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City Lights (1931) Poster

(1931)

Full Cast & Crew

Directed by 

Charles Chaplin

Writing Credits  

Charles Chaplin ... (written by)
 
Harry Crocker ... (uncredited)
Harry Clive ... (uncredited)

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

Virginia Cherrill ...
Florence Lee ...
The Blind Girl's Grandmother
Harry Myers ...
An Eccentric Millionaire
Al Ernest Garcia ...
The Millionaire's Butler (as Allan Garcia)
Hank Mann ...
A Prizefighter
...
A Tramp (as Charlie Chaplin)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jack Alexander ...
Extra in Boxing Scene (uncredited)
T.S. Alexander ...
Doctor (uncredited)
Victor Alexander ...
Superstitious Boxer (uncredited)
Albert Austin ...
Street Sweeper / Burglar (uncredited)
Harry Ayers ...
Cop (uncredited)
Eddie Baker ...
Boxing Fight Referee (uncredited)
Henry Bergman ...
Mayor / Blind Girl's Downstairs Neighbor (uncredited)
Betty Blair ...
Woman at Center of Table in Restaurant (uncredited)
Buster Brodie ...
Bald Party Guest (uncredited)
Jeanne Carpenter ...
Extra in Restaurant Scene (uncredited)
Marie Cooper ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Tom Dempsey ...
Boxer (uncredited)
Peter Diego ...
Man in Mix-Up with Coat and Hat (uncredited)
James Donnelly ...
Steet Sweepers' Foreman (uncredited)
Ray Erlenborn ...
Newsboy (uncredited)
Mrs. Garcia ...
Woman at Left of Table in Restaurant (uncredited)
Milton Gowman ...
Extra in Street Scene (uncredited)
Robert Graves ...
Police Officer (uncredited)
Charles Hammond ...
Extra in Street Scene (uncredited)
...
Extra in Restaurant Scene (uncredited)
Ad Herman ...
Extra in Boxing Scene (uncredited)
Joseph Herrick ...
Extra in Boxing Scene (uncredited)
Mrs. Hyams ...
Flower Shop Assistant (uncredited)
Austen Jewell ...
Newsboy (uncredited)
Willie Keeler ...
Boxer (uncredited)
A.B. Lane ...
Extra in Boxing Scene (uncredited)
Eddie McAuliffe ...
Eddie Mason - Boxer (uncredited)
Margaret Oliver ...
Extra in Street Scene (uncredited)
Robert Parrish ...
Newsboy (uncredited)
Mrs. Pope ...
Extra in Restaurant Scene (uncredited)
John Rand ...
Tramp Who Dives for Cigar (uncredited)
Granville Redmond ...
Sculptor (uncredited)
W.C. Robinson ...
Man Who Throws Away Cigar (uncredited)
James Sheldon ...
Young Man (uncredited)
Cy Slocum ...
Extra in Boxing Scene (uncredited)
Tony Stabenau ...
Victorious Boxer - Later Knocked Out (uncredited)
Mark Strong ...
Man in Restaurant (uncredited)
Jack Sutherland ...
Tall Man at Party (uncredited)
Joe Van Meter ...
Burglar (uncredited)
Emmett Wagner ...
Second (uncredited)
Tiny Ward ...
Man in Elevator in Front of the Art Shop (uncredited)
Stanhope Wheatcroft ...
Distinguished Gentleman in Cafe (uncredited)
Florence Wix ...
Woman Who Sits on Cigar (uncredited)
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Produced by 

Charles Chaplin ... producer (uncredited)

Music by 

Charles Chaplin ... (music composed by)

Cinematography by 

Gordon Pollock ... (photographer)
Roland Totheroh ... (as Rollie Totheroh) (photographer)

Film Editing by 

Charles Chaplin ... (uncredited)
Willard Nico ... (uncredited)

Casting By 

Al Ernest Garcia ... (uncredited)

Set Decoration by 

Charles D. Hall ... (settings)

Production Management 

Alfred Reeves ... production manager (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Albert Austin ... assistant director
Henry Bergman ... assistant director
Harry Crocker ... assistant director

Sound Department 

Theodore Reed ... sound supervisor (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department 

Ralph Barton ... still photographer (uncredited)
Mark Marlatt ... camera operator (uncredited)
Frank Testera ... gaffer (uncredited)

Editorial Department 

Peter Culverwell ... assistant editor (1988 recording of Chaplin's score)
Tim Grover ... assistant editor (1988 recording of Chaplin's score)

Music Department 

Carl Davis ... musical director (1988 recording of Chaplin's score)
Robert Hathaway ... music editor (as Bob Hathaway) (1988 recording of Chaplin's score)
John Hayward ... music dubbing mixer (1988 recording of Chaplin's score)
Arthur Johnston ... musical arrangement
Dick Lewzey ... music recordist (1988 recording of Chaplin's score)
Alfred Newman ... musical director
José Padilla ... composer: additional music
Paul Wing ... orchestral contractor (1988 recording of Chaplin's score)

Transportation Department 

Toraichi Kono ... driver: Mr. Chaplin (uncredited)

Other crew 

Kevin Brownlow ... supervisor (1988 recording of Chaplin's score)
David Gill ... supervisor (1988 recording of Chaplin's score)
Harry Crocker ... unit publicist (uncredited)
Carlyle Robinson ... press representative (uncredited)
Della Steele ... script supervisor (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

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