The Tramp at 100: A Charlie Chaplin Retrospective

May 17-28

In early 1914, when Charlie Chaplin casually improvised his character The Tramp, pretending to photobomb a newsreel crew in Kid Auto Races at Venice, he could not have known that this charming underdog, with his vagrant clothes and gentlemanly manners, would catapult him to fame and, 100 years later, remain an icon of world cinema. To celebrate the Little Tramp’s centennial, we are proud to offer this touring collection of Chaplin’s greatest works from 1918 to 1952, recently restored and available digitally for the first time.

In cooperation with Janus Films, The Film Desk, MK2, the Chaplin estate and Emerging Pictures.

Tickets: $10 | $8 museum members. Scroll down and click the films of your choice to purchase tickets online.