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  1. Peter Boucher at |

    MY GOD !!!. YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN W.C. FIELDS !!!!!!

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  2. Peter Boucher at |

    THEDA BARA, RUDOLPH VALENTINO, NOAH BEERY SR., BOTH OF THE GISH SISTERS (DOROTHY AND LILLIAN)

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  3. Charles at |

    Kudos for putting Keaton where he belonged. I think Chaplain was a genius…but, Keaton had a little something extra when it came to silent films.

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    1. Tanya Bennett at |

      Agreed – I was so happy to see him at #1.

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  4. nico at |

    Harpo Marx !

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  5. Erik N at |

    Yes, I agree with Keaton at #1. While Chaplin’s films brim with transcendent set pieces, Keaton’s films hold together better as cohesive stories.

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  6. diamond at |

    i can’t believe you forgot ROWAN ATKINSON.

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  7. Canada Goose Parkas at |

    If Pickford was the sweet innocent girl next door, Mabel Normond was perhaps the other side of the coin. Writer, director, producer and star Normand was undone by scandal and drug addiction

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  8. Steve at |

    Chaplin is so obviously #1, that there was bound to be a contrarian not to put him there. His brilliance & impact make Keaton and everyone else pale in comparison. I don’t take this list seriously.

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