Chaplin at Keystone (DVD)
This essential box set features the 34 surviving Charlie Chaplin Keystone shorts.
Charles Chaplin joined Keystone studios in late 1913, made 35 films in a single year, directed more than half of them, and developed his much loved persona, The Little Tramp'.
This stunning 4-disc set featuring the 34 surviving Chaplin Keystone shorts is the result of an international collaboration to restore the films.
The box includes Chaplin's first feature, Tillie's Punctured Romance (directed by Sennett), supporting the great vaudevillian Marie Dressler in her screen debut. With musical accompaniment by Eric Beheim, Neil Brand, Antonio Coppola and The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra.
The set contains an excellent booklet by Jeffrey Vance.
What the press said
Important, instructive, hugely enjoyable'“ Observer
No. Discs 4 DVDs
Running Time 9 hrs 21
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