The Master At Work. With a bowler hat, moustache, and can, Charlie Chaplin became one of the twentieth century's most recognized and beloved icons. But for decades, the secrets to his timeless film magic were presumed to be lost forever on the cutting-room floors of a bygone era. Now, available on DVD for the first time, Unknown Chaplin captures the cinematic genius as he was never meant to be seen. Using countless reels of footage and outtakes Chaplin has wanted destroyed, film archivist Kevin Brownlow and David Gill have meticulously crafted an essential and fascinating documentary homage to the 'Little Tramp' who will no doubt keep us laughing until the last flickering frame.