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125 years of Charlie Chaplin

April 16, 2014, 14:25 UTC+3
April 16 1889 is the date of birth of the great Charlie Chaplin
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Charlie Chaplin is the creator of one of the most well-known screen persona of the 20th century —  "the Tramp"
Charlie Chaplin is the creator of one of the most well-known screen persona of the 20th century —  "the Tramp"
Charlie Chaplin is the creator of one of the most well-known screen persona of the 20th century — "the Tramp"
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Charlie Chaplin holding a doll of  "the Tramp", 1917
Charlie Chaplin holding a doll of  "the Tramp", 1917
Charlie Chaplin holding a doll of "the Tramp", 1917
©  AP Photo
Chaplin was the the director, producer, and composer of most films he acted in. Photo: 'Sunnyside' (1919)
Chaplin was the the director, producer, and composer of most films he acted in. Photo: 'Sunnyside' (1919)
Chaplin was the the director, producer, and composer of most films he acted in. Photo: 'Sunnyside' (1919)
© AP Photo
Chaplin's first full length director's work was 'The Kid' (1921)
Chaplin's first full length director's work was 'The Kid' (1921)
Chaplin's first full length director's work was 'The Kid' (1921)
©  AP Photo
Charlie Chaplin in 'Gold Rush' (1925)
Charlie Chaplin in 'Gold Rush' (1925)
Charlie Chaplin in 'Gold Rush' (1925)
© AP Photo
 'The Circus' (1928) was nominated for Best Actor Oscar
 'The Circus' (1928) was nominated for Best Actor Oscar
'The Circus' (1928) was nominated for Best Actor Oscar
© AP Photo
 'City Lights' (1931) takes the first place in American Film Institute rating of best romatic comedies
 'City Lights' (1931) takes the first place in American Film Institute rating of best romatic comedies
'City Lights' (1931) takes the first place in American Film Institute rating of best romatic comedies
©  AP Photo
Chaplin cheers his fans at a railway station in London
Chaplin cheers his fans at a railway station in London
Chaplin cheers his fans at a railway station in London
© AP Photo
In 1936, Chaplin made the film 'Modern Times' about the adventures of "the Tramp" during the Great Depression. Though the film could've been with dialogue, Chaplin rejected the idea, as "the Tramp" was a silent movie figure only
In 1936, Chaplin made the film 'Modern Times' about the adventures of "the Tramp" during the Great Depression. Though the film could've been with dialogue, Chaplin rejected the idea, as "the Tramp" was a silent movie figure only
In 1936, Chaplin made the film 'Modern Times' about the adventures of "the Tramp" during the Great Depression. Though the film could've been with dialogue, Chaplin rejected the idea, as "the Tramp" was a silent movie figure only
© AP Photo
Actress Paulette Goddard got the main roles in Chaplin's 'Modern Times' and 'Dictator' (1940). In 1936, they got married in secret. Photo: Goddar and Chaplin on board the SS President Coolidge, 1936
Actress Paulette Goddard got the main roles in Chaplin's 'Modern Times' and 'Dictator' (1940). In 1936, they got married in secret. Photo: Goddar and Chaplin on board the SS President Coolidge, 1936
Actress Paulette Goddard got the main roles in Chaplin's 'Modern Times' and 'Dictator' (1940). In 1936, they got married in secret. Photo: Goddar and Chaplin on board the SS President Coolidge, 1936
© AP Photo
Antifascist film 'Dictator' became Chaplins first film with dialogue
Antifascist film 'Dictator' became Chaplins first film with dialogue
Antifascist film 'Dictator' became Chaplins first film with dialogue
© AP Photo
Chaplin was left-handed, he even played his wviolin with his left hand
Chaplin was left-handed, he even played his wviolin with his left hand
Chaplin was left-handed, he even played his wviolin with his left hand
© AP Photo
Salvador Dali and Charlie Chaplin gice autographs while having dinner, 1954
Salvador Dali and Charlie Chaplin gice autographs while having dinner, 1954
Salvador Dali and Charlie Chaplin gice autographs while having dinner, 1954
© AP Photo/Mario Torrisi
 Oona O'Neill, Chaplin's fourth wife, was 36 years younger than he. The couple had three sons and five daughters
 Oona O'Neill, Chaplin's fourth wife, was 36 years younger than he. The couple had three sons and five daughters
Oona O'Neill, Chaplin's fourth wife, was 36 years younger than he. The couple had three sons and five daughters
© AP Photo
Circus artists congratulate Chaplin on his 75th birthday (Oona O'Neill beside Charlie Chaplin) in 1964
Circus artists congratulate Chaplin on his 75th birthday (Oona O'Neill beside Charlie Chaplin) in 1964
Circus artists congratulate Chaplin on his 75th birthday (Oona O'Neill beside Charlie Chaplin) in 1964
© Fotokhronika TASS
In 1967 Charlie Chaplin makes his last film 'A Countess from Hong Kong'
In 1967 Charlie Chaplin makes his last film 'A Countess from Hong Kong'
In 1967 Charlie Chaplin makes his last film 'A Countess from Hong Kong'
© AP Photo
Charlie Chaplin received three Oscar awards
Charlie Chaplin received three Oscar awards
Charlie Chaplin received three Oscar awards
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Charlie Chaplin is the creator of one of the most well-known screen persona of the 20th century — "the Tramp"
© AP Photo
Charlie Chaplin holding a doll of "the Tramp", 1917
©  AP Photo
Chaplin was the the director, producer, and composer of most films he acted in. Photo: 'Sunnyside' (1919)
© AP Photo
Chaplin's first full length director's work was 'The Kid' (1921)
©  AP Photo
Charlie Chaplin in 'Gold Rush' (1925)
© AP Photo
'The Circus' (1928) was nominated for Best Actor Oscar
© AP Photo
'City Lights' (1931) takes the first place in American Film Institute rating of best romatic comedies
©  AP Photo
Chaplin cheers his fans at a railway station in London
© AP Photo
In 1936, Chaplin made the film 'Modern Times' about the adventures of "the Tramp" during the Great Depression. Though the film could've been with dialogue, Chaplin rejected the idea, as "the Tramp" was a silent movie figure only
© AP Photo
Actress Paulette Goddard got the main roles in Chaplin's 'Modern Times' and 'Dictator' (1940). In 1936, they got married in secret. Photo: Goddar and Chaplin on board the SS President Coolidge, 1936
© AP Photo
Antifascist film 'Dictator' became Chaplins first film with dialogue
© AP Photo
Chaplin was left-handed, he even played his wviolin with his left hand
© AP Photo
Salvador Dali and Charlie Chaplin gice autographs while having dinner, 1954
© AP Photo/Mario Torrisi
Oona O'Neill, Chaplin's fourth wife, was 36 years younger than he. The couple had three sons and five daughters
© AP Photo
Circus artists congratulate Chaplin on his 75th birthday (Oona O'Neill beside Charlie Chaplin) in 1964
© Fotokhronika TASS
In 1967 Charlie Chaplin makes his last film 'A Countess from Hong Kong'
© AP Photo
Charlie Chaplin received three Oscar awards
© AP Photo

Charlie Chaplin was born 125 years ago, on April 16, 1889. Learn more about the great actor, director, producer and composer in this photo gallery by ITAR-TASS

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