Chaplin's Little Tramp

Rating: nr 2 hr 10 min

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CHAPLIN’S LITTLE TRAMP, 130 min. A century ago this month, “Kid Auto Races at Venice” marked the first screen appearance of Charlie Chaplin’s Little Tramp, a persona that soon would make the performer world-famous. Shorts featuring the beloved character have recently been restored on DCP from the collections of famed preservationist Serge Bromberg of Lobster Films and his colleague David Shepard. In addition to “Kid Auto Races at Venice” (1914, 11 min. Dir. Henry Lehrman), the program includes several shorts directed by Chaplin himself: “His Musical Career” (1914, 16 min.), “The Rounders” (1914, 16 min.), “Behind the Screen” (1916, 30 min.), “The Vagabond” (1916, 34 min.) and “Easy Street” (1917, 24 min.). With live piano accompaniment by Cliff Retallick.
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Release: March 28, 2014