Charlie Chaplin Series: Post 1 - The Kid (XVid, DVD-rip)
Continuing with our movies theme (of late), I would like to share the ENTIRE collection of Charlie Chaplin films. I'll start the series with the great Chaplin's first feature film, "The Kid" (1921).
If the response is positive, I'll go ahead with the series and upload all the movies.
Meanwhile enjoy this film.
Here's some info about this film (for more, visit IMDb at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0012349/):
"One heaves rocks through windows. The other happens by in the nick of time to offer his services as an expert window repairman. It's a system that works. So does everything else about his beloved Charlie Chaplin classic whose blend of laughs and pathos changed the notion of what a screen comedy could be.
For the first time as a film-maker, Chaplin stepped into feature-length storytelling with this tale of the down-but-never-out Tramp (Chaplin) and the adorable ragamuffin (6-year-old Jackie Coogan) who, rescued as a foundling and raised in the School of Hard Knocks by the Trampm, is his inseparable sidekick. Memorable scenes include a lesson in table manners, the bully brawl and the Tramp's angelic dream. The Kid earns its wings."
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