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Modern Times

Title
Modern Times (2022)
Modern Times
Year
2022
Catalog
Genre
IMDB
Rating
8.3 from 10 with total 2382 votes
Premiere
1936-02-11
Runtime
87 minutes
Description
The Tramp struggles to live in modern industrial society with the help of a young homeless woman.
Cast

Charlie Chaplin character A Factory Worker

Paulette Goddard character A Gamin

Henry Bergman character Cafe Proprietor

Tiny Sandford character Big Bill

Chester Conklin character Mechanic

Hank Mann character Burglar

Stanley Blystone character Gamin's Father

Al Ernest Garcia character President of the Electro Steel Corp.

Richard Alexander character Cellmate

Cecil Reynolds character Minister

Mira McKinney character Minister's Wife

Murdock MacQuarrie character J. Widdecombe Billows

Wilfred Lucas character Juvenile Officer

Edward LeSaint character Sheriff Couler

Fred Malatesta character Headwaiter

Sammy Stein character Turbine Operator

Juana Sutton character Woman with Buttoned Bosom

Ted Oliver character Billows' Assistant

Norman Ainsley character Billows' Silent Assistant (uncredited)

Bobby Barber character Worker (uncredited)

Heinie Conklin character Assembly Line Worker Next to Big Bill (uncredited)

Gloria DeHaven character Gamin's Sister (uncredited)

Pat Flaherty character Jail Guard (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton character Worker (uncredited)

Pat Harmon character Paddywagon Policeman (uncredited)

Lloyd Ingraham character Frustrated Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Walter James character Assembly Line Foreman (uncredited)

Jack Low character Worker (uncredited)

Buddy Messinger character Cigar Counterman (uncredited)

Bruce Mitchell character Paddywagon Policeman (uncredited)

Frank Moran character Convict (uncredited)

James C. Morton character Assembly Line Relief Man (uncredited)

Louis Natheaux character Burglar (uncredited)

J. C. Nugent character Department Store Section Manager (uncredited)

Russ Powell character Gypsy in Police Patrol Wagon (uncredited)

John Rand character Waiter (uncredited)

Harry Wilson character Worker (uncredited)