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Modern Times (1936)

NR 02/05/1936 (US) DramaComedy 1h 27m

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Overview

The Tramp struggles to live in modern industrial society with the help of a young homeless woman.

  1. Charlie Chaplin

    Director, Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Charlie Chaplin

    Charlie Chaplin

    A factory worker

  2. Paulette Goddard

    Paulette Goddard

    A gamin

  3. Henry Bergman

    Henry Bergman

    Cafe proprietor

  4. Tiny Sandford

    Tiny Sandford

    Big Bill

  5. Chester Conklin

    Chester Conklin

    Mechanic

  6. Hank Mann

    Hank Mann

    Burglar

  7. Stanley Blystone

    Stanley Blystone

    Gamin's father

  8. Al Ernest Garcia

    Al Ernest Garcia

    President of the Electro Steel Corp.

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Modern Times
Modern Times

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget $1,500,000.00

Revenue $8,500,000.00

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