Charlie Chaplin

Biography

Charles “Charlie” Chaplin (16 April 1889 – 25 December 1977) was an English comic actor, film director and composer best-known for his work during the silent film era. He used mime, slapstick and other visual comedy routines, and continued well into the era of the talkies, though his films decreased...

12 titles Directing Acting Writing

6.1

A Countess from Hong Kong

1967 · Director

7.2

A King in New York

1957 · Director

8.1

Limelight

1952 · Director

8.0

Monsieur Verdoux

1947 · Director

8.5

The Great Dictator

1940 · Director

7.0

Charlie Chaplin Carnival

1938 · Director

8.5

Modern Times

1936 · Director

8.5

City Lights

1931 · Director

8.1

The Circus

1928 · Director

8.2

The Gold Rush

1925 · Director

7.1

A Woman of Paris A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1923 · Director

8.3

The Kid

1921 · Director

12 titles Directing Acting Writing

6.1

A Countess from Hong Kong

1967 · An Old Steward

7.2

A King in New York

1957 · King Shahdov

8.1

Limelight

1952 · Calvero

8.0

Monsieur Verdoux

1947 · Henri Verdoux

8.5

The Great Dictator

1940 · Adenoid Hynkel, Dictator of Tomania / A Jewish Barber

7.0

Charlie Chaplin Carnival

1938 · Various Roles

8.5

Modern Times

1936 · A factory worker

8.5

City Lights

1931 · Tramp

8.1

The Circus

1928 · A Tramp

8.2

The Gold Rush

1925 · The Lone Prospector

8.3

The Kid

1921 · A Tramp

7.0

Tillie's Punctured Romance

1914 · A Stranger

13 titles Directing Acting Writing

7.6

Chaplin

1992 · Book

6.1

A Countess from Hong Kong

1967 · Screenplay, Author

7.2

A King in New York

1957 · Writer

8.1

Limelight

1952 · Screenplay, Original Story

8.0

Monsieur Verdoux

1947 · Writer

8.5

The Great Dictator

1940 · Screenplay

7.0

Charlie Chaplin Carnival

1938 · Writer

8.5

Modern Times

1936 · Screenplay

8.5

City Lights

1931 · Screenplay

8.1

The Circus

1928 · Writer

8.2

The Gold Rush

1925 · Screenplay

7.1

A Woman of Paris A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate

1923 · Writer

8.3

The Kid

1921 · Writer