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Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin (1889-1977) was an English actor-director.
He made his reputation as a tramp with smudge moustache, bowler hat, and cane in silent films from the mid-1910s, including "The Rink" in 1916, "The Kid" in 1921, and "The Gold Rush" in 1925.
His works often contrast buffoonery with pathos, and later films combine dialogue with mime and music, such as "The Great Dictator" in 1940, and "Limelight" in 1952.
Born in South London, he first appea read more...
, silent movies
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