Chaplin at Keystone

Chaplin at Keystone
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4 videos in this collection

Chaplin at Keystone, Part 1
Part 1 Includes:
  • Making a Living
  • Kid Auto Races At Venice, Cal.
  • Mabel's Strange Predicament
  • Between Showers
  • A Film Johnnie
  • Tango Tangeles
  • His Favorite Pastime
  • Cruel, Cruel Love
  • The…
Chaplin at Keystone, Part 2
Part 2 Includes:
  • Caught in the Rain
  • A Busy Day
  • The Fatal Mallet
  • The Knockout
  • Mabel's Busy Day
  • Mabel's Married Life
  • Laughing Gas
  • The Property Man
  • The Face on…
Chaplin at Keystone, Part 3
Part 3 Includes:
  • The Masquerader
  • His New Profession
  • The Rounders
  • The New Janitor
  • Thoes Love Pangs
  • Dough and Dynamite
  • Gentlemen of Nerve
  • His Musical Career
  • His Trysting Places
Chaplin at Keystone, Part 4
Part 4 Includes:
  • Tillie's Punctured Romance
  • Getting Acquainted
  • His Prehistoric Past
  • A Thief Catcher
  • Charlie et sa Belle
  • Inside the Keystone Project
  • Silent Traces

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