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Making a Living (1914) was a Silent Films - Comedy Film directed by Henry Lehrman and produced by Mack Sennett.

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September Slapstick: Chaplin’s First Film | Making a Living (1914)

By chrisgiddens on Sep 26, 2012 From The Giddy Blog

An entire blog series can be created just for the shorts of Charles “Charlie” Chaplin, and I plan to do this for the next month starting with the letter ‘C’…maybe I should choose a different time. Regardless, Chaplin made his film debut in the appropriately titled,?Maki... Read full article

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Sixth of twelve movies that starred The Keystone Cops.
First film appearance of Charles Chaplin, and one of the few in those early years in which he does not play the Tramp.
Chaplin's character is named Edgar English, but most of the characters he played (usually in the persona of the Tramp) would be either nameless, or would informally be given the name Charlie.
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