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A boxset containing ten of Chaplin's acclaimed films:
THE KID (1921) - Stars charlie as the Tramp who brings up an abandoned baby only to lose the boy to his mother.
A WOMAN OF PARIS (1923) - A Woman of Paris is the only film Charles Chaplin directed that he did not appear in (apart from a cameo). An effective drama about a simple girl from the country who goes to the city and becomes the mistress of a wealthy man.
THE GOLD RUSH (1925) - Chaplin stars as the Tramp who moves to the Klondike during the goldrush and sets about trying to find his fortune.
THE CIRCUS (1928) - Chaplin stars as the Tramp who, on the run from the police, joins a circus and ends up falling for a beautiful co-worker.
CITY LIGHTS (1931) - A blind girl is restored to sight with the help of someone that she believes is a rich benefactor - but is, in fact, the Tramp; who has fallen in love with her.
MODERN TIMES (1936) - Chaplin's last silent film. A production-line worker falls victim to a ongoing attempts to automate an assembly line. Following a series of mishaps, the unfortunate fellow finally finds happiness wih a street waif.
THE GREAT DICTATOR (1940) - Chaplin's first talkie. In this classic film, Chaplin plays two parts; a simple Jewish barber and a dictator (who bears an uncanning resemblance to Adolf Hitler). The barber (who bears a striking resemblance to the dictator) is persecuted for his beliefs but then gets mistaken for the dictator and is given the opportunity to make a speech to the people (at which point Chaplin takes over and addresses the audience directly in a powerful and emotive address).
MONSIEUR VERDOUX (1947) - A black comedy and a departure for Chaplin; a dapper bank worker marries rich women and then murders them so that he can support his real family.
LIMELIGHT (1952) - A once-great music hall comedian who is now down on his luck is inspired by his love for a young ballerina to one last triumphant hurrah.
A KING IN NEW YORK (1957) - Chaplin's last starring feature film. Chaplin plays a penniless European king who comes to New York to start a new life but finds he cannot stand the shallowness of american society and is forced to leave.

Contains The Following Chaplin Films:
The Great Dictator- Double Disc Set
Modern Times- Double Disc Set
The Gold Rush- Double Disc Set
Limelight- Double Disc Set
The Kid- Double Disc
Monsieur Verdoux- Single Disc
The Circus- Double Disc Set
City Lights- Double Disc Set
A Woman Of Paris & A King in New York- Double Disc Set (Box Set Exclusive)
Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin- Single Disc (Box Sets Exclusive)
A Woman Of Paris- Special Features
Introduction
Chaplin Today - A Woman Of Paris (26 Minutes) Documentary By Mathias Ledoux With The Participation Of Liv Ullman
Deleted Shots (6 Minutes)
United Artists - The Signing Of The Contract (3 Minutes)
Paris In The 20's
Images Of The French Capital In The Roaring Twenties, The Setting & The Period Of The Film's Story (10 Minutes)
Camille (1926) (33 Minutes) An Amateur Movie By Ralph Barton Featuring Numerous Personalities Of The New York Intelligentsia
Trailers
Photo Gallery
Chaplin Collection
A King In New York- Special Features
Introduction
Chaplin Today - A King in New York (26 Minutes) Documentary By J?me de Missolz With The Participation Of Jim Jarmusch
Trailers
Film Posters
Photo Gallery
Deleted Scenes (16 Minutes)
Mandoline Serenade (3 Minutes)
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suspended#1
Telegram to Charlie Chaplin. Stop.
#2
Noticed that Poundland are doing Chaplain dvd's. Pound each with four films on each. Looks like they are doing quite a few different films.
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Also in HMV for £49.99 less 5% quidco = £47.50 :thumbsup:

The quality of this set is top notch, the best of his films fully restored and loads of extras. I would only buy the Poundland ones if you want to complete your collection - its the 'less than classic stuff' without any restoration and the picture quality isn't good.

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