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Opened in Theaters: Thursday, January 1st, 1931

Directed by Charles Chaplin

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City Lights

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Starring Charlie Chaplin

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[--- See Now! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberDec 5, 2007

Despite going to sound, Director/Actor Charlie Chaplin refuse to give up of the Silent Era, even if the era is fading fast. "City Lights" is one of his best works. it's could be call a comedy, but it also a tending romantic story of the tramp befriending a blind girl who's operation could restore her sight. the film's both funny and sad. I can't reveal the ending, but the ending's pretty sad. I saw the movie a few years ago and I was movied by the film. Virginia Cherrill, played the blind Girl. She play her heartbreaking role very well. 




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