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Charlie Chaplin shines in this collection of four short films from 1916. In "Behind the Screen," Chaplin is a movie studio stagehand who finds love as the studio boss is overthrown. In "The Count," he plays a tailor's assistant who poses as a phony count's secretary to woo a wealthy woman (Edna Purviance). In "The Fireman," Charlie must save an innocent girl from a burning house, and in "The Vagabond," he's a poor violinist who helps reunite a gypsy girl with her mother.

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  • Nov 09, 2012
    A light and funny silent short in which Chaplin the tramp gets a job as a policeman and must put order in the London slums.
    Carlos M Super Reviewer
  • Nov 14, 2011
    I would not have expected a Chaplin film to have a pivotal gag about intravenous drugs. Creepy. My best laugh was his character feeding a room of needy children as if they were chickens.
    Eric B Super Reviewer
  • Nov 26, 2010
    The story is interesting, not great, but it's funny enough to watch.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Dec 20, 2008
    Classic Charlie Chaplin silent movie. Charlie is a tramp who falls in love with the church organist. He gets a job as a policeman in the South London slums, where gangs beat up policemen. Charlie becomes the hero.
    Candy R Super Reviewer

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