On screen, English actor-director Charlie Chaplin and his lovable The Tramp character delighted silent-film audiences with vaudeville-style slapstick humor. He was also one of Old Hollywood's elite, helping to found United Artists with director D. W. Griffith and film stars Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. Off screen, he was also known for his left-leaning politics and his multiple relationships. Here's a look at some of his work.
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