Films included in "The Charlie Chaplin Collection: Between Laughter and Tears" (playing May 29-June 11 at the Tower Theatre, 876 E. 900 East):

- "City Lights" (1931): The Tramp becomes a boxer to help out a blind flower girl. Starring Chaplin, Virginia Cherrill and Harry Meyers. 87 minutes. (May 29-31).- "The Gold Rush" (1925): The Tramp joins the thousands seeking fortune in California. Starring Chaplin, Georgia Hale and Mack Swain. 72 minutes. Plays with "Payday." (May 29-30).

- "Pay Day" (1922): Short featuring Chaplin as a laborer. 22 minutes. Plays with "The Gold Rush." (May 29-30).

- "The Kid" (1921): The Tramp becomes the adoptive father of an abandoned child. Starring Chaplin, Jackie Coogan and Edna Purviance. 53 minutes. Plays with "The Idle Class." (May 31-June 1).

- "The Idle Class" (1921): Mistaken-identity farce starring Chaplin as both the Tramp and a bored aristocrat. 32 minutes. Plays with "The Kid." (May 31-June 1).

- "The Circus" (1928): The Tramp is hired to be a circus clown. Starring Chaplin, Merna Kennedy and Allan Garcia. 72 minutes. Plays with "A Day's Pleasure." (June 1-2).

- "A Day's Pleasure" (1919): Comedy about a disastrous family outing. Starring Chaplin and Edna Purviance. 20 minutes. Plays with "The Circus." (June 1-2).

- "A Woman of Paris" (1923): Drama about a country girl who becomes the mistress of a cynical rich man. Starring Edna Purviance, Adolphe Menjou and Carl Miller. 81 minutes. Plays with "Sunny Side." (June 2-4).

- "Sunny Side" (1919): Chaplin plays a handyman on a farm. Starring Edna Purviance and Henry Bergman. 30 minutes. Plays with "A Woman of Paris." (June 2-4).

- "Modern Times" (1936): Chaplin plays a factory worker caught up in the hectic machine age. Starring Paulette Goddard and Henry Bergman. 89 minutes. (June 5-6).

- "Chaplin Revue": Compilation of the short films "A Dog's Life" (1918), "Shoulder Arms" (1918) and "The Pilgrim" (1923). (June 7).

- "The Great Dictator" (1940): Chaplin plays both a Hitler-like dictator and a barber mistaken for him in this satire. Starring Paulette Goddard and Jack Oakie. 125 minutes. (June 8).

- "Monsieur Verdoux" (1947): Black comedy starring Chaplin as a French Bluebeard. Featuring Marilyn Nash and Martha Raye. 124 minutes. (June 9).

- "Limelight" (1952): Wistful comedy/drama starring Chaplin as a fading music hall comedian. Featuring Claire Bloom, Buster Keaton and Sydney Chaplin. 136 minutes. (June 10).

- "A King in New York" (1957): Parody of the McCarthy Red Scare trial starring Chaplin as the title character. Featuring Dawn Addams and Michael Chaplin. 110 minutes. (June 11).