Summary Of The Movie 'The Tramp' By Charlie Chaplin

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Best filmmaker in the 1920’s? Charlie Chaplin. Chaplin changed the way films were produced and how they were seen. Compare what technology is today to what it used to be. Imagine watching a black and white movie with no talking nor outside sounds. Watching a movie today at the movie theater you can almost feel the vibration from how loud it is. Chaplin was able to produce and star in silent films and he still was able to get his point across. Today when people watch a movie, there are multiple colors and sounds. It would be weird to people if it was how it used to be because people are used to the new changes. Life on the streets influenced Charlie Chaplin, his character “The Tramp” helped him become a silent film star, and Chaplin’s style was adored by to the public for his sense of humor …show more content…
The this character quickly got attention from the audience and readers. Chaplin made this character to be relatable to his own life and described him as himself. As Peterson explains, “The Tramp” or “Little Fellow” wore baggy pants, a small derby hat, oversized shoes and a loose button up shirt. This character was adored worldwide for many years. In 1915 was when the character was the most famous (2-3). Chaplin was accepted and wanted by many people for his character, “Mutual Films; a wall street-back production company; put $1.5 million in on Chaplin and risked all of that money toward the ‘Little Tramp’” (Fleischman 103). Chaplin used a special sense of humor and techniques for “The Tramp.” Chaplin made not just silent films but comedy silent films. Chaplin's films were usually filled with chaos as Diamond says (33).Chaplins filmmaking was different than most people. He made sure and demanded that everyone should work together in every single film. Chaplin often provided almost everyone with original laughter throughout their everyday lives (Diamond 36). Chaplin was a very notable person for his way of doing

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