Deaf since a young child, Granville Redmond became a natural for the silent movie industry of the teens and twenties. He was known to have appeared and was credited for performing in the following films:
1. City Lights (1931) -- Redmond plays the role of a sculptor, this film was written & directed by Charlie Chaplin. The little tramp (Chaplin) falls in love with a blind flower girl.
2. You'd Be Surprised (1926) -- Redmond plays the role of a butler and deputy coroner.
3. A Woman of Paris: A Drama of Fate (1923) -- Redmond plays a party guest. Written and directed by Charlie Chaplin.
4. The Idle Class (1921) -- it was also known as Vanity Fair, Redmond played a guest. Considered one of Chaplin's best short comedies, Chaplin plays the dual role of a tramp and a rich idler.
5. The Kid (1921) -- Redmond played a friend to a leading character. Written and directed by Charlie Chaplin, the tramp finds and takes care of an orphaned boy (Jackie Coogan).
6. A Day's Pleasure (1919) -- also known as A Ford Story, Redmond played a boat passenger. Written and directed by Charlie Chaplin.
7. Sunnyside (1919) -- Chaplin plays a farm hand who falls in love with the neighbor's daughter.
8. A Dog's Life (1918) -- Redmond plays a dance hall proprietor. The little tramp (Chaplin) and his dog struggle to survive in the inner city.
Granville Redmond and Charlie Chaplin
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