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Charlie Chaplin was an English film actor, one of Hollywood's first great movie stars. Most of Chaplin's work came during the silent film era, and frequently acted as his screen persona, "The Tramp". Some of Chaplin's most famous films include The Tramp, The Kid, and The Great Dictator, in which Chaplin portrayed both the protagonist and a parody of Adolf Hitler.
Chaplin was a member of the Janus branch of the Cahill family, though it is unknown how active he was in branch activities or if he was involved in Clue hunting. A banner depicting Chaplin hangs in the Janus stronghold underneath Disco Volante in Venice, Italy.