Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin (1916)

Arguably the best of Charlie Chaplin's 12 Lone Star/Mutual comedies, Easy Street gives us a look at the environment in which Chaplin grew up, the slums of South London. Indeed the title of the film is likely a reference to the street… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1916
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Carlos Magalh„es
A light and funny short silent in which Chaplin the tramp gets a job as a policeman and must put order in the London slums.
Dean McKenna
This is my second all-the-time favourite Charlie Chaplin silent comedy film that makes me laugh heaps in the scene of Chaplin as the policeman against the head… More
Aj V
The story is interesting, not great, but it's funny enough to watch.
Ken Stachnik
Chaplin becomes a police officer and cleans up easy street. The highlight is Chaplin's first fight with with the bully
Candy Rose
Classic Charlie Chaplin silent movie. Charlie is a tramp who falls in love with the church organist. He gets a job as a policeman in the South London slums,… More
Eric Broome
I would not have expected a Chaplin film to have a pivotal gag about intravenous drugs. Creepy. My best laugh was his character feeding a room of needy children… More