Work Overview:

Work (1915) was a Short Films Film directed by Charlie Chaplin and produced by Jess Robbins.

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Upload (2020) s01e07 – Bring Your Dad to Work Day

By Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 6, 2020 From The Stop Button

As a streaming sitcom, filler doesn?t feel the same way in ?Upload? as it does in a regular sitcom. ?Upload? is not chasing that syndication deal, which in theory wouldn?t affect the A plot?dead guy Robbie Amell falling in love with his living virtual?actual?assistant Andy Allo?much but the B plot i... Read full article


The Leopard Man (1943): A Work of Sound and Shadow

By 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 23, 2019 From 4 Star Films

It’s fitting that a pair of castanets act as our entry point into the latest entry from Val Lewton’s RKO unit. Not only do they instantly grab our attention, but they foreshadow the auditory nature of the film and, in the cultural context, provide a little shorthand for where our setting... Read full article


Document?rio: Magician: The Astonishing Life and Work of Orson Welles (2004)

By L? on Sep 2, 2019 From Critica Retro

Document?rio: Magician: The Astonishing Life and Work of Orson Welles (2004) Aos dez anos, a intelig?ncia de Orson era not?cia de jornal. Aos treze, ele interpretava a Virgem Maria em uma pe?a da escola. Aos 19, ele dirigiu sua primeira pe?a. Aos 23, sua performance de “Guerra dos Mund... Read full article


Classic Conversations: Oscar Winners Sandy Powell and John Myhre on How the Classic Film Inspired Their Work on ?Mary Poppins Returns?

By Guest Post on Aug 20, 2019 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Classic Conversations: Oscar Winners Sandy Powell and John Myhre on How the Classic Film Inspired Their Work on ?Mary Poppins Returns? Julie Andrews in Mary Poppins (1964) and Emily Blunt in Mary Poppins Returns (2018) Mary Poppins was one of the first films I saw in a movie theater as a child... Read full article


Farewell to FilmStruck: My Viewing Suggestions (A Work in Progress)

By KC on Oct 30, 2018 From Classic Movies

Speaking in stages of grief, the denial phase lasted a long time for me when I heard that the film streaming service FilmStruck would be no more after 11/29. This beautifully curated site has become invaluable to me as a way to find amazing new movies and learn more about them via a rich array of sp... Read full article


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This film was one of several Chaplin comedies scheduled to be shown at the New-York Historical Society in September of 2001. In the wake of the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, however, this film and one other, Dough and Dynamite, were pulled from the program, because each one ends with Charlie emerging from the rubble of a destroyed building.
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Also released in 1915




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