Charlie Chaplin movies: All 11 feature films as director, ranked worst to best, include ‘City Lights,’ ‘The Gold Rush,’ ‘Modern Times’

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Charlie Chaplin movies: All 11 feature films as director, ranked worst to best, include ‘City Lights,’ ‘The Gold Rush,’ ‘Modern Times’
Charlie Chaplin would’ve celebrated his 130th birthday on April 16, 2019. The silent movie comedian was a trailblazing writer, director, producer and performer, paving the way for the likes of Woody Allen, Albert Brooks and several other funny filmmakers who followed in his footsteps. In honor of his birthday, let’s take a look back at all 11 of the feature films he directed, ranked worst to best.

Born in London, England, in 1889, Chaplin grew up in extreme poverty with an absent father and a mother who was committed to a mental institution when he was 14. He began performing in music halls at an early age, traveling to America to find work in the burgeoning film industry. It was at Keystone Studios that he created the Little Tramp, a lovable vagabond who finds himself in one hilarious situation after another.

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