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Apr 6, 2022

[Answer] Whose famous on-screen alter-ego was the Little Tramp?

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...1. Buster Keaton 2. Harold Lloyd 3. Charlie Chaplin 4. Groucho Marx




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Charlie Chaplin - In 1913, silent screen star Charlie Chaplin's signed a contract with Keystone Studios. His first one-reeler, "Making a Living," was not well received, so the producer ordered Chaplin to create a different character. Donning baggy pants, floppy shoes, and a small mustache, Chaplin invented the character the Little Tramp, who made his first appearance in "Kid Auto Races at Venice." Chaplin went on to play many other characters, but the Tramp was the most memorable.:


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