The Charlie Chaplin Collection

  |  Buy to Own: 15/10/2007
  |  92 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC


Collection of early silent films from the comic genius. In 'Kid Auto Races in Venice' (1914), Chaplin appears as a tramp for the first time and goes cart racing in Venice, California, where he manages to cause a huge amount of confusion and disruption. In 'The Rival Mashers' (1914), our hero must deal with a rival who is getting in the way of him impressing a girl. In 'A Night Out' (1915), Chaplin and his friend Ben cause trouble in a fancy restaurant after a night in the pub, and later that night he gets caught with the head waiter's wife. In 'Cruel Cruel Love' (1914), Chaplin plays Lord Helpus, a rich lord devastated by unrequited love. In 'A Film Johnny' (1914), Chaplin goes to the cinema and falls in love with the actress on screen. He then sets off to the film studio to find her, but things don't go as he planned.