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Charlie Chaplin refuse to give up on the silent era. Not yet anyway. His movie "Modern times" which came out in 1936 is one the last silent movies, but it has some sound and some talking, but overall, it's a silent film. You got to remember her name Paulette Goddard, who is Chaplin's love intrest is appealing. She is one of the best things in the movie. the film takes a look at labor, unemployment and Communism as seen though the eyes of Chaplin. it has some memorable moments. I saw the movie on Turner Classic Movies. It was a wonderful treat for me. This is one of Chaplin's best works.
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