Bradford International Film Festival 2014

To mark 100 of The Tramp. There will also be free Chaplin activities for families.

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Easy Street (Country: US; Year: 1917; Director: Charles Chaplin; Writer: Vincent Bryan, Charles Chaplin, Charles Chaplin, Charles Chaplin, Maverick Terrell; Stars: Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Albert Austin, Lloyd Bacon, Henry Bergman, Frank J. Coleman, William Gillespie, James T. Kelley, Charlotte Mineau, John Rand, Janet Miller Sully, Loyal Underwood, Erich von Stroheim Jr., Leo White)
A tramp becomes a policeman.
Showing as a double bill with The Immigrant.
The Immigrant (Country: US; Year: 1917; Director: Charles Chaplin; Writer: Vincent Bryan, Charles Chaplin, Maverick Terrell; Stars: Charles Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Albert Austin, Henry Bergman, Kitty Bradbury, Frank J. Coleman, William Gillespie, Tom Harrington, James T. Kelley, John Rand, Tiny Sandford, Janet Miller Sully, Loyal Underwood, Tom Wilson)
Charlie sails to the US.
Showing as a double bill with Easy Street.
Modern Times (Country: US; Year: 1936; Director: Charles Chaplin; Writer: Charles Chaplin; Stars: Charles Chaplin, Paulette Goddard, Henry Bergman, Tiny Sandford, Chester Conklin, Hank Mann, Stanley Blystone)
A factory worker struggles to come to terms with a rapidly changing world in this silent comedy classic.
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