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* The pokemon species Mr. Rime fits the bill to a T.

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* The pokemon species ''VideoGame/PokemonSwordAndShield'' introduced Mr. Rime Rime, who fits the bill to a T.

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* The pokemon species Mr. Rime fits the bill to a T.
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* Brazilian song "O Bêbado e a Equilibrista" mentions "a drunkard in mourning clothes, reminded me of the Tramp".



** One couch gag has Homer dressed as Chaplin, imitating Chaplin in the process.

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** One couch gag has Homer dressed as Chaplin, imitating Chaplin him in the process.


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* Given the Creator/JimHenson Company Lot is the old Charlie Chaplin Studios lot, they had to homage the founder by putting up [[Franchise/TheMuppets Kermit]] [[https://i.pinimg.com/originals/a9/9c/2f/a99c2f7a543374d5e6cf502a5a66c21f.jpg dressed as The Tramp]] in the entrance.
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* In ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', one of Hwel's inspirations involves "a little bandy legged man walking along a road. He had a little black hat on and he walked as though his boots were filled with water". ''He'' knows this is funny, but [[ItWillNeverCatchOn can't convince anyone else]].

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* In ''Discworld/WyrdSisters'', ''Literature/WyrdSisters'', one of Hwel's inspirations involves "a little bandy legged man walking along a road. He had a little black hat on and he walked as though his boots were filled with water". ''He'' knows this is funny, but [[ItWillNeverCatchOn can't convince anyone else]].


* According to actor Burgess Meredith, the Penguin's waddling walk on the 1960s ''Series/{{Batman}}'' show was modeled after Chaplin's Tramp walk.

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* According to actor Burgess Meredith, the Penguin's waddling walk on the 1960s ''Series/{{Batman}}'' ''Series/Batman1966'' show was modeled after Chaplin's Tramp walk.

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* On a Season 5 episode of ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'', Pam dresses up as Charlie Chaplin for Halloween. She realizes that if she takes the bowler hat off, she's UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler. ([[Film/TheGreatDictator Chaplin figured this out in 1940.]])

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* There's a brief Chaplin homage in ''Film/Paddington2''. During a prison break scene, Paddington is squeezed uncomfortably between a series of gears, much as Chaplin was in ''Film/ModernTimes'', and emerges with soot on his muzzle, resembling Chaplin's mustache.


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* In an episode of ''Series/PeakyBlinders''' second series, Tommy impresses Grace by introducing her to Chaplin at a party.
-->"Have you ever heard Charlie Chaplin speak?"


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** In "A Star is Hatched", Charlie comes out of a dressing room with a door that's shaped like an upside town T to accommodate his large feet.

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** In "A Star is Hatched", Charlie comes out of a dressing room with a door that's shaped like an upside town down T to accommodate his large feet.


* The animated intro of Film/TheReturnOfThePinkPanther has the Pink Panther imitating Chaplin as well as other famous movie stars.

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* The [[AnimatedCreditsOpening animated intro intro]] of Film/TheReturnOfThePinkPanther has the Pink Panther imitating Chaplin as well as other famous movie stars.

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** In "A Star is Hatched", Charlie comes out of a dressing room with a door that's shaped like an upside town T to accommodate his large feet.


* According to actor Burgess Meredith, the Penguin's waddling walk on the 1960s ''Batman'' show was modeled after Chaplin's Tramp walk.

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* According to actor Burgess Meredith, the Penguin's waddling walk on the 1960s ''Batman'' ''Series/{{Batman}}'' show was modeled after Chaplin's Tramp walk.


* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'': In the episode "Emperor Joker!", one of the Joker's {{mook}}s is a [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/2443740.html huge, muscular version of Chaplin.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'': In the episode "Emperor Joker!", one of the Joker's {{mook}}s is a [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/2443740.html huge, muscular version of Chaplin.]]Chaplin,]] along with others based on Creator/BusterKeaton, Creator/HaroldLloyd, and Creator/FattyArbuckle.


* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'': In the episode "Emperor Joker!", one of the Joker's {{mook}}s is a [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/2443740.html huge, muscular version of Chaplin]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'': In the episode "Emperor Joker!", one of the Joker's {{mook}}s is a [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/2443740.html huge, muscular version of Chaplin]].Chaplin.]]


* A parody of a famous Chaplin scene. Can be EatingShoes (''Film/TheGoldRush''), getting stuck between large factory wheels (''Film/ModernTimes'') or sitting next to a little child (''Film/TheKid'') or a dog (''Film/ADogsLife'') on a doorstep.

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* A parody of a famous Chaplin scene. Can be EatingShoes (''Film/TheGoldRush''), getting stuck between large factory wheels (''Film/ModernTimes'') or sitting next to a little child (''Film/TheKid'') (''Film/{{The Kid|1921}}'') or a dog (''Film/ADogsLife'') on a doorstep.

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