Charlie Chaplin - The Great Dictator (1940) - The Barber
In The Great Dictator, Chaplin plays both leading roles - a ruthless fascist dictator, and a persecuted Jewish barber. In this classic scene, Chaplin shaves a customer to Brahms’ Hungarian Dance No. 5.
Charlie Chaplin - Modern Times (1936) - Coffee
For a comedy video scene involving rumbling stomachs, Charlie created the noises himself by blowing bubbles into a pail of water. The fact that Chaplin was sufficiently keen to create the effects himself in this way suggests the extent to which he was intrigued by sound problems at this time.
Charlie Chaplin - The Kid (1921) - Fight Scene
Watch this Charlie Chaplin funny video from The Kid Movie.The Kid is a 1921 American noiseless comic drama dramatization film composed by, created by, coordinated by, and featuring Charlie Chaplin, and elements Jackie Coogan as his received child and sidekick.
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Charlie Chaplin - The Count (1916) - Taking Measurements
The Count was Charlie Chaplin’s 5th film for Mutual Films. Co-starring Eric Campbell and Edna Purviance, this comedy clips are about Charlie and his boss finding an invitation to a party from a real Count (1916).
Charlie Chaplin - The Immigrant (1917) - Eating Beans
In this comedy clips Chaplin's character is a man who has never been in a restaurant before and displays terrible table manners. He orders a plate of beans, and eats his food in such a manner that the man next to him walks off from the table!
Charlie Chaplin - The Rink (1916) - Bartender
Charlie employs an unorthodox approach to his work. He shakes an unusual cocktail; his whole body does a shimmy while the cocktail shaker remains immobile in his hands.