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Two very brief deleted scenes from Modern Times are here, and so is Chaplin's 1916 short "The Rink," which has some great roller-skating material. Carried over from previous DVD issues: an excellent 26-minute "Chaplin Today" piece featuring the Dardenne brothers, who speak insightfully about the social concerns of Modern Times, and a 10-minute Cuban documentary, "For the First Time" (1967), which depicts a peasant village witnessing their first movie--you can guess which film it is. --Robert Horton
A masterpiece of comedy and social commentary. Brilliantly written, acted and directed by the incomparable Charlie Chaplin. Easily his most important film. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sophia
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|Any news about other Chaplin films coming to Blu-ray?||
These have never been out on Blu-Ray, only DVD, and even those are out of print now.
Looks like Criterion has bought the rights for all the ones you mentioned plus Monsieur Verdoux & Limelight.
Most of the movies haven't been slated for release yet, but The Great Dictator comes out on... Read More
Apr 18, 2011 by Nick Vanetta | See all 5 posts
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