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Charlie Chaplin his life & work : a documentary

Features Charlie in three of his best short films. In "A Dog's life", The Little Tramp rescues a mutt from a dogfight and is extravagantly repaid for his kindness. "Shoulder Arms" stars Chaplin at the front lines during World War I. Lastly, Charlie appears in "The Pilgrim" as an ex-con disguised as a preacher.

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  • "Fireman (1916)"@en
  • "Pustolovec"
  • "Tramp forever"
  • "Tramp forever"@en
  • "Count (1917)"@en
  • "Behind the screen"@en
  • "Charlot artiste peintre"@en
  • "gold rush"
  • "7 features"
  • "Luci della città"
  • "City lights"@en
  • "Luces de la ciudad"
  • "Tramp"
  • "Tramp"@en
  • "Charlot et les saucisses"
  • "Charlie gre med mornarje"
  • "Charlot veut se marier"
  • "Lumières de la ville"
  • "城市之光"
  • "College"@en
  • "College"
  • "Charlot chef de rayon"@en
  • "Modern times"
  • "Charlot au music Hall"@en
  • "Cheng shi zhi guang"@en
  • "Charlie Chaplin City lights"@en
  • "Red Skelton show"
  • "Red Skelton show"@en
  • "Charile Chaplin"
  • "Easy Street (1917)"@en
  • "Widow and her daughter (1918)"@en
  • "great dictator"
  • "[Luči velemesta]"
  • "Gentleman tramp"
  • "gosse"
  • "Floorwalker (1916)"@en
  • "3 full-length features"@en
  • "Charlie Chaplin collection"@en
  • "Charlie Chaplin collection"
  • "Charlot et Fatty en bombe"
  • "Reel Classics Archives presents"@en
  • "day's pleasure"
  • "Les lumières de la ville"
  • "One a.m"@en
  • "Adventurer"
  • "Easy Street"
  • "Floorwalker"
  • "Chaplin collection"@en
  • "City light"
  • "Essanagy films"
  • "Comedy romance in pantomime"
  • "Comedy romance in pantomime"@en
  • "Charlot grande coquette"
  • "Gold rush"@en
  • "Pay day"@en
  • "Vagabond"
  • "Pawnshop (1916)"@en
  • "Émigrant"
  • "Mam'zelle Charlot"
  • "Caught in the cabaret (1914)"@en
  • "His favorite pastime"@en
  • "Charlie Chaplin in city lights"
  • "Day's pleasure"@en
  • "Day's pleasure"
  • "Rink"@en
  • "Chaplin"
  • "Charlot et fatty en bombe"@en
  • "Charlot roi"
  • "lumières de la ville"
  • "Charlot à la banquebank"
  • "Charlie Chaplan [sic] film festival"
  • "Luči velemesta"
  • "One A.M"@en
  • "Rounders"@en
  • "Lichter der Großstadt"
  • "Tramp (1915)"@en
  • "Charlie Chaplin cyclus"
  • "Shanghaied"
  • "Pawnshop"@en
  • "Pawnshop"
  • "One day's pleasure"@en
  • "Night out"@en
  • "Making a living"@en
  • "Lumiéres de la ville"@en
  • "Luzes da cidade"
  • "Adventurer (1917)"@en

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  • "One of Chaplin's most highly acclaimed films, City Lights is both a classic and personal statement in which the master of pantomime proves the eloquence of silence."
  • "In "The Circus," Chaplin falls for the circus owner's equestrian stepdaughter, soars to success as a clown, walks a tightrope, and is chased by police through a hall of mirrors."
  • "The Little Tramp becomes enamored of a blind flower seller and allows her to mistake him for a wealthy duke. Determined to get money for an operation to restore her sight, he succeeds but is plagued by the eccentricities of a millionaire, which land him in jail. After his release, he is more down-and-out than ever when he encounters the object of his love, who can see."
  • "Features Charlie in three of his best short films. In "A Dog's life", The Little Tramp rescues a mutt from a dogfight and is extravagantly repaid for his kindness. "Shoulder Arms" stars Chaplin at the front lines during World War I. Lastly, Charlie appears in "The Pilgrim" as an ex-con disguised as a preacher."@en
  • "A tramp befriends a millionaire and falls in love with a blind girl."@en
  • "The Tramp falls in love with a blind flower girl and attempts to raise money for an operation to restore her sight."
  • "The Tramp falls in love with a blind flower girl and attempts to raise money for an operation to restore her sight."@en
  • "After the Tramp falls in love with a blind girl, he struggles for money to help her regain her sight."@en
  • ""This biography traces his life from his impoverished childhood in South London, his meteoric rise to fame and fortune, his bitter exile in Switzerland during the McCarthy years, and the belated tributes from Hollywood in the seventies. Intercut with clips from his popular films are the commentary of authors and critics, such as David Robinson and Derek Malcolm.""@en
  • "In the short, "A day's pleasure," Chaplin is a family patriarch setting out to have a good time with his wife and children. However, he encounters only mishaps in their Model-T Ford and on a sea-sickening boat ride."
  • "Charlie Chaplin film festival (1917, 66 min., b&w): Four Chaplin shorts from 1917: The adventurer, The cure, Easy street and The immigrant, presented with music and sound effects. Watch the "master" of comedy at work!"
  • "Raw footage reveals Chaplin at his best. In these classic shorts. Chaplin left no stone unturned in his search for comic excellence."@en
  • "Considered by many to be his masterpiece, City lights presents the perfect balance of comedy and pathos that is Charlie Chaplin's trademark. The Little Tramp befriends a blind flower girl and tries to restore her sight."@en
  • "Great Dictator: In his first talking film, Chaplin skewers both Adolf Hitler (Adenoid Hynkel) and Benito Mussolini (Benzino Napaloni) on sharp spears of ridicule. Chaplin plays both the malevolent dictator and an innocent Jewish barber who is in love with Hannah. The plot turns on the astonishing resemblance of the dictator to the barber. Mistaken for Hynkel, the barber makes a speech at an enormous rally for the "Sons and Daughters of the Double Cross" that double-crosses the double-crossers."
  • "An anthology of movie shorts."
  • "This package consists of the second part (The Great Director) of the three part Unknown Chaplin series and Chaplin's successful 1931 feature City Lights. The Great Director surveys Chaplin's move from two and three reelers to feature films with interviews and clips from The Kid, The Gold Rush and City Lights."@en
  • "The Red Skelton show (1951, 60 min., b&w): Long-running weekly show that spotlighted legendary comedian and beloved TV clown, Red Skelton. Each show featured comedy skits, gags and vignettes starring Skelton and guest performers."
  • "College: Ronald is an idealistic freshman who attends Clayton College in pursuit of higher learning, but finds himself instead embroiled in a war of athletics as he fights for the heart of his beloved coed, Mary. (66 min., 1927, b&w)."@en
  • "City Lights: The little tramp meets a beautiful blind girl selling flowers on the sidewalk who mistakes him for a wealthy duke. When he learns that an operation may restore her sight, he sets off to earn the money she needs to have the operation. In a series of comedy adventures that only Chaplin could pull off, he eventually succeeds, even though his efforts land him in jail. While he is there, the girl has the operation and afterwards yearns to meet her benefactor. The closing scene in which she discovers that he is not a wealthy duke but only the little tramp was described by critic James Agee as "the highest moment in movies" and brought audiences to tears."
  • "A tramp meets a millionaire who when drunk treats him as a friend but ignores him when sober, and he also wins the love of a blind girl."@en
  • "Modern Times: The little tramp battles it out with technology, unemployment, jail, burglars, demanding customers, bosses, and "The Gamin." He wins some and loses more but, at the end, walks undaunted into the sunrise."
  • "Combining comedy and drama in the finest Chaplin tradition, the Little Tramp falls in love with a beautiful blind flower girl. She believes he is wealthy, and he sets out to raise the money for the operation that would restore her sight. Through countless mishaps he succeeds, and the operation is a success. The final scene, in which the girl discovers the true identity of her benefactor, is a poignant encounter that has been lauded as one of the most memorable and moving moments in film history."@en
  • "A blind flower girl falls in love with an unknown benefactor who takes care of her and pays to have her sight restored. Unknown to her, the man who has done all this is a poor tramp who fears she may not love him if she finds out."@en
  • "Four short films by Charlie Chaplin."
  • "Un vagabond, s'apitoie sur le sort d'une jeune aveugle. Un soir, il sauve un millionnaire de la noyade et son obligé l'accueille chez lui. Celui-ci le met à la porte lorsqu'il est dégrisé. S'étant enivré de nouveau, le millionnaire accepte de donner au vagabond l'argent nécessaire à une opération pour l'aveugle. Mis en prison pour vol, Charlie a la joie, à sa sortie, d'apprendre que sa protégée a recouvré la vue."
  • "The Tramp befriends a blind flower girl who comes to believe that he's a wealthy man. When he learns that an operation can restore her sight, he sets out to earn the money and suceeds, but eventually winds up in jail. While he is there, the girl has the operation and afterwards yearns to meet her benefactor."
  • "Three of the twelve films Chaplin made for the Mutual Film Corp. in 1916, especially noteworthy because of his complete creative control."@en
  • "A collection of classic Chaplin favorites."@en
  • "Chaplin stars in this film mixing comedy and pathos, as a tramp who, by a series of lucky accidents, is able to restore the sight of a blind flowergirl. (Does not circulate)."
  • "College (1927, 66 min., b&w): Keaton stars as Ronald in this classic comedy. Ronald's high school valedictory address praises books and condemns sports. His girlfriend, Mary, condemns his attitude. With fears of losing her to his rival Jeff, Ronald decides to go to college and pay more attention to sports."
  • "Collection of 57 classic silent films, including Chaplin's screen debut in 1914."@en
  • "The Little Tramp falls in love with a beautiful blind flower girl. Allowing her to think he is a gentleman of great wealth, he sets out to raise money for an operation to restore the girl's sight."
  • ""La suerte está a punto de jugarle extrañas partidas a Charlot, pues al evitar el suicidio de un millonario ebrio, éste se comportará con él de una forma completamente inconsistente, pues le ofrecerá amistad y fortuna en estado de ebriedad, y lo desconocerá y rechazará al estar sobrio. Cuando Charlot trate de valerse de esa extraña nueva amistad para ofrecerle ayuda a una chica humilde, de la cual se enamora repentinamente, no conseguirá sino terminar en la cárcel, acusado de robo por aquel alcohólico esquizoide. De alguna manera Charlot logará sobrevivir, pero no sin provocarnos múltiples carcajadas en cada intento."--Envase."
  • "Fiction. Comédie pantomime musicale. Charlot, le vagabond au grand coeur, s'apitoie sur le sort d'une jeune aveugle qui vend des fleurs sur la rue et qui le prend pour un riche promeneur. Un soir, il sauve un millionnaire d'une noyade volontaire. Épris de la fleuriste, Charlot tente, en boxant ou en balayant les rues, de gagner l'argent pouvant lui permettre de faire soigner la jeune femme. Dans un moment d'ivresse, le millionnaire lui donne la somme nécessaire à une opération pour l'aveugle. Mais la police croit à un cambriolage et emprisonne Charlot. À sa sortie de prison, il apprend avec joie que sa protégée a recouvré la vue. Avec Chaplin, Virginia Cherrill, Harry Myers, Florence Lee, Allan Garcia, Hank Mann."
  • ""Redécouvrez l'irrésistible Charlot sur ce DVD réunissant des courts métrages incontournables."
  • "(Gold rush) Often accepted as Chaplin's most famous film. Chaplin plays a lone prospector in the 1890 Alaskan Gold Rush. The little tramp braves cold, hunger, a delirious cabinmate and unrequited love in this boisterious, yet tender, comedy gem. (1925)."@en
  • "In "The circus", Chaplin mounted the greatest show in celluloid showing the Little Tramp's havoc-producing arrival on the grounds of a traveling circus to his lovelorn final departure. In "A day's pleasure", Chaplin is a family patriarch setting out to have a good timewith his wife and kids. Musical soundtracks added to silent films."@en
  • "In these nine timeless treasures which include "The Tramp"(1915), Chaplin portrays Charlie the Tramp, the little guy everyone can identify with and love, with his trademark walk, bowler hat, baggy pants, silly moustache and cane."@en
  • "Charlie Chaplin's 'little tramp' falls in love with a blind flower girl (Virginia Cherrill) and befriends a drunken millionaire (Harry Meyers). He takes on odd jobs to pay for an operation to return the flower girl's sight but gets the bulk of the money from the millionaire, whose life he has saved. When sober, however, the millionaire accuses the tramp of stealing the money and he is sent to prison."@en
  • "A blind flower girl falls in love with the little tramp, and he with her. He helps her out of financial troubles through getting a job and the aid of a rich friend. He pays for her to have an operation to restore her sight and does not know if she will still love him when she can see."
  • "Charlie Chaplin, considered to be one of the most pivotal. stars of the early days of Hollywood, lived an interesting life both on his films and behind the camera. As the king of the silent era, Charlie was mainly associated wtih his most popular, "Little Tramp", the man with the toothbrush moustache, bowler hat, bamboo cane and a funny walk. Charles Spencer Chaplin was born in Walworth London, England, on April 26, 1889. His first full length film was released in 1921. He died in 1977."@en
  • "A motion picture biography of the incomparable Chaplin as "The Little Tramp" who captured the hearts of the world with his comic portrayals of the little guy's contests with the machine and an alien society."@en
  • "The Count - Charlie as a nervous tailor who tries to tactfully measure a buxom customer. Latat, at a gala event, he is mistaken for a count. The Pawn Show - The tramp is an accident prone employee who in trying to prevent a robbery, ends up dropping and destroying most of the store himself. The Cure - That special magical water that cures everything turns out to be liquor."
  • "The Tramp loves a poor blind girl and, in his own bumbling way, raises the money for the operation which restores her sight."@en
  • "Collection includes 30 films starring Charlie Chaplin."
  • "The Little Tramp befriends a blind flower girl and finagles money from a pompous millionaire to pay for surgery to restore her sight. The flower girl, unaware of her benefactor's true identity, falls in love with him, but he fears she may no longer love him if she learns the truth."@en
  • "Gold Rush: In his autobiography, Chaplin reported that his first moment of inspiration for the film occurred while he was looking at a stereoscopic view of a long line of prospectors climbing up the Chilkoot Pass in Alaska's Klondike. From this single image, his imagination took flight. Subsequent reading about the Donner party's experience with cannibalism led him to one of the funniest episodes in The Gold Rush, involving the little fellow's own cooked boot and a hallucinatory chicken."
  • "The little tramp meets a beautiful blind girl who is selling flowers. She mistakes him for a wealthy duke. The tramp learns that an operation may restore her sight, so he goes to earn the money she needs. After the operation, the girl wants to meet her benefactor."@en
  • "Cinq courts métrages avec l'irrésistible Charlot : "Charlot roi", "Charlot grande coquette", "Charlot et les saucisses", "Charlot et Fatty en bombe", "L'Emigrant"..."
  • "Classic Chaplin comedy in which the Little Tramp falls in love with a blind flower girl and sets out trying to raise money in order to have her eyesight restored. (1931)."
  • "In The Circus, a tramp fleeing the police takes refuge in a circus, becomes a clown by accident, and falls for an equestrienne. In A Day's Pleasure, a man and his family set out for a pleasurable outing but encounter only mishaps in their unpredictable Model-T Ford and on a sea-sickening boat ride."@en
  • "A tramp meets a millionaire who when drunk treats him as a friend but ignores him when sober. He also wins the love of a blind girl."@en
  • "A tramp wins the love of a blind flower girl and attempts to obtain money from a millionaire to help her regain her sight."@en
  • "A tramp wins the love of a blind flower girl and attempts to obtain money from a millionaire to help her regain her sight."
  • "A blind flower girl falls in love with the little tramp and he with her. He helps her out of financial troubles through getting a job and with the aid of a rich friend. He pays for her to have an operation to restore her sight and does not know if she will still love him when she can see."@en
  • "A blind flower girl falls in love with the little tramp and he with her. He helps her out of financial troubles through getting a job and with the aid of a rich friend. He pays for her to have an operation to restore her sight and does not know if she will still love him when she can see."
  • "These videocassettes features Charlie in his best short films."
  • "A tramp wins the love of a blind flower girl."@en
  • "Sixteen short films featuring Charlie Chaplin."
  • "Charlie Chaplin in four shorts from 1917: The Adventurer, The Cure, Easy street and The Immigrant. (66 min., 1917, b&w)."@en
  • "The Red Skelton show: Comedy skits, gags, and vignettes from Red Skelton's weekly shows. (60 min., 1951, b&w)."@en
  • "The little tramp loves a poor blind girl and, in his own bumbling way, raises the money for the operation which restores her sight. Includes an interview with composer-conductor Carl Davis, who recontructed and recorded the score in honor of the Chaplin Centennial in 1989; and never-before-seen original story notes and production data."
  • ""At an outdoor dedication ceremony, a tramp is discovered sleeping in the arms of a statue as it is being unveiled before a crowd. He is chased into the city, where he meets a beautiful, blind flower girl, and buys a flower with his last coin. That night, he stops a drunken man from drowning himself. Gratefully, the man invites him to his mansion, which is presided over by a snobby butler named James and they begin to drink. The millionaire and the tramp continue their revels at a nightclub. Early the next morning, when they return home, the millionaire drunkenly offers the tramp money and the use of his Rolls Royce. The tramp uses his windfalls to help the flower girl. Because she cannot see his shabby clothes, the girl thinks her benefactor is a wealthy young man. Determined to help her, the tramp returns to the mansion, but the millionaire has sobered up and does not recognize him, so the tramp takes a job cleaning streets and gives the girl and her grandmother what money he can. By accident the tramp finds out they are behind in their rent and that there is a doctor in Vienna who can cure blindness by an expensive operation. Needing money in a hurry to help his friends, the tramp agrees to participate in a crooked boxing match for a cut of the winning purse, but his crooked partner is replaced by a legitmate fighter, who knocks him cold. Out on the streets, the tramp runs into the millionaire, who is back from Europe. Drunk again, he gladly gives the tramp $1,000 for the operation, but two crooks see the transaction and rob them. The tramp calls the police, but by the time they arrive, the crooks have vanished and the police arrest the tramp. He runs away and manages to give the money to the girl before he is taken off to jail. The girl gets her operation and opens up a successful flower shop, imagining her benefactor in every rich young man who comes into the shop. When the tramp gets out of jail, he wanders into the shop by accident. Naturally, she does not recognize him, and laughingly offers him a flower and a coin. He refuses the money, but when she presses it into his hand, she recognizes him by the feel of his skin and is moved"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940."@en
  • ""Des courts métrages de Charlie Chaplin : Charlot roi, Charlot grande coquette, Charlot et les saucisses, Charlot et Fatty en bombe, l'émigrant."
  • "The Little Tramp falls in love with a beautiful blind flower girl and befriends an eccentric millionaire who has to be drunk to recognize his friend."@en
  • "Een zwerver wordt verliefd op een blind bloemenmeisje en besluit haar te helpen."
  • "A tramp loves a blind flower girl and permits her to think of him as being quite wealthy. By accident, he succeeds in obtaining enough money for an eye-operation for her. She regains her sight, and discovers the true state of her benefactor."
  • "The Kid is a semi-autobiography about a tramp that raises an orphaned child."
  • "A tramp falls in love with a blind girl and attempts to obtain money from a millionaire to help her regain her sight."@en
  • "The film tells the story of his love for a blind flower girl, and his hot-and-cold friendship with a drunken millionaire."@en
  • "A tribute to the renowned silent movie star, Charlie Chaplin. Includes excerpts from his many films and interviews with friends and family."@en
  • "The little tramp loves a poor blind girl and, in his own bumbling way, raises the money for the operation which restores her sight."
  • "The little tramp loves a poor blind girl and, in his own bumbling way, raises the money for the operation which restores her sight."@en
  • "A collection of short comedy films starring Charlie Chaplin."
  • "Comédie pantomime musicale. Charlot, le vagabond au grand coeur, s'apitoie sur le sort d'une jeune aveugle qui vend des fleurs sur la rue et qui le prend pour un riche promeneur. Un soir, il sauve un millionnaire d'une noyade volontaire. Épris de la fleuriste, Charlot tente, en boxant ou en balayant les rues, de gagner l'argent pouvant lui permettre de faire soigner la jeune femme. Dans un moment d'ivresse, le millionnaire lui donne la somme nécessaire à une opération pour l'aveugle. Mais la police croit à un cambriolage et emprisonne Charlot. À sa sortie de prison, il apprend avec joie que sa protégée a recouvré la vue. Avec Chaplin, Virginia Cherrill, Harry Myers, Florence Lee, Allan Garcia, Hank Mann."
  • "Chaplin's comedies in their original, uncut form."
  • "Chaplin's comedies in their original, uncut form."@en
  • "The story finds Charlie, the perennial Tramp, befriending a blind flower girl who comes to believe that he's a wealthy man. When he learns that an operation can restore her sight, he sets out to earn the money, but eventually winds up in jail. While he is there, the girl has the operation and afterwards yearns to meet her benefactor."@en
  • "Follow the story of Charlie Chaplin and his rise to fame in the film industry. Experience London at the turn of the century and how it shaped Chaplin's later work."@en
  • "Fifty-eight films featuring Charlie Chaplin, including Tillie's punctured romance, The kid, Shoulder arms, A night out, A day's pleasure, Musical tramp, and Dough and dynamite."@en
  • "The Charlie Chaplin collection contains 36 silent films with production dates from 1914 through 1921. "Charlie Chaplin is considered one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of American cinema. With his trademark baggy pants, oversized shoes, tiny jacket, bowler hat, and a moustache trimmed down to tooth brush size, he took Hollywood by storm. His writing, direction and comic timing put him head and shoulders above his fellow Hollywood filmmakers"--Container."@en
  • "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 and mistakes him for a millionaire. Though this Depression-era smash was made after the advent of sound, Chaplin remained steadfast in his love for the expressive beauty of the pre-talkie form."@en
  • "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 and mistakes him for a millionaire. Though this Depression-era smash was made after the advent of sound, Chaplin remained steadfast in his love for the expressive beauty of the pre-talkie form."
  • "A collection of silent films produced, directed and written by Charlie Chaplin."
  • "A collection of silent films produced, directed and written by Charlie Chaplin."@en
  • "A tramp wins the love of a blind flower girl and attempts to obtain money from a millionaire to help her regain her sight. He eventually succeeds, even though his efforts land him in jail. While he is there, the girl has the operation and afterwards yearns to meet him."@en
  • "Charlot, le vagabond au grand coeur, s'apitoie sur le sort d'une jeune aveugle qui vend des fleurs sur la rue et qui le prend pour un riche promeneur. Un soir, il sauve un millionnaire d'une noyade volontaire. Épris de la fleuriste, Charlot tente, en boxant ou en balayant les rues, de gagner l'argent pouvant lui permettre de faire soigner la jeune femme. Dans un moment d'ivresse, le millionnaire lui donne la somme nécessaire à une opération pour l'aveugle. Mais la police croit à un cambriolage et emprisonne Charlot. À sa sortie de prison, il apprend avec joie que sa protégée a recouvré la vue."
  • "Una florista ciega (Virginia Cherrill) toma por un hombre solvente a un vagabundo (Charles Chaplin). Éste, tiernamente enamorado, intenta conseguir a toda costa el dinero necesario para la operación que puede devolver la vista a su amada. Para ello se presentará voluntario a un combate de boxeo, que ofrece como premio una sustanciosa cantidad de dinero."

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  • "The circus"
  • "City lights a comedy romance in pantomine = Luči velemesta"
  • "City lights a comedy in pantomime"
  • "Charlie Chaplin his life & work : a documentary"@en
  • "Courts métrages"
  • "Charlie Chaplin short comedy classics"
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  • "Charlie Chaplin centennial collection. The circus ; A day's pleasure"@en
  • "Charlie Chaplin a profile"@en
  • "The circus A day's pleasure"@en
  • "The circus A day's pleasure"
  • "Charles Chaplin [die Geschichte meines Lebens]"
  • "City Lights"
  • "Charlie Chaplin Radnik, Banka, Liječenje"
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  • "City lights Luces de la ciudad"
  • "City lights [Luci della città] : a comedy romance in pantomime"
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  • "City lights a comedy romance in pantomine"@en
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