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    Charlie Chaplin did not use sound to communicate to the audience in his movies. Despite the fact that there was no spoken language, his movies were sensational and the audiences loved them. Chaplin was thought of as cinema’s first genius and has been called the single most-influential artist in the history of motion pictures. I am researching Charlie Chaplin to learn how he became a sensational comedian and one of the best actors of all time.      Chaplin is considered as

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    Charles Chaplin, passed away. With his father's death and mother's subsequent illnesses, Mr. Chaplin grew up with his two brothers, Sydney, and Wheeler. Thankfully he received the gift of talent from his parents and started on stage with his brothers. Vaudeville is a variety of acts that are on a common bill. Just lots of variety in them, probably very entertaining. Charlie was a good vaudeville entertainer because he was a comedian who knew how to own the stage and use his talents. Charlie was invited

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    What a little tramp! Charlie Chaplin, who brought laughter to millions worldwide as the silent "Little Tramp" clown. Born in East Street, Walworth, London on 16 April, 1889, Charles Spencer Chaplin was the son of a music hall singer and his wife. Charlie Chaplin's parents divorced early in his life, with his father providing little to no support, either financial or otherwise, leaving his mother to support them as best she could. Chaplin's mother Hannah was the brightest spot in Charlie's

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    Charlie Chaplin was a very important British comedian, director, writer, and composer in the entertainment industry during the 1920’s. He was born on April 16, 1889, in London, England. Both of his parents were both in the entertainment industry, which would reflect how he became apart of the entertainment industry, too. When he was 12, he would play the role as a paperboy in the show, “Sherlock Holmes.” This would be his first ever stage show. After this, he would realize what he wanted to do, and

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    Charlie Chaplin produced over 35 keystone comedies in the silent era of film, and numerous “talkies,” or films with sound, afterwards (Barson). Many consider most of his works masterpieces, (especially his later ones,) and consider Chaplin a genius of the theater who’s had a greater impact on the film industry than any other man of the era. Chaplin’s greatness has a root, as most things do, within his personal history. Due to disadvantaged childhood and his mother and father who’s occupation’s involved

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    simple words said by so many of the greats! The famous words uttered by the greatest silent film star, Charlie Chaplin. Chaplin has blessed the lives of many throughout his eighty or so years of life. Chaplin isn’t a war hero neither does he risk his life for others. Chaplin is a hero in his own way. He spent his life entertaining others, making them laugh, cry, or even getting them riled up. Chaplin was able to overcome childhood struggles and impact society with his films while becoming the Hollywood

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    popular activities to do. Although plenty of people know of Charlie Chaplin, most do not know any real information about him. Charlie Chaplin has been a major contributor to America’s advancement in the film industry from his innovative beginnings, and perseverance to improve and succeed, to his overall achievements in history. Charlie Chaplin was born in South London on April 16, 1889. He was the first child of Hannah and Charles Chaplin. Charles was vaudeville actor. Hannah was a vaudeville singer

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    miller’s play the crucible and the film the king in New York directed by Charlie Chaplin explores the way politics and people are intertwined. Both these composers, through their texts, sagaciously convey the notion of how oppressive politics can be. They instil on the responder of the way in which politics can ruin and lead both people and societies to destruction when given too much power. Arthur miller and Charlie Chaplin were profoundly affected by the mass hysteria of communism led by the politician

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    Charlie Chaplin a British man known for his acting, directing, and writing was a big part of the 1920’s. Chaplin could probably be recognized as the “little tramp” from his charcoal black eyebrows and his trademark bowler hat. He was famous for many of his classics including, “The Kid” and “The Gold Rush” (“Chaplin, Charlie.”Current). He could be seen as one of cinema’s most popular stars (“Chaplin, Charlie.” Hutchinson). Over time Charlie Chaplin became one of the most influential people during

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    Charlie Chaplin was a world famous film star, director, and producer throughout the 1900s who lived an incredible life and found varying levels of success throughout his career. As one of the film pioneers, he helped to shape the film industry during the early 1900s and paved the way for other artists to follow him. While his career was filled with controversy, he remains a legend in the film industry and his works are still respected and loved by many audiences. Charlie Chaplin produced an incredible

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