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Description: This feature-length documentary about Professor Jože Dolmark shows the protagonist as a boy of many insights, interests and talents; as an art historian, an authority on literature and the history of cinema and photography, a movie critic, cineaste, screenwriter, actor, and above all an extraordinary teacher and professor, and in a fresh light: intimately, through anecdotes and his globe view, as befits a boy of his greatness. Jože Dolmark is a brilliant intellectual, an eloquent speaker, and an astute observer of Slovenian culture, cinema, and life at large.
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While I don't think this present about Chaplin is among the very greatest on the boy (I'd probably tell "Unknown Chaplin" might just be that), it is very nice and a great discussion of the early scene and movie career of Charlie Chaplin. It focuses quite a bit on his early poverty and tough childhood as well as his career in short films. It stops with his years with Mutual Studio--ending around the time of the First Globe War. I think the largest reason I only scored the present a 7 was because it was just too short. At 52 minutes, it's only a glimpse into Chaplin and leaves a lot unsaid. A decent biography and examination of his career and filmmaking should be a mini-series all by itself! So, for the advanced Chaplin fan, it's just not enough but for the casual viewer it's well worth seeing. As for me, I liked it because they often showed Kevin Brownlow and got his impressions of Chaplin. Brownlow is a genius when it comes to the lives of many of the silent movie stars and has made the greatest documentaries on these folks-- including Chaplin.
The Birth of the Tramp (2013) *** (out of 4)Peter Hudson narrates this documentary that takes a look at Charles Chaplin's career before his Tramp hero and how he became a legend when he created the homeless treasure. Kate Guyonvarch, David Robinson and movie historian Kevin Brownlow are on hand to discuss what Chaplin was doing in the early part of his career and how The Tramp was born. There have been countless documentaries on the life and career of Chaplin so one gotta hold that in mind when they view this. THE BIRTH OF THE TRAMP isn't nearly as nice as something like UNKNOWN CHAPLIN but fanatics of the comic legend will certainly wish to watch this since it gives a lot of feature in the actor's career before The Tramp and certainly before his soon day films. It gives a lot of feature to Chaplin's early work and we receive to hear about how his popularity rose over time and how he would eventually become a legend.The documentary is certainly well-made and there's no question that Robinson and Brownlow are among the most knowledgeable folks so getting to hear from them is everytime great.
I think this short documentary is of value to fanatics of Chaplin and silent films in general. The focus of the movie is rather narrow roughly covering the years 1910 to 1917 with a bit of history from his birth in 1889 to early adulthood. I never realized what a troubled youth Chaplin experienced with an alcoholic father and a mother who was eventually committed to an asylum. The movie holds to the storyline of how Chaplin became a performer when his mother, who was a singer for a time, named him on scene from the wings of a theater she was appearing in when she suddenly lost her voice. He was five years old at the time and wound up singing a couple of songs to the delight of the crowd who tossed coins on scene in appreciation. That was the beginning for Chaplin in London where he was born.As a young man, Chaplin came to the attention of promoter Fred Karno who made him part of his troupe, eventually sponsoring him to America in 1910. Along for that ride was other talented comedian called Stanley Jefferson who became Chaplin's roommate in Fresh York City. I think most of you would know him better by the name of Stan Laurel.Another cool thing I learned watching this movie was that in the early days of vaudeville, the customer base consisted of lower class people. The scent of disinfectant in theaters was massive in order to mask body odor and to control insects! As a refuge for terrible people seeking entertainment, middle and upper class citizens maintained their distance, something I would never have thought about if it wasn't explained here. Very interesting.The narrative follows Chaplin through his early contract with Keystone Movies and Mack Sennett, eventually moving on to the Essanay Studio (a takeoff on 'S' and 'A', the initials of founders Charles Spoor and Bronco Billy Anderson). Difficult to trust that Chaplin was offered twelve hundred fifty dollars a week and a ten thousand dollar signing premium along with constructive control over fourteen movies with Essanay! But that was only the start. With the origin of The Tramp hero in his second movie, "Mabel's Strange Predicament", Chaplin moved on to the Mutual Movie Corporation when his Essanay obligation was fulfilled. Their offer was for ten thousand dollars a week with a one hundred fifty thousand dollar signing bonus! Those numbers seem unimaginable today. In his autobiography, Chaplin states that his happiest productive years as a writer, director and actor were the ones he spent with Mutual.Because Chaplin didn't produce his earliest films, he had no method of maintaining quality control of the product, so those that survived had different quality issues. With restoration however, many of those movies have been brought back to much of their original glory. One of the nice benefits of catching this short documentary is seeing so many of the users who had film roles in those early years, including such greats as Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. Stan and Ollie present up too!
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