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The Rink (1916)
One of the craziest Chaplin's shorts from his earlier years. The scenes in the ice ring are hilariously cool.
The Tramp (1915)
The great start of one the the most iconic and recognizable characters in the history of cinema.
A Dog's Life (1918)
Funny and endearing story, quite a diferent tone from most of Chaplin's earliest shorts.
One A.M. (1916)
Hilarious drunken tramp Vs. the house!
I honestly can't believe this was made in 1916. The costumes and scenarios and simply astounding.
A Day's Pleasure (1919)
I honestly think this is an underrated short by Chaplin, a series of hilarious gags on the "pleasure" of a holyday that surpasses some of Chaplin's more popular shorts like The Immigrant or The Adventurer.
The Cure (1917)
A gag-fest of unmatchable proportions!
A Trip to the Moon (1902)
Shoulder Arms (1918)
Broken Blossoms (1919)
My Top 10 from the earliest era of movies. Mostly consisting of Chaplin's shorts. I simply love what Chaplin did.
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