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    City Lights (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Boxing Match

    Famous scene in which the tramp (writer, producer, director and star Charles Chaplin) becomes a prize fighter, hoping to raise money for an operation for "A Blind Girl" (Virgina Cherrill), in City Lights, 1931.

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City Lights (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Boxing Match
Famous scene in which the tramp (writer, producer, director...
City Lights (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Boxing Match
Famous scene in which the tramp (writer, producer, director and star Charles Chaplin) becomes a prize fighter, hoping to raise money for an operation for "A Blind Girl" (Virgina Cherrill), in City Lights, 1931.>
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Famous opening scene, the tramp (writer, producer, director and star Charles Chaplin) is discovered at the unveiling of a statue, in City Lights, 1931.>
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The tramp (writer, producer, director and star Charles Chaplin) meets the flower seller, "A Blind Girl," (Virginia Cherrill), who will become his raison d'etre, early in City Lights, 1931.>
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City Lights (1931) -- (Movie Clip) My Friend For Life!
The tramp (writer, producer, director and star Charles Chaplin) meets and quite by accident saves "An Eccentric Millionaire" (Harry Myers), forming a bond in City Lights, 1931.>
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City Lights - (Movie Clip)
City Lights - a film highlight
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Charles Chaplin sends up the new-fangled talking pictures in this scene from his silent classic City Lights (1931).>
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