Charlie Chaplin's MoviesOne of the most recognizable faces in movies is Charlie Chaplain. He is the reverend who moves into the orphanage on the outskirts of England and becomes their new leader. He teaches the children lessons on humility, but also shows them the importance of caring for others. He is an important part of the funniest moment in The Great Barrier Reef movie. Charlie Chaplin was born in 1906 and grew up in England. He made his first two films when he was only nine years old. Many of his earlier films had very poor reviews. These were due to his bad teeth and the fact that he was always borrowing money from the crew to pay for them. His early work was not as successful as his later films but his work remains notable. Chaplin's greatest films are the ones that most people have seen and loved. Most people know of Charlie Chaplin through his work on Charlie Chaplin and Charlie Chanel films. But he also had some smaller films made. Many of these were classic movies and are well worth seeing. One of the most common types of movies that people are familiar with is the comedy classic Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. This is also one of the few films that both parents watch. It was released in 1913 and starred Charlie Chaplin, Robert Burns, and Yul Brynner. The film follows the story of two brothers who live in a poor chocolate factory. They are given chocolate by their boss, but soon realize that they must share it with someone else if they are to survive. Another film that many are familiar with is The Kid fromhodon. This is a film that was made in 1928 and stars Clark Gable. It tells the story of Gable's friend, whom he has always been jealous of. The friendship develops into something more serious when the two end up in prison after being accused of attempting to Lynch a black man. This is one of the earlier films of Chaplin that involves his use of humorously dark material. One other early film that features Chaplin is The Kid. Though it does not quite compare to the earlier films, it does have its own charm. It is a terrific film and stars Clark Gable and Yul Brynner. It tells the story of what really happened between Gable and another young man, Emmett Stiles. Both of them end up joining the circus, where Stiles ends up getting the part of the son of a richer man. Most of the early films of Chaplin are made on Nickelodeon. However, his first full-length feature was issued by the filmmakers of Universal Pictures. It was called Old Yule. It stars Collapsing, James Stewart, and technician Nat Brown. Later years have proven that Chaplin still had many hits when it came to comedies. His later films were no less hit. Some of these films had more enduring qualities than others. One of them is Charlie Chaplin's Man With One Red Shoe. Though it did not achieve the success of Charlie Chaplin's earlier films, it did make him an even more popular man. He went on to make many more films after that. He is known to be an exaggerated man in his films. Though some people might criticize his methods, they were often exaggerated to provide humor. He was no different in this respect. There are films of him that are completely outrageous, but humorous at the same time. Chaplin always used exaggeration in his films to keep the audience enthralled with his movies. Charlie Chaplin's films are many in number. But the greatest of all of them is The Great Night - A Charlie Chaplin Film (19 1928). In this film, he played the title role again. He was 40 years old at that time. There are many more films of Chaplin. Some of them are brilliant comedies, while others are classics. All in all, Chaplin's films have become a part of our life.