]


first love 1908 dancer Hetty Kelly [1893?-1918]
co-star & lover 1916-18 Edna Purviance [1895-1958]
lover 1922–23 actress Pola Negri [1897-1987]
lover Summer 1925 actress Louise Brooks [1906-85]


co-star & lover 1929-33 Georgia Hale [1905-85]

Charlie Chaplin Intimate Close-Ups book by Georgia Hale  "Charlie Chaplin: Intimate Close-Ups" [1995]
by Georgia Hale {actress in "The Gold Rush" [1925]}

Scarecrow Press 9x6 pb [11/99] for $25.95
Scarecrow Press 9¼x6¼ hardcover [4/95] out of print/used


lover 1931-32 May Reeves []
Reeves's memoir "The Intimate Charlie Chaplin" []


co-star & lover {not wife} 1936–1942 Paulette Goddard [1910-90]


lover 1941-42 actress Joan Barry [1920-2007] - real name Mary Louise Gribble Seck
paternity suit 1943, baby Carol Ann Barry Chaplin [1943-?] - changed name, disappeared from public view


Charlie  Chaplin  Links

Charlie Chaplin official website
Charlie Chaplin Museum [opens April 2016] in Corsier-sur-Vevey, Switzerland
Charles Chaplin entry at Wikipedia

Charlie Chaplin's credits {88 films, 1914-1969} at Internet Movie Database

Charlie Chaplin WebRing
http://www.chaplin.pl/index.html



Chaplin caught in the gears, from "Modern Times" [1936]


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