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Alfred Reeves (I) (1876–1946)

Was an English musical-hall performer, who took 20 year old Charlie Chaplin under his wing, bringing him to America in 1910. One of their acts was entitled 'The Wow-wows, or A Night in a London Secret Society' in which Charlie appeared as a village busybody. It was at this time that he began developing his famous tramp character which eventually ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Gold Rush
The Gold Rush Production Manager
(1925)
Modern Times
Modern Times Production Manager
(1936)
The Great Dictator
The Great Dictator Production Manager
(1940)
City Lights
City Lights Production Manager
(1931)

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 1940 The Great Dictator (production manager - uncredited)
 1936 Modern Times (general production manager - uncredited)
 1931 City Lights (production manager - uncredited)
 1925 The Gold Rush (production manager - 1942 version)
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 1919 A Day's Pleasure (Short)
Man in Street Scene (uncredited)
 1918 A Dog's Life (Short)
Man at Bar (uncredited)
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Alf Reeves
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Chaplin's costume originally was a satire-sort-of-thing on the English gentleman. The English actor especially. All the actor needed to be dressed up was a clean collar, a shave and a cane. He could be without a bob, but he'd still consider himself all togged out with some place to go. See more »

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