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City Lights(1931)

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Brief Synopsis

In this silent film, the Little Tramp tries to help a blind flower seller to see again.

Cast & Crew

Virginia Cherrill A blind girl
Florence Lee Her grandmother
Harry Myers An eccentric millionaire
Allan Garcia His butler [James]
Hank Mann A prizefighter
Gordon Pollock Photography
Mark Marklatt Photography
Charles Chaplin Screenwriter
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  Los Angeles premiere: 30 Jan 1931; New York premiere: 6 Feb 1931
Release Date:  1931 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  United Artists Corp.
Sound:  Silent, Mono (musical score) Production Co:  Charles Chaplin Productions
Duration(mins):  87 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  9    

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  • City Lights

    Goetan 2013-09-13

    The masterpiece and summary of what Chaplin's films were about. Chaplin falls for a blind flower girl and has a complicated relationship with a... MORE>

  • One of the all-time greats!

    Andy 2012-03-11

    Charlie Chaplin's hilarious, moving and heartbreaking romantic comedy is by all means a classic. One of the most beautiful and hilarious films... MORE>

  • alec baldwin

    r. ray 2012-01-13

    On the essentials alec compared Charlie Chaplin's genius to jim carrey and I believe it was ben stiller. Robert Osborne gave good reasons why carrey... MORE>