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Unknown Chaplin – My Happiest Years

S03E26 – Chaplin made during a 17-month period in 1916-17, the first time he had total control over his work. By showing outtakes of scenes with different actors playing crucial roles, this film gives insight into his method of filming and developing a story.

Unknown Chaplin – The Great Director

This episode concentrates on problems and solutions of three feature films that Chaplin wrote, directed and starred in: “The Kid (1921),” “The Gold Rush (1925)” and “City Lights (1931).”

Unknown Chaplin – Hidden Treasures

Sequences that Chaplin filmed, and mostly discarded, from many of his features are shown, including a lengthy one from ‘The Professor (1923)’, which was never released.

An Eastern Westerner

Blase eastern boy is shipped off to a ranch in the ‘wild west ‘ by his father.

Bumping into Broadway

Young playwright spends his last cent to pay the rent of struggling actress in a theatrical boarding house. Pursuing her, he winds up at a gambling club, where he wins big, just before a police raid.

The Cat’s Paw

A naive missionary brought up in China returns to America to seek a wife. Corrupt politicians enlist him to run for mayor as a dummy candidate with no chance of winning.

Now or Never

A young man, unaccustomed to children, must accompany a young girl on a train trip.

Welcome Danger

Harold Bledsoe, a botany student, is called back home to San Francisco, where his late father had been police chief, to help investigate a crime wave in Chinatown.