Directed by Charlie Chaplin
Directed by Charles Chaplin • 1918 • United States
From the depths of a trench in war-torn France, Chaplin supplies a little levity to a stark situation as an American soldier dreams of one day becoming a WWI hero. A man can dream can't he?
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Directed by Charles Chaplin • 1919 • United States
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Directed by Charles Chaplin • 1921 • United States
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