Charlie Chaplin (1889 - 1977) knew how to make an
impression during the days of silent movies. He was able to
show true leadership by leading his audience to a place
where he could capture the hearts and laughter of his
audience.

Chaplin was not always a star. He grew up in poverty in
London just before the World War I. Perhaps it was this
upbringing that helped him relate to one of the most beloved
characters of the silent screen: the tramp.

Chaplin helped found United Artists in 1919. It was there he
was able to develop his character, public persona and
infamous career.

Chaplin would point out when reflecting that comedy was an
important part of everyday life.

“A day without laughter,” said Chaplin, “is __________.” Try
to guess the end to this quote from the choices below.
  1. A day wasted.
  2. Like a day without orange juice.
  3. A very sad day.
  4. Destroys your self-esteem.

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Charlie Chaplin:
Laughter