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SMILE” originated as instrumental theme music, composed by Charlie Chaplin, for a soundtrack in the 1936 silent movie Modern Times. Description from mjjcommunity.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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"Spring Is Here" performed by Charlie Chaplin from the 1952 movie "Limelight", directed and written by Charlie Chaplin. (Words and music by Charlie Chaplin)

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"Those Charlie Chaplin Feet " Sheet music ...... By the year 1915, Charles Chaplin was enjoying great popularity in silent movies as "The Tramp". The Columbia Graphophone Company seized the opportunity in the same year and released "Those Charlie Chaplin Feet" by comic artists, Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan, as a tribute song to the rising star. Here's how it sounded: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHPeqJo6LYs

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"Smile" sung by Nat King Cole; Music by Charlie Chaplin (With lyrics.) It's surprising how many folks don't realize that Chaplin was the composer of some very beautiful music.

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