Chaplin at Keystone Collection

Dir. Charlie Chaplin

USA 1914 | Black & white | 561 mins | Comedy

Cast: Charlie Chaplin

Charles Chaplin joined Keystone studios in late 1913, making 35 films in a single year, directing more than half of them, and developing his much loved persona, The Little Tramp. This stunning 4-disc set featuring the 34 surviving Chaplin Keystone shorts and the Keystone feature Tillies’ Punctured Romance is the result of an international collaboration to restore the films between the BFI National Archive, L’Immagine Ritrovata in Bologna and Lobster Films in Paris with the UCLA Film and Television Archive, Library of Congress, and with the support of Association Chaplin, France. With musical accompaniment by Eric Beheim, Neil Brand, Antonio Coppola and The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra.

Available on: DVD

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