Highest Rated Titles With Charles Chaplin
- Movies or TV
Unknown Chaplin (1983– )
The Great Director
This episode concentrates on problems and solutions of three feature films that Chaplin wrote, directed and starred in: "The Kid (1921)," "The Gold Rush (1925)" and "City Lights (1931)."
Unknown Chaplin (1983– )
TV-G | 52 min | Documentary, Comedy
Sequences that Chaplin filmed, and mostly discarded, from many of his features are shown, including a lengthy one from 'The Professor (1923)', which was never released.
6. The Great Dictator (1940)
Approved | 125 min | Comedy, Drama, War
Dictator Adenoid Hynkel tries to expand his empire while a poor Jewish barber tries to avoid persecution from Hynkel's regime.
12. Show People (1928)
Not Rated | 83 min | Comedy, Romance
A young lady from Georgia goes to Hollywood in the hopes of becoming an actress.
16. Limelight (1952)
TV-G | 137 min | Drama, Music
A fading comedian and a suicidally despondent ballet dancer must look to each other to find meaning and hope in their lives.
19. Monsieur Verdoux (1947)
Not Rated | 124 min | Comedy, Crime, Drama
A suave but cynical man supports his family by marrying and murdering rich women for their money, but the job has some occupational hazards.
21. City Confidential (1998–2006)
50 min | Crime, Documentary
City Confidential features real life stories in a wide variety of American cities. While many of these stories deal with murder, some also deal with attempted murder, and public officials caught in compromising situations, among other things. The cities featured vary widely in size, from the smallest village to the largest urban areas.
22. Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin (2003)
TV-PG | 132 min | Documentary, Biography
Narrated by Sydney Pollack, film critic Richard Schickel's dazzling two-hour plus documentary to one of the towering figures in film: Charles Chaplin. Hardcore Chaplin fans may not find ... See full summary »
27. The Chaplin Revue (1959)
Unrated | 119 min | Comedy
Three Chaplin silent comedies "A Dog's Life", "Shoulder Arms", and "The Pilgrim" are strung together to form a single feature length film. Chaplin provides new music, narration, and a small... See full summary »
36. The Key (VI) (2010)
Tells a somber yet inspirational story of a young girl's search for understanding in the midst of a personal tragedy. In her deepest despair... she is confronted by a mystery.
37. Pay Day (I) (1922)
TV-G | 21 min | Comedy, Short
Charlie is an expert bricklayer. He has lots of fun and work and enjoys himself greatly while at the saloon. As he leaves work his wife takes the pay he has hidden in his hat. But he steals... See full summary »
40. Chaplinesque, My Life and Hard Times (1972)
56 min | Documentary
The biography of silent film legend Charlie Chaplin is brought to the screen with the narration of fellow silent star, Gloria Swanson.
41. Chaplin (1992)
PG-13 | 143 min | Biography, Drama
A film about the troubled and controversial life of the master comedy filmmaker.
Writers: David Robinson, Charles Chaplin, Diana Hawkins, William Boyd, Bryan Forbes, William Goldman | Director: Richard Attenborough | Stars: Robert Downey Jr., Geraldine Chaplin, Paul Rhys, John Thaw
42. The Idle Class (1921)
TV-G | 32 min | Short, Comedy
A tramp sneaks into a upper class golf resort. The tramp meets a rich woman who is having an argument with her drunken husband. Complications arise when she mistakes the tramp for her husband.
45. Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914)
Not Rated | 82 min | Comedy
Charlie talks wealthy farmer's daughter Tillie into eloping with him (and taking her father's money). In the city Tillie gets drunk and lands in jail while Charlie runs off with her money ... See full summary »
47. Chaplin (2011)
Bangshi Das is an impersonator of Charlie Chaplin. He earns peanuts by being the 'joker' at birthday parties. However, he prefers to call himself an actor rather than a worker. His life ... See full summary »
48. A King in New York (1957)
TV-PG | 105 min | Comedy, Drama
A recently-deposed European monarch seeks shelter in New York City, where he becomes an accidental television celebrity and is later wrongly accused of being a Communist.