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List of Charlie Chaplin Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Circus (1928)
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6
The Circus
46
6

The Circus is a silent film which tells the story of a circus ringmaster who is going through financial problems. He hires the Little Tramp as a clown, but he soon comes to know that he can only be funny unintentionally.  

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Garcia Al Ernest, Merna Kennedy, Harry Crocker, George Davis
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Awards:
Academy Award for
2. Modern Times (1936)
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23
Modern Times
G
145
23

Charlie Chaplin's iconic Little Tramp returns as a factory worker dealing with the challenges of a modern and industrialised world. The silent comedy film, written and directed by Chaplin, is a commentary on the socio-economic problems that arose during the Great Depression.

Role:
A Factory Worker
Starring:
Paulette Goddard, Charles Chaplin, Henry Bergman, Tiny Sandford, Chester Conklin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
3. The Kid (1921)
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14
The Kid
85
14

A married mother abandons her child in a car with the note, that someone should care for him better when the father loses interest. The car is stolen and the thieves abandon the baby. The Tramp played by Charlie Chaplin rescues the child and raises him until fate reunites the mother and child.  

Role:
A Tramp
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Carl Miller, Edna Purviance, Jackie Coogan, Albert Austin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
4. The Gold Rush (1925)
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14
The Gold Rush
76
14

Charlie Chaplin stars as the Lone Prospector in search of gold during the Klondike Gold Rush. Trapped in a cabin with another successful prospector, Big Jim, and a fugitive criminal, the three try to survive the harsh winter. Later the Lone Prospector falls in love with a barmaid and his fortunes change for the better. 

Role:
The Lone Prospector
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Henry Bergman, Malcolm Waite
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
5. City Lights (1931)
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23
City Lights
130
23

A Tramp falls in love with a blind flower girl and utilizes his occasional friendship with a wealthy alcoholic man to help her with her eye operation, but ends up in jail following an unfortunate mix-up. After being released, he finds out that the girl, now with eyesight restored, waits eagerly for her presumably wealthy and handsome benefactor.

Role:
A Tramp
Starring:
Jean Harlow, Charles Chaplin, Virginia Cherrill, Florence Lee, Harry Myers, Garcia Al Ernest
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
6. Limelight (1952)
30
5
Limelight
TV-G
30
5

Terry, a ballet dancer, is depressed over her failed career and attempts suicide. However, a once-famous stage clown Calvero rescues her. They become friends and give each other a purpose in their lives. Terry eventually starts liking him, and proposes marriage, but Calvero feels that this is not a good idea due to their age gap.  

Role:
Calvero
Starring:
Geraldine Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Charles Chaplin, Claire Bloom, Nigel Bruce, Sydney Chaplin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Music, Original Dramatic Score
7. The Great Dictator (1940)
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The Great Dictator
121
22

An amnesiac Jewish barber escapes from a hospital two decades after getting injured in WWI and sets shop in the Jewish ghetto of Tomainia, unaware of dictator Adenoid Hynkel's policy towards Jews or uncanny resemblance with him. He gets involved in the rebellion to support his feisty neighbor Hannah and eventually lands on a podium meant for Hynkel.

Role:
Hynkel - Dictator of Tomania / A Jewish Barber
Starring:
Paulette Goddard, Charles Chaplin, Jack Oakie, Reginald Gardiner, Henry Daniell, Billy Gilbert
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
8. Pay Day (1922)
24
5
Pay Day
TV-G
24
5
Role:
Laborer
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Phyllis Allen, Mack Swain, Edna Purviance, Syd Chaplin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
9. A Dog's Life (1918)
24
5
A Dog's Life
24
5

A poor tramp saves a stray dog, and despite the fact that he doesn’t even have enough money for food, he decides to keep the dog. Things change when the dog digs up a wallet filled with money that was buried by a group of criminals.

Role:
Tramp
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Dave Anderson, Bert Appling, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
10. Monsieur Verdoux (1947)
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8
Monsieur Verdoux
26
8

Monsieur Verdoux is a family man who loses his job. In order to support his family, he decides to marry rich widows using various aliases, and then murder them for their money. Although his scheme works, problem arises when his fourteenth victim seems impossible to kill.

Role:
Henri Verdoux - Alias Varnay - Alias Bonheur - Alias Floray
Starring:
William Frawley, Charles Chaplin, Mady Correll, Allison Roddan, Robert Lewis, Audrey Betz
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
11. The Adventurer (1917)
16
4
The Adventurer
16
4
Role:
The Convict
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Henry Bergman, Albert Austin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
12. Easy Street (1917)
12
3
Easy Street
12
3
Role:
The Derelict
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Albert Austin, Lloyd Bacon
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
13. The Immigrant (1917)
19
6
The Immigrant
19
6

The Immigrant is a short romantic comedy film which revolves around an immigrant, The Little Tramp, who arrives in American after enduring a challenging voyage. He soon befriends a woman, but he also finds himself in one problem after another.

Role:
Immigrant
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
14. The Charlie Chaplin Festival (1941)
10
3
The Charlie Chaplin Festival
10
3

This film comprises of four Chaplin short films from 1917 which are presented with music and sound effects.

Role:
Various Roles
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Albert Austin, Lloyd Bacon, Henry Bergman, Kitty Bradbury
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
15. The Chaplin Cavalcade (1941)
10
3
The Chaplin Cavalcade
10
3

The Chaplin Cavalcade is an anthology film which consists of four Charlie Chaplin short films, in which the protagonist gets into hilarious situations.

Role:
Various Roles
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Albert Austin, Lloyd Bacon, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
16. Shoulder Arms (1918)
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4
Shoulder Arms
12
4

Shoulder Arms is a war comedy short film which tells the story of a soldier named Charlie, who is posted to the frontlines in France during the World War I. By disguising himself as a tree trunk, he manages to get thirteen German soldiers captured. He also manages to capture the Kaiser as well as the Crown Prince. Therefore, Charlie soon becomes a national hero. However, he soon wakes up and realizes that it was all a dream.

Role:
Doughboy
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Syd Chaplin, Loyal Underwood, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
17. The Pilgrim (1923)
10
3
The Pilgrim
TV-G
10
3
Role:
The Pilgrim / Lefty Lombard
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Syd Chaplin, Mai Wells, Dean Riesner
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
18. The Idle Class (1921)
9
3
The Idle Class
TV-G
9
3
Role:
Tramp / Husband
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Charles Aber, Joe Anderson, Laura Anson
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
19. The Cure (1917)
10
3
The Cure
10
3
Role:
The Inebriate
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Henry Bergman, John Rand
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
20. The Pawnshop (1916)
10
3
The Pawnshop
TV-G
10
3
Role:
Pawnbroker's assistant
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Henry Bergman, Edna Purviance, John Rand, Albert Austin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
21. One A.M. (1916)
12
3
One A.M.
TV-G
12
3
Role:
Drunk
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Albert Austin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
22. A King in New York (1957)
13
4
A King in New York
TV-PG
13
4

After being deposed, a European monarch seeks shelter in New York City. After some time, he even accidentally becomes a celebrity. However, things get complicated when he is wrongly suspected and accused of being a communist.

Role:
King Shahdov
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Maxine Audley, Jerry Desmonde, Oliver Johnston, Dawn Addams
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
23. The Rink (1916)
11
4
The Rink
TV-G
11
4
Role:
A Waiter - Posing as Sir Cecil Seltzer
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, James T. Kelley, Eric Campbell, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
24. Charlie Chaplin Carnival (1938)
9
3
Charlie Chaplin Carnival
9
3

This film is a combination of four comedy films starring Charlie Chaplin. In the first one, he plays a stagehand working in a movie studio. In the second one, he plays a tailor’s assistant, who poses as the secretary of a count, to impress a wealthy woman. In the third one, he plays a man trying to save a girl from a burning house, and in the last one, he plays a poor violinist trying to reunite a gypsy girl with her mother.

Role:
Various Roles
Starring:
Eric Campbell, Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Leo White
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
25. The Tramp (1915)
10
4
The Tramp
TV-G
10
4
Role:
Tramp
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Lloyd Bacon, Bud Jamison, Paddy McGuire
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
26. The Vagabond (1916)
11
3
The Vagabond
11
3
Role:
Street musician
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Leo White, Lloyd Bacon
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
27. Behind the Screen (1916)
10
3
Behind the Screen
TV-G
10
3
Role:
David - His Assistant
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Eric Campbell, Edna Purviance, Albert Austin, Lloyd Bacon
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
28. Sunnyside (1919)
9
4
Sunnyside
9
4
Role:
Farm Handyman
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Olive Ann Alcorn, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
29. The Champion (1915)
9
4
The Champion
9
4
Role:
Challenger
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, Billy Armstrong, Lloyd Bacon, Bill Cato
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
30. The Bank (1915)
9
3
The Bank
TV-G
9
3
Role:
Janitor
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Billy Armstrong, Carl Stockdale, Charles Inslee
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
31. A Day's Pleasure (1919)
9
4
A Day's Pleasure
TV-G
9
4
Role:
Father
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, C. Allen, Naomi Bailey, Sallie Barr
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
32. The Floorwalker (1916)
9
4
The Floorwalker
TV-G
9
4
Role:
Impecuneous Customer
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Eric Campbell, Edna Purviance, Lloyd Bacon, Albert Austin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
33. The Count (1916)
9
4
The Count
9
4
Role:
His Assistant
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Eric Campbell, Edna Purviance, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
34. The Fireman (1916)
9
4
The Fireman
TV-G
9
4
Role:
Fireman
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Lloyd Bacon, Eric Campbell, Leo White
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
35. A Night in the Show (1915)
10
4
A Night in the Show
10
4
Role:
Mr. Pest / Mr. Rowdy - in the Balcony
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Phyllis Allen, Lloyd Bacon, Lawrence A. Bowes, George Cleethorpe
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
36. Police (1916)
9
4
Police
9
4
Role:
Convict 999 Alias Charlie
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Wesley Ruggles, John Rand, Billy Armstrong
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
37. Chase Me Charlie (1918)
8
3
Chase Me Charlie
8
3

Chase me Charlie is an anthology short film which consists of excerpts from several of short films of Charlie Chaplin, including The Tramp, In the Park, etc.

Role:
Charlie
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Leo White, Ben Turpin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin, Langford Reed
38. A Woman (1915)
8
4
A Woman
TV-G
8
4
Role:
Gentleman / 'Nora Nettlerash'
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Marta Golden, Charles Inslee, Edna Purviance
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
39. Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914)
9
4
Tillie's Punctured Romance
9
4
Role:
The City Slicker
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Marie Dressler, Mabel Normand, Mack Swain, Charles Bennett
Directed By:
Mack Sennett, Charles Bennett
40. His Trysting Place (1914)
8
4
His Trysting Place
8
4

This silent short comedy film tells the story of Clarence, who takes another man’s coat at a restaurant accidentally. This leads his wife to think that he has a mistress. 

Role:
the Husband Clarence
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Mack Swain, Phyllis Allen, Helen Carruthers
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
41. The Rounders (1914)
9
4
The Rounders
9
4
Role:
1st Reveller
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Phyllis Allen, Minta Durfee, John Al St.
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
42. Work (1915)
7
4
Work
7
4
Role:
Izzy A. Wake's Assistant
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Marta Golden, Charles Inslee, Paddy McGuire
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
43. Shanghaied (1915)
7
4
Shanghaied
TV-G
7
4
Role:
Tramp
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Lawrence A. Bowes, Fred Goodwins, Lee Hill
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
44. The New Janitor (1914)
7
4
The New Janitor
7
4

Charlie Chaplin gets a job as the new janitor of a bank and gets fired after accidentally dropping a bucket of water on his boss. Meanwhile, a manager with unpaid gambling debts decides to steal from the company. The janitor ends up foiling the robbery and receiving a reward after a few humorous disasters. 

Role:
Janitor
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, John T. Dillon, John Al St., Glen Cavender, Jess Dandy
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
45. His New Job (1915)
7
4
His New Job
TV-G
7
4
Role:
Film Extra
Starring:
Gloria Swanson, Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Agnes Ayres, Arthur W. Bates, Robert Bolder
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
46. The Professor (1919)
7
4
The Professor
7
4

In this rare unreleased film, Charlie Chaplin is Professor Bosco, proprietor of a flea circus, who stays at a flophouse for night. After putting his fleas in their box, he retires for the night, but accidently topples the box. As all fleas run around pestering other guests, he somehow manages to get them back. Then a stray dog opens it once again…..

Role:
Professor Bosco
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman, Loyal Underwood, Tom Wilson
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
47. A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)
8
5
A Countess from Hong Kong
G
8
5
Starring:
Tippi Hedren, Sophia Loren, Marlon Brando, Geraldine Chaplin, Charles Chaplin, Sydney Chaplin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
48. A Burlesque on Carmen (1915)
7
4
A Burlesque on Carmen
7
4
Role:
Officer Darn Hosiery
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Charles Chaplin, Lawrence A. Bowes, Frank J. Coleman, Fred Goodwins
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin, Leo White
49. The Masquerader (1914)
7
4
The Masquerader
7
4

Charlie Chaplin, who also wrote and directed this 13 minute film, plays the role of man who gets thrown out of a film set after creating a mischief. He returns to the studio, this time as a beautiful lady and is instantly hired for the lead role. However, the playful Chaplin soon reveals his own disguise and is fired again.

Role:
Film Actor / Beautiful Stranger
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Chester Conklin, Charles Murray, Jess Dandy
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
50. A Jitney Elopement (1915)
7
4
A Jitney Elopement
TV-G
7
4

Written, directed and starred by Charlie Chaplin, the film focuses on Charlie’s escapades as he tries to rescue his true love from an arranged marriage to a wealthy count. On receiving the note from the girl, he goes to her house impersonating as the count; but is roughly thrown out when the true count arrives. Undeterred, he continues to hang around looking for opportunities.   

Role:
Suitor - the Fake Count
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Lloyd Bacon, Fred Goodwins, Bud Jamison
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
51. His New Profession (1914)
7
4
His New Profession
7
4

The Charlie Chaplin silent movie revolves around Charlie accepting the responsibility of wheeling his elderly physically disabled uncle around. However, he fails to control the wheelchair and runs into a girl carrying eggs. Additionally, his schemes to earn some extra money land him in trouble. 

Role:
Charlie
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Charley Chase, Peggy Page, Jess Dandy, Cecile Arnold
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
52. Dough and Dynamite (1914)
7
4
Dough and Dynamite
7
4

Charlie Chaplin and Chester Conklin work as the waiter at a restaurant. Inept and comically careless, Charlie never fails to enrage the customers.  In spite of that, he is transferred to the bakery section when the bakers there go on strike. Here too he continues to upset others with his ineptness. But the climax is reached when the enraged bakers put dynamite in the dough. 

Role:
a Waiter Pierre
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Chester Conklin, Fritz Schade, Norma Nichols, Peggy Page
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
53. His Musical Career (1914)
6
4
His Musical Career
6
4

Charlie and his friend Mike are asked by a piano store owner to deliver a piano to Mr. Rich at 666 Prospect Street. They must also repossess another piano from Mr. Poor at 999 Prospect Street. Incredulous amusement ensues as they do exactly the opposite after mixing up the addresses. 

Role:
Charlie aka Tom - Piano Mover
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain, Fritz Schade, Cecile Arnold, Charley Chase
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
54. A Night Out (1915)
6
4
A Night Out
TV-G
6
4
Role:
Reveller
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Charles Allen Dealey, Frank Dolan, W. Coleman Elam, Earl Esola
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
55. By the Sea (1915)
6
4
By the Sea
TV-G
6
4
Role:
Stroller
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Ed Armstrong, Bud Jamison, Paddy McGuire
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
56. Caught in a Cabaret (1914)
6
4
Caught in a Cabaret
TV-G
6
4

The short comedy sees Charlie Chaplin playing a clumsy waiter who pretends to be the Ambassador of Greece to impress a woman. However, his efforts earn him the jealousy of the woman’s boyfriend, leading to hilarious outcomes. 

Role:
Waiter
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Dan Albert, Phyllis Allen, Glen Cavender
Directed By:
Mabel Normand
57. Twenty Minutes of Love (1914)
6
4
Twenty Minutes of Love
6
4

This 1914 silent short film follows Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp as he snoops around the ardent couples in the park. He tries to imitate a couple by embracing and kissing a park tree. Then a stolen watch brings a policeman to the scene creating chaos with everyone ending up into the Westlake Park Lake, except the Tramp and the girl he met there. 

Role:
Pickpocket
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Minta Durfee, Edgar Kennedy, Gordon Griffith, Chester Conklin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin, Joseph Maddern
58. Caught in the Rain (1914)
6
4
Caught in the Rain
6
4

A humorous comedy of errors happens when Charlie Chaplin in his famous tramp persona tries to woo a married woman and is confronted by her husband. Much hilarity ensues when all three of them end up in the same hotel and the sleepwalking woman ends up in the drunken tramp’s bed. 

Role:
Tipsy Hotel Guest
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain, Alice Davenport, Alice Howell, Helen Carruthers
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
59. Her Friend the Bandit (1914)
6
4
Her Friend the Bandit
6
4

Her Friend the Bandit is a comedy short film which tells the story of a bandit who develops a liking for a young woman Mabel. When the latter hosts a party, he attends as a French count, but his behavior shocks the other guests attending the party.

Role:
Bandit
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Charles Murray, Glen Cavender, William Hauber
Directed By:
Mack Sennett
60. Kid Auto Races at Venice (1914)
6
4
Kid Auto Races at Venice
6
4
Role:
Tramp
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Henry Lehrman, Gordon Griffith
Directed By:
Henry Lehrman
61. Laughing Gas (1914)
6
4
Laughing Gas
6
4

Charlie Chaplin, a dentist’s assistant, is called in when the dentist fails to awaken his patient after laughing gas anesthesia, but Chaplin ends up clubbing him on his head. When sent to fetch prescription, Chaplin gets into many fights with bricks flying around, resulting in more dental patients. Chaplin continues creating more laughs with these patients and also, with pretty female patients. 

Role:
Dentist's Assistant
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Fritz Schade, Alice Howell, Slim Summerville, Josef Swickard
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
62. Mabel's Married Life (1914)
6
4
Mabel's Married Life
6
4

In this Keystone Studio’s silent comedy film, Mabel hangs a boxing dummy in her house after her husband Charlie is unable to protect her from the undesired attention from a man in a park. When Charlie returns home drunk, he assumes that the dummy is the man from park and thrashes it until Mabel finally makes him understand that it is not so.

Role:
Mabel's Husband
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Mack Swain, Eva Nelson, Hank Mann
Directed By:
Mack Sennett
63. Mabel at the Wheel (1914)
6
4
Mabel at the Wheel
6
4

Charlie plans to sabotage the race and car of his racing rival after he steals away Charlie’s love interest Mabel. When Charlie gets his rival kidnapped, Mabel puts on his clothes and decides to race in his stead. As the race progresses Charlie employs one after another tactic unsuccessfully to sabotage Mabel’s race. 

Role:
Villain
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Harry McCoy, Chester Conklin, Mack Sennett
Directed By:
Mabel Normand, Mack Sennett
64. Gentlemen of Nerve (1914)
6
4
Gentlemen of Nerve
6
4

The silent comedy follows Mabel as she goes with her beau to an auto-race where they meet Mr. Wow-wow and his friend. While trying to enter the raceway through a gap in fence, Wow-wow’s friend gets stuck just as a policeman arrives, who is distracted by Wow-wow’s capers. Mabel is now not interested in her beau. But will Wow-wow get the girl?  

Role:
Track Fanatic Mr. Wow-Woe
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Chester Conklin, Mack Swain, Phyllis Allen
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
65. The Property Man (1914)
6
4
The Property Man
6
4

The Property Man is a 1914 Charlie Chaplin short comedy film, which shows Chaplin being in charge of stage ‘props’ and also has trouble with the actors’ luggage and conflicts over who gets the dressing room of the star. 

Role:
The Property Man
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Phyllis Allen, Charles Bennett, Jess Dandy, Alice Davenport
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
66. In the Park (1915)
6
4
In the Park
6
4
Role:
Charlie
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Leona Anderson, Billy Armstrong, Lloyd Bacon, Bud Jamison
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
67. A Film Johnnie (1914)
7
4
A Film Johnnie
7
4
Role:
The Film Johnnie
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Peggy Pearce, Mabel Normand, Ford Sterling
Directed By:
George Nichols
68. Getting Acquainted (1914)
7
4
Getting Acquainted
7
4

Charlie Chaplin portrays Mr. Sniffels in this silent comedy. He is out for a walk with his domineering wife Mrs. Sniffels when he falls for the pretty Mabel. When the woman’s husband Ambrose arrives he tries to woo Mrs. Sniffels. Both men are turned down by the women and garner the attention of a policeman.  

Role:
Mr. Sniffels
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Phyllis Allen, Mack Swain, Mabel Normand, Harry McCoy
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
69. Making a Living (1914)
7
4
Making a Living
TV-G
7
4
Role:
Swindler
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Emma Bell Clifton, Chester Conklin, Alice Davenport, Minta Durfee
Directed By:
Henry Lehrman
70. Mabel's Strange Predicament (1914)
7
4
Mabel's Strange Predicament
7
4
Role:
Drunk
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Chester Conklin, Alice Davenport, Harry McCoy
Directed By:
Mabel Normand
71. Those Love Pangs (1914)
6
4
Those Love Pangs
6
4

This Charlie Chaplin film opens with Masher and Rival fighting for the attention of the landlady. When their mission fails Masher goes to a bar where he meets a blonde; but runs away to the park when her tall boyfriend appears. There he finds Rival with a brunette and feels jealous. His envy increases many fold when the tall man comes to the same park with the blonde.  . 

Role:
Masher
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Chester Conklin, Cecile Arnold, Vivian Edwards, Peggy Page
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
72. Mabel's Busy Day (1914)
6
4
Mabel's Busy Day
TV-G
6
4

Entrepreneurial hot dogs seller Mabel is trying to sell hot dogs at a car race. When she leaves her box of hot dogs and goes away for a minute, Charlie Chaplin’s character, a tipsy good-for-nothing, finds the box and gives away the hot dogs for free. A hilarious police chase ensues.  

Role:
Tipsy Nuisance
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Dan Albert, Charles Avery, Billie Bennett
Directed By:
Mack Sennett
73. The Fatal Mallet (1914)
6
4
The Fatal Mallet
6
4

Three men are vying for the affections of Mabel. Charlie Chaplin in his famous tramp persona is one of the suitors who teams up with another to beat the third. They play dirty tricks including throwing bricks and using a mallet. But when the tramp double-crosses his partner, he ends up losing the girl as well. 

Role:
Mabel's Rival Suitor
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Mack Sennett, Mack Swain, Gordon Griffith
Directed By:
Mack Sennett
74. Between Showers (1914)
6
4
Between Showers
6
4
Role:
Masher
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Ford Sterling, Chester Conklin, Edward Nolan, Peggy Pearce
Directed By:
Henry Lehrman
75. Cruel, Cruel Love (1914)
6
4
Cruel, Cruel Love
6
4

The silent comedy starring the iconic Charlie Chaplin finds him playing the role of upper-class gentleman Lord Helpus, who drinks what he believes to be a glass of poison but is actually water, after being dumped by his girlfriend. 

Role:
Lord Helpus / Mr. Dovey
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edgar Kennedy, Minta Durfee, Eva Nelson, Glen Cavender
Directed By:
George Nichols, Mack Sennett
76. The Star Boarder (1914)
5
4
The Star Boarder
5
4

Also known as The Landlady's Pet, the film portrays Charlie Chaplin as a resident of a boarding house. All other boarders are jealous of him because he is the favorite of the land lord’s wife and so they try to frighten him with a dummy; but by a quirk of fate it actually makes him a hero.   

Role:
The Star Boarder
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Minta Durfee, Edgar Kennedy, Gordon Griffith, Alice Davenport
Directed By:
George Nichols
77. His Prehistoric Past (1914)
5
4
His Prehistoric Past
5
4

The film starts with Charlie falling asleep in a park. The story then moves to a prehistoric kingdom, ruled by King Low Brow, who maintains a large harem. Shortly, Charlie enters the scene trying to light his pipe and develops an affair with the king’s favorite wife, proclaiming himself the ruler once the king falls from a cliff and is presumed dead. 

Role:
Weakchin
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain, May Wallace, Gene Marsh, Fritz Schade
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
78. Tango Tangle (1914)
5
4
Tango Tangle
5
4

This twelve minute short Keystone comedy presents the popularity of tango in the early twentieth century. At a dance hall, a drunk Charlie Chaplin attempts to woo a hat check girl. However, he faces competition when a bandleader and another musician too try to attract the attention of the girl.

Role:
Tipsy Dancer
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Ford Sterling, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Chester Conklin, Minta Durfee
Directed By:
Mack Sennett
79. The Face on the Barroom Floor (1914)
5
4
The Face on the Barroom Floor
5
4

Loosely based on the poem of the same name, this Charlie Chaplin short film depicts the story of a prosperous painter, who becomes a destitute after losing his beloved to one of his wealthy clients. Months later, he sees her in a park and goes to a sailors’ bar, where he becomes drunk and tries to draw her face on the barroom floor before passing out. 

Role:
Artist
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Cecile Arnold, Jess Dandy, Vivian Edwards, Edward Nolan
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
80. Triple Trouble (1918)
5
4
Triple Trouble
5
4

Charlie Chaplin plays a janitor who takes up a job in the house of munitions manufacturer Colonel Nutt. As a spy, the Count arrives to steal Nutt’s latest invention, the janitor makes life difficult for everyone. When a pickpocket joins the Count to steal the invention, and the police get involved, complete pandemonium breaks out. 

Role:
Charlie - The Janitor
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Albert Austin, Bud Jamison, James T. Kelley
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin, Leo White
81. His Favorite Pastime (1914)
5
4
His Favorite Pastime
5
4

In this short, Charlie Chaplin plays a very drunk person who meets a woman in a bar and then tries to woo her. Later, he tries his luck by following the woman home, only to become a nuisance for everyone.  

Role:
Drunken Masher
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Peggy Pearce, Frank Opperman, Helen Carruthers
Directed By:
George Nichols
82. Recreation (1914)
5
4
Recreation
5
4

Feeling lonely, Charlie Chaplin is about to drown himself in the park lake, but after noticing a pretty girl, he tries to woo her. However, her seaman boyfriend doesn’t like this and the two men get into a brick fight. Before long, two police officers are involved in this fight. The chaos end when all the concerned parties land in the lake. 

Role:
Tramp
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Charles Bennett, Helen Carruthers, Edwin Frazee, Edward Nolan
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
83. A Busy Day (1914)
5
4
A Busy Day
5
4

The movie follows a wife played by Charlie Chaplin, who becomes jealous of her husband’s attention to another woman during a parade. She chases the couple, attacks them, and interrupts a film set, until the husband finally manages to get rid of her.

Role:
The Wife
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain, Phyllis Allen, Ted Edwards, Billy Gilbert
Directed By:
Mack Sennett
84. Camille (1926)
4
4
Camille
4
4

Camille is a 1926 short silent film which was loosely based on a French novel named La Dame aux Camélias. The film revolves around a group of people drinking real alcohol during prohibition.

Starring:
Ethel Barrymore, Charles Chaplin, Paul Robeson, Sinclair Lewis, Anita Loos, George Jean Nathan
Directed By:
Ralph Barton
85. Nice and Friendly (1922)
4
4
Nice and Friendly
4
4

A number of crooks are planning to steal Lady Mountbatten’s pearl necklace. Therefore, Charlie Chaplin is called, in order to hunt down the crooks, which he does with the help of a wooden hammer. 

Role:
Tramp
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Jackie Coogan, Edwina Mountbatten, Louis Mountbatten, Eulalia Neilson
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
86. His Regeneration (1915)
4
4
His Regeneration
TV-G
4
4
Role:
A Customer
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, Lee Willard, Marguerite Clayton, Hazel Applegate
Directed By:
Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson

Director

Modern Times (1936)
89
16
Modern Times
G
89
16

Charlie Chaplin's iconic Little Tramp returns as a factory worker dealing with the challenges of a modern and industrialised world. The silent comedy film, written and directed by Chaplin, is a commentary on the socio-economic problems that arose during the Great Depression.

Starring:
Paulette Goddard, Charles Chaplin, Henry Bergman, Tiny Sandford, Chester Conklin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
City Lights (1931)
71
12
City Lights
71
12

A Tramp falls in love with a blind flower girl and utilizes his occasional friendship with a wealthy alcoholic man to help her with her eye operation, but ends up in jail following an unfortunate mix-up. After being released, he finds out that the girl, now with eyesight restored, waits eagerly for her presumably wealthy and handsome benefactor.

Starring:
Jean Harlow, Charles Chaplin, Virginia Cherrill, Florence Lee, Harry Myers, Garcia Al Ernest
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Great Dictator (1940)
83
16
The Great Dictator
83
16

An amnesiac Jewish barber escapes from a hospital two decades after getting injured in WWI and sets shop in the Jewish ghetto of Tomainia, unaware of dictator Adenoid Hynkel's policy towards Jews or uncanny resemblance with him. He gets involved in the rebellion to support his feisty neighbor Hannah and eventually lands on a podium meant for Hynkel.

Starring:
Paulette Goddard, Charles Chaplin, Jack Oakie, Reginald Gardiner, Henry Daniell, Billy Gilbert
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Kid (1921)
51
10
The Kid
51
10

A married mother abandons her child in a car with the note, that someone should care for him better when the father loses interest. The car is stolen and the thieves abandon the baby. The Tramp played by Charlie Chaplin rescues the child and raises him until fate reunites the mother and child.  

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Carl Miller, Edna Purviance, Jackie Coogan, Albert Austin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Gold Rush (1925)
45
10
The Gold Rush
45
10

Charlie Chaplin stars as the Lone Prospector in search of gold during the Klondike Gold Rush. Trapped in a cabin with another successful prospector, Big Jim, and a fugitive criminal, the three try to survive the harsh winter. Later the Lone Prospector falls in love with a barmaid and his fortunes change for the better. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Henry Bergman, Malcolm Waite
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Circus (1928)
20
5
The Circus
20
5

The Circus is a silent film which tells the story of a circus ringmaster who is going through financial problems. He hires the Little Tramp as a clown, but he soon comes to know that he can only be funny unintentionally.  

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Garcia Al Ernest, Merna Kennedy, Harry Crocker, George Davis
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Awards:
Academy Award for
Limelight (1952)
16
4
Limelight
TV-G
16
4

Terry, a ballet dancer, is depressed over her failed career and attempts suicide. However, a once-famous stage clown Calvero rescues her. They become friends and give each other a purpose in their lives. Terry eventually starts liking him, and proposes marriage, but Calvero feels that this is not a good idea due to their age gap.  

Starring:
Geraldine Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Charles Chaplin, Claire Bloom, Nigel Bruce, Sydney Chaplin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Music, Original Dramatic Score
Monsieur Verdoux (1947)
14
4
Monsieur Verdoux
14
4

Monsieur Verdoux is a family man who loses his job. In order to support his family, he decides to marry rich widows using various aliases, and then murder them for their money. Although his scheme works, problem arises when his fourteenth victim seems impossible to kill.

Starring:
William Frawley, Charles Chaplin, Mady Correll, Allison Roddan, Robert Lewis, Audrey Betz
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Chaplin Revue (1959)
10
3
The Chaplin Revue
10
3

It is a collection of three silent movies featuring Charlie Chaplin. In A Dog's Life, the tramp’s life is compared to a stray dog, in Shoulder Arms, he plays a recruit who becomes a hero against the Nazis, and in The Pilgrim, he is an escaped convict who is mistakenly appointed the town’s pastor. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman, Syd Chaplin, Edna Purviance
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
A Dog's Life (1918)
12
3
A Dog's Life
12
3

A poor tramp saves a stray dog, and despite the fact that he doesn’t even have enough money for food, he decides to keep the dog. Things change when the dog digs up a wallet filled with money that was buried by a group of criminals.

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Dave Anderson, Bert Appling, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Immigrant (1917)
11
3
The Immigrant
11
3

The Immigrant is a short romantic comedy film which revolves around an immigrant, The Little Tramp, who arrives in American after enduring a challenging voyage. He soon befriends a woman, but he also finds himself in one problem after another.

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Easy Street (1917)
10
3
Easy Street
10
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Albert Austin, Lloyd Bacon
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Pay Day (1922)
9
3
Pay Day
TV-G
9
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Phyllis Allen, Mack Swain, Edna Purviance, Syd Chaplin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Charlie Chaplin Festival (1941)
8
3
The Charlie Chaplin Festival
8
3

This film comprises of four Chaplin short films from 1917 which are presented with music and sound effects.

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Albert Austin, Lloyd Bacon, Henry Bergman, Kitty Bradbury
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Chaplin Cavalcade (1941)
8
3
The Chaplin Cavalcade
8
3

The Chaplin Cavalcade is an anthology film which consists of four Charlie Chaplin short films, in which the protagonist gets into hilarious situations.

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Albert Austin, Lloyd Bacon, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Shoulder Arms (1918)
10
3
Shoulder Arms
10
3

Shoulder Arms is a war comedy short film which tells the story of a soldier named Charlie, who is posted to the frontlines in France during the World War I. By disguising himself as a tree trunk, he manages to get thirteen German soldiers captured. He also manages to capture the Kaiser as well as the Crown Prince. Therefore, Charlie soon becomes a national hero. However, he soon wakes up and realizes that it was all a dream.

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Syd Chaplin, Loyal Underwood, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Pilgrim (1923)
10
3
The Pilgrim
TV-G
10
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Syd Chaplin, Mai Wells, Dean Riesner
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Adventurer (1917)
9
3
The Adventurer
9
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Henry Bergman, Albert Austin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Idle Class (1921)
9
3
The Idle Class
TV-G
9
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Charles Aber, Joe Anderson, Laura Anson
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Cure (1917)
9
3
The Cure
9
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Henry Bergman, John Rand
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Pawnshop (1916)
9
3
The Pawnshop
TV-G
9
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Henry Bergman, Edna Purviance, John Rand, Albert Austin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
One A.M. (1916)
9
3
One A.M.
TV-G
9
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Albert Austin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
A King in New York (1957)
10
4
A King in New York
TV-PG
10
4

After being deposed, a European monarch seeks shelter in New York City. After some time, he even accidentally becomes a celebrity. However, things get complicated when he is wrongly suspected and accused of being a communist.

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Maxine Audley, Jerry Desmonde, Oliver Johnston, Dawn Addams
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Rink (1916)
9
3
The Rink
TV-G
9
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, James T. Kelley, Eric Campbell, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin Carnival (1938)
8
3
Charlie Chaplin Carnival
8
3

This film is a combination of four comedy films starring Charlie Chaplin. In the first one, he plays a stagehand working in a movie studio. In the second one, he plays a tailor’s assistant, who poses as the secretary of a count, to impress a wealthy woman. In the third one, he plays a man trying to save a girl from a burning house, and in the last one, he plays a poor violinist trying to reunite a gypsy girl with her mother.

Starring:
Eric Campbell, Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Leo White
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate (1923)
9
4
A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate
TV-PG
9
4
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Clarence Geldart, Carl Miller, Lydia Knott
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Tramp (1915)
8
3
The Tramp
TV-G
8
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Lloyd Bacon, Bud Jamison, Paddy McGuire
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Vagabond (1916)
8
3
The Vagabond
8
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Leo White, Lloyd Bacon
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Behind the Screen (1916)
8
3
Behind the Screen
TV-G
8
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Eric Campbell, Edna Purviance, Albert Austin, Lloyd Bacon
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Sunnyside (1919)
8
3
Sunnyside
8
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Olive Ann Alcorn, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Champion (1915)
8
3
The Champion
8
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Gilbert M. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, Billy Armstrong, Lloyd Bacon, Bill Cato
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Bank (1915)
8
3
The Bank
TV-G
8
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Billy Armstrong, Carl Stockdale, Charles Inslee
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
A Day's Pleasure (1919)
8
4
A Day's Pleasure
TV-G
8
4
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, C. Allen, Naomi Bailey, Sallie Barr
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Floorwalker (1916)
7
3
The Floorwalker
TV-G
7
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Eric Campbell, Edna Purviance, Lloyd Bacon, Albert Austin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Count (1916)
8
3
The Count
8
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Eric Campbell, Edna Purviance, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Fireman (1916)
7
3
The Fireman
TV-G
7
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Lloyd Bacon, Eric Campbell, Leo White
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
A Night in the Show (1915)
7
3
A Night in the Show
7
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Phyllis Allen, Lloyd Bacon, Lawrence A. Bowes, George Cleethorpe
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Police (1916)
7
3
Police
7
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Wesley Ruggles, John Rand, Billy Armstrong
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Chase Me Charlie (1918)
7
3
Chase Me Charlie
7
3

Chase me Charlie is an anthology short film which consists of excerpts from several of short films of Charlie Chaplin, including The Tramp, In the Park, etc.

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Leo White, Ben Turpin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin, Langford Reed
A Woman (1915)
7
3
A Woman
TV-G
7
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Marta Golden, Charles Inslee, Edna Purviance
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
His Trysting Place (1914)
6
3
His Trysting Place
6
3

This silent short comedy film tells the story of Clarence, who takes another man’s coat at a restaurant accidentally. This leads his wife to think that he has a mistress. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Mack Swain, Phyllis Allen, Helen Carruthers
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
How to Make Movies (1918)
6
3
How to Make Movies
6
3

How to Make Movies is a 1918 comedy short film, which shows the development of Chaplin Studios as well as the adventures that take place there. 

Starring:
Albert Austin, Henry Bergman, Eric Campbell, Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Rounders (1914)
7
3
The Rounders
7
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Phyllis Allen, Minta Durfee, John Al St.
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Work (1915)
7
3
Work
7
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Marta Golden, Charles Inslee, Paddy McGuire
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Shanghaied (1915)
7
3
Shanghaied
TV-G
7
3
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Lawrence A. Bowes, Fred Goodwins, Lee Hill
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The New Janitor (1914)
6
3
The New Janitor
6
3

Charlie Chaplin gets a job as the new janitor of a bank and gets fired after accidentally dropping a bucket of water on his boss. Meanwhile, a manager with unpaid gambling debts decides to steal from the company. The janitor ends up foiling the robbery and receiving a reward after a few humorous disasters. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, John T. Dillon, John Al St., Glen Cavender, Jess Dandy
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
His New Job (1915)
7
4
His New Job
TV-G
7
4
Starring:
Gloria Swanson, Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Agnes Ayres, Arthur W. Bates, Robert Bolder
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Professor (1919)
6
3
The Professor
6
3

In this rare unreleased film, Charlie Chaplin is Professor Bosco, proprietor of a flea circus, who stays at a flophouse for night. After putting his fleas in their box, he retires for the night, but accidently topples the box. As all fleas run around pestering other guests, he somehow manages to get them back. Then a stray dog opens it once again…..

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman, Loyal Underwood, Tom Wilson
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)
7
4
A Countess from Hong Kong
G
7
4
Starring:
Tippi Hedren, Sophia Loren, Marlon Brando, Geraldine Chaplin, Charles Chaplin, Sydney Chaplin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
A Burlesque on Carmen (1915)
6
4
A Burlesque on Carmen
6
4
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Charles Chaplin, Lawrence A. Bowes, Frank J. Coleman, Fred Goodwins
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin, Leo White
The Masquerader (1914)
6
4
The Masquerader
6
4

Charlie Chaplin, who also wrote and directed this 13 minute film, plays the role of man who gets thrown out of a film set after creating a mischief. He returns to the studio, this time as a beautiful lady and is instantly hired for the lead role. However, the playful Chaplin soon reveals his own disguise and is fired again.

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Chester Conklin, Charles Murray, Jess Dandy
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
A Jitney Elopement (1915)
6
4
A Jitney Elopement
TV-G
6
4

Written, directed and starred by Charlie Chaplin, the film focuses on Charlie’s escapades as he tries to rescue his true love from an arranged marriage to a wealthy count. On receiving the note from the girl, he goes to her house impersonating as the count; but is roughly thrown out when the true count arrives. Undeterred, he continues to hang around looking for opportunities.   

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Lloyd Bacon, Fred Goodwins, Bud Jamison
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
His New Profession (1914)
6
4
His New Profession
6
4

The Charlie Chaplin silent movie revolves around Charlie accepting the responsibility of wheeling his elderly physically disabled uncle around. However, he fails to control the wheelchair and runs into a girl carrying eggs. Additionally, his schemes to earn some extra money land him in trouble. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Charley Chase, Peggy Page, Jess Dandy, Cecile Arnold
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Dough and Dynamite (1914)
6
3
Dough and Dynamite
6
3

Charlie Chaplin and Chester Conklin work as the waiter at a restaurant. Inept and comically careless, Charlie never fails to enrage the customers.  In spite of that, he is transferred to the bakery section when the bakers there go on strike. Here too he continues to upset others with his ineptness. But the climax is reached when the enraged bakers put dynamite in the dough. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Chester Conklin, Fritz Schade, Norma Nichols, Peggy Page
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
His Musical Career (1914)
6
3
His Musical Career
6
3

Charlie and his friend Mike are asked by a piano store owner to deliver a piano to Mr. Rich at 666 Prospect Street. They must also repossess another piano from Mr. Poor at 999 Prospect Street. Incredulous amusement ensues as they do exactly the opposite after mixing up the addresses. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain, Fritz Schade, Cecile Arnold, Charley Chase
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
A Night Out (1915)
6
4
A Night Out
TV-G
6
4
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Charles Allen Dealey, Frank Dolan, W. Coleman Elam, Earl Esola
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
By the Sea (1915)
6
4
By the Sea
TV-G
6
4
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Ed Armstrong, Bud Jamison, Paddy McGuire
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Twenty Minutes of Love (1914)
6
4
Twenty Minutes of Love
6
4

This 1914 silent short film follows Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp as he snoops around the ardent couples in the park. He tries to imitate a couple by embracing and kissing a park tree. Then a stolen watch brings a policeman to the scene creating chaos with everyone ending up into the Westlake Park Lake, except the Tramp and the girl he met there. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Minta Durfee, Edgar Kennedy, Gordon Griffith, Chester Conklin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin, Joseph Maddern
Caught in the Rain (1914)
6
4
Caught in the Rain
6
4

A humorous comedy of errors happens when Charlie Chaplin in his famous tramp persona tries to woo a married woman and is confronted by her husband. Much hilarity ensues when all three of them end up in the same hotel and the sleepwalking woman ends up in the drunken tramp’s bed. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain, Alice Davenport, Alice Howell, Helen Carruthers
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Laughing Gas (1914)
6
4
Laughing Gas
6
4

Charlie Chaplin, a dentist’s assistant, is called in when the dentist fails to awaken his patient after laughing gas anesthesia, but Chaplin ends up clubbing him on his head. When sent to fetch prescription, Chaplin gets into many fights with bricks flying around, resulting in more dental patients. Chaplin continues creating more laughs with these patients and also, with pretty female patients. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Fritz Schade, Alice Howell, Slim Summerville, Josef Swickard
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Gentlemen of Nerve (1914)
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Gentlemen of Nerve
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The silent comedy follows Mabel as she goes with her beau to an auto-race where they meet Mr. Wow-wow and his friend. While trying to enter the raceway through a gap in fence, Wow-wow’s friend gets stuck just as a policeman arrives, who is distracted by Wow-wow’s capers. Mabel is now not interested in her beau. But will Wow-wow get the girl?  

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mabel Normand, Chester Conklin, Mack Swain, Phyllis Allen
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Property Man (1914)
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The Property Man
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The Property Man is a 1914 Charlie Chaplin short comedy film, which shows Chaplin being in charge of stage ‘props’ and also has trouble with the actors’ luggage and conflicts over who gets the dressing room of the star. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Phyllis Allen, Charles Bennett, Jess Dandy, Alice Davenport
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
In the Park (1915)
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In the Park
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Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Leona Anderson, Billy Armstrong, Lloyd Bacon, Bud Jamison
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Getting Acquainted (1914)
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Getting Acquainted
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Charlie Chaplin portrays Mr. Sniffels in this silent comedy. He is out for a walk with his domineering wife Mrs. Sniffels when he falls for the pretty Mabel. When the woman’s husband Ambrose arrives he tries to woo Mrs. Sniffels. Both men are turned down by the women and garner the attention of a policeman.  

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Phyllis Allen, Mack Swain, Mabel Normand, Harry McCoy
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Bond (1918)
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The Bond
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This Charlie Chaplin creation was made during the First World War for boosting the sale of Liberty Bonds begins with various types of humanly bonds. There is bond of friendship, which shows Albert Austin borrowing money from Chaplin and then buying him a drink with that borrowed money. Then there are bonds of love and matrimony. But nothing is more important than the Bond of Liberty.   

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman, Syd Chaplin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Those Love Pangs (1914)
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Those Love Pangs
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This Charlie Chaplin film opens with Masher and Rival fighting for the attention of the landlady. When their mission fails Masher goes to a bar where he meets a blonde; but runs away to the park when her tall boyfriend appears. There he finds Rival with a brunette and feels jealous. His envy increases many fold when the tall man comes to the same park with the blonde.  . 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Chester Conklin, Cecile Arnold, Vivian Edwards, Peggy Page
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
His Prehistoric Past (1914)
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His Prehistoric Past
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The film starts with Charlie falling asleep in a park. The story then moves to a prehistoric kingdom, ruled by King Low Brow, who maintains a large harem. Shortly, Charlie enters the scene trying to light his pipe and develops an affair with the king’s favorite wife, proclaiming himself the ruler once the king falls from a cliff and is presumed dead. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Mack Swain, May Wallace, Gene Marsh, Fritz Schade
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Face on the Barroom Floor (1914)
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The Face on the Barroom Floor
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Loosely based on the poem of the same name, this Charlie Chaplin short film depicts the story of a prosperous painter, who becomes a destitute after losing his beloved to one of his wealthy clients. Months later, he sees her in a park and goes to a sailors’ bar, where he becomes drunk and tries to draw her face on the barroom floor before passing out. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Cecile Arnold, Jess Dandy, Vivian Edwards, Edward Nolan
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Triple Trouble (1918)
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Triple Trouble
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Charlie Chaplin plays a janitor who takes up a job in the house of munitions manufacturer Colonel Nutt. As a spy, the Count arrives to steal Nutt’s latest invention, the janitor makes life difficult for everyone. When a pickpocket joins the Count to steal the invention, and the police get involved, complete pandemonium breaks out. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Albert Austin, Bud Jamison, James T. Kelley
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin, Leo White
Recreation (1914)
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Recreation
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Feeling lonely, Charlie Chaplin is about to drown himself in the park lake, but after noticing a pretty girl, he tries to woo her. However, her seaman boyfriend doesn’t like this and the two men get into a brick fight. Before long, two police officers are involved in this fight. The chaos end when all the concerned parties land in the lake. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Charles Bennett, Helen Carruthers, Edwin Frazee, Edward Nolan
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
Nice and Friendly (1922)
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Nice and Friendly
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A number of crooks are planning to steal Lady Mountbatten’s pearl necklace. Therefore, Charlie Chaplin is called, in order to hunt down the crooks, which he does with the help of a wooden hammer. 

Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Jackie Coogan, Edwina Mountbatten, Louis Mountbatten, Eulalia Neilson
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin

Narrator/Dubbing

The Chaplin Revue (1959)
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The Chaplin Revue
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It is a collection of three silent movies featuring Charlie Chaplin. In A Dog's Life, the tramp’s life is compared to a stray dog, in Shoulder Arms, he plays a recruit who becomes a hero against the Nazis, and in The Pilgrim, he is an escaped convict who is mistakenly appointed the town’s pastor. 

Role:
Narrator / Various (archive footage)
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman, Syd Chaplin, Edna Purviance
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin

Special Appearance/Cameo

Show People (1928)
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Show People
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Role:
Charles Chaplin (uncredited)
Starring:
King Vidor, Charles Chaplin, Marion Davies, William Haines, Dell Henderson, Paul Ralli
Directed By:
A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate (1923)
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A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate
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Role:
Station Porter (uncredited)
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Clarence Geldart, Carl Miller, Lydia Knott
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
How to Make Movies (1918)
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How to Make Movies
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How to Make Movies is a 1918 comedy short film, which shows the development of Chaplin Studios as well as the adventures that take place there. 

Role:
Self (uncredited)
Starring:
Albert Austin, Henry Bergman, Eric Campbell, Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
The Knockout (1914)
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The Knockout
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The Knockout is a comedy film that features Charlie Chaplin as a boxing match referee and two homeless persons pretending to be professional boxers, one of them masquerading as famous boxer Cyclone Flynn, out to earn some money. The two hoboes persuade a local strongman to enter a fight with false Flynn. What follows is utterly catastrophic. 

Role:
Referee (uncredited)
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Dan Albert, Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Charles Avery, Joe Bordeaux
Directed By:
Mack Sennett
The Bond (1918)
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The Bond
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This Charlie Chaplin creation was made during the First World War for boosting the sale of Liberty Bonds begins with various types of humanly bonds. There is bond of friendship, which shows Albert Austin borrowing money from Chaplin and then buying him a drink with that borrowed money. Then there are bonds of love and matrimony. But nothing is more important than the Bond of Liberty.   

Role:
Charlie (uncredited)
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman, Syd Chaplin
Directed By:
Charles Chaplin
A Thief Catcher (1914)
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A Thief Catcher
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A silent comedy film about a policeman in ordinary clothes who is chased by two criminals when he takes out his dog for a walk.

Role:
Cop (uncredited)
Starring:
Charles Chaplin, Ford Sterling, Phyllis Allen, William Hauber, George Jeske
Directed By:
Ford Sterling

Charlie Chaplin Awards

Academy Awards
Limelight Best Music, Original Dramatic Score 1973