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Charlie Chaplin City Lights

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The story follows the misadventures of Chaplin's Tramp as he falls in love with a blind girl, who through a series of coincidences has gotten the impression that the shabby Tramp is a millionaire, and develops a turbulent friendship with an alcoholic millionaire. The Tramp's on-and-off friendship with the millionaire allows him to be the girl's benefactor and suitor.
Actors: Florence Lee ,
Florence Lee
Florence Lee February1864, South Carolina, USA
Charles Chaplin ,
Charles Chaplin
Charles Chaplin 16 April 1889, Walworth, London, England, UK
Virginia Cherrill ,
Virginia Cherrill
Virginia Cherrill 12 April 1908, Carthage, Illinois, USA
Al Ernest Garcia ,
Al Ernest Garcia
Al Ernest Garcia 11 March 1887, San Francisco, California, USA
Harry Myers ,
Harry Myers
Harry Myers 5 September 1882, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Hank Mann
Hank Mann
Hank Mann 28 May 1887, New York City, New York, USA
Genre: Drama Comedy Romance
Director: Charles Chaplin
Charles Chaplin
Charles Chaplin 16 April 1889, Walworth, London, England, UK
Country: United States
Release: 1931
IMDb: 8.5
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Duration: 87 min
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April 28, 2012

City Lights gets to the heart of the Tramp. It is a beautiful romance about loving someone for who they are and not their social or economic status - and it features one of the most tear inducing and iconic endings in Hollywood history.
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Film.com
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March 04, 2008

That final scene. Last week, CNN asked -- in "The Screening Room's Top 10 Romantic Moments" -- whether this was the most touching film moment of all time. Could be. Either way, if it doesn't move you, you're beyond human reach.
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Common Sense Media

January 02, 2011

A screen gem. Youngsters and up.
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Chicago Reader
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June 27, 2007

A beautiful example of Chaplin's ability to turn narrative fragments into emotional wholes. The two halves of the film are sentiment and slapstick. They are not blended but woven into a pattern as eccentric as it is sublime.
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The Nation
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January 18, 2013

Chaplin's growing seriousness, his desire to be more than a mere comedian have deceived him into holding sentiment more precious than fun.
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Cinemania
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January 10, 2016

City Lights is a paean to our best impulses, a plea for humanitarianism and justice.
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New York Daily News
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January 29, 2016

"City Lights" is excruciatingly funny and terribly, terribly sad. It makes you chuckle hysterically. You have the greatest time imaginable, and yet, occasionally you find little hurty lumps in your throat.
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New York Observer

December 19, 2007

Is this film still funny after 76 years? I think and hope it is.
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The Dissolve
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November 19, 2013

There's dignity and folly to The Tramp in City Lights, and everything in between.
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Chicago Tribune

January 04, 2008

With its themes of selflessness and grace, as well as its graceful intertwining of comedy and pathos, this is a fine time for a revisit.
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Creative Loafing
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April 18, 2014

No filmmaker has ever been as successful as Chaplin in tugging at our heartstrings while simultaneously leaving us helpless in laughter, and this gem finds him operating at the peak of his abilities, even throwing his usual social critique into the mix.
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Variety
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June 27, 2007

The British comic is still the consummate pantomimist, unquestionably one of the greatest the stage or screen has ever known.
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