Charlie Chaplin in ‘Modern Times’

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  1. To temper these figures a bit, the population is almost double what it was in 1960 and manufacturing is becoming more and more a 2nd and 3rd world occupation in the current economic structure.

  2. To temper these figures a bit, the population is almost double what it was in 1960 and manufacturing is becoming more and more a 2nd and 3rd world occupation in the current economic structure.

  3. To temper these figures a bit, the population is almost double what it was in 1960 and manufacturing is becoming more and more a 2nd and 3rd world occupation in the current economic structure.

  4. i love charlie.

  5. i love charlie.

  6. if i had to choose my 2 favorite parts of this movie they would be the part where charlie was in the jail and got the “nose powder” and was all “mah breads!”.
    and the other would be when charlie was walking down the sidewalk with the gamin(?) and switches sides with her (my bf told me that men should do this incase a car comes on the sidewalk – then the man gets run over and not the girl.) and then he runs into a pole.

  7. if i had to choose my 2 favorite parts of this movie they would be the part where charlie was in the jail and got the “nose powder” and was all “mah breads!”.
    and the other would be when charlie was walking down the sidewalk with the gamin(?) and switches sides with her (my bf told me that men should do this incase a car comes on the sidewalk – then the man gets run over and not the girl.) and then he runs into a pole.

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