Charlie Chaplin Essential - 5 Must-watch Greatest Comedian Films

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1. The Gold Rush (1925)

In this film, Chaplin plays a lonely prospector who goes to the Klondike in search of gold. With his signature physical comedy and impeccable timing, Chaplin delivers a hilarious and heartwarming performance.

2. City Lights (1931)

Considered by many as Chaplin's greatest film, City Lights tells the story of a tramp who falls in love with a blind flower girl and does everything he can to help her regain her sight.

3. Modern Times (1936)

Modern Times is a satirical take on the industrialization of society. Chaplin plays a factory worker struggling to survive in the modern world.

4. The Great Dictator (1940)

The Great Dictator is Chaplin's first talking film and his most politically charged work. In this biting satire, Chaplin plays both a Jewish barber and a dictator resembling Adolf Hitler.

5. The Kid (1921)

The Kid is Chaplin's first full-length feature film and showcases his ability to blend comedy and drama. In this heartwarming story, Chaplin adopts a young orphan boy and together they navigate the challenges of poverty and abandonment.

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