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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|7 February 1914}}|| align="left" | ''[[Kid Auto Races at Venice]]''|| align="left" | [[The Tramp|Tramp]]|| align="left" | Released on a split-reel (i.e. two films on one reel) with an education film, ''Olives and Trees.''
 
| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|2 February 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[Making a Living]]'' || || || || || align="left" | Slicker ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|79 February 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[KidMabel's AutoStrange Races at VenicePredicament]]'' || || || || || align="left" | [[The Tramp|Tramp]] || align="left" | ReleasedFilmed onbefore abut split-reelreleased (i.e.after two''Kid filmsAuto onRaces oneat reel)Venice'', withhence anit educationwas in this film, ''Olivesthat andthe TreesTramp costume was first used.''{{sfn|Robinson|p=113}}
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|928 February 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[Mabel'sBetween Strange PredicamentShowers]]'' || || || || || align="left" | Masher ([[The Tramp|Tramp]]) || align="left" | Filmed before but released after ''Kid Auto Races at Venice'', hence it was in this film that the Tramp costume was first used.{{sfn|Robinson|p=113}}
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|192 FebruaryMarch 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|thieffilm|[[A ThiefFilm CatcherJohnnie]]}}'' || || || || || align="left" | AThe PolicemanFilm ||Johnnie align="left"([[The Tramp]]) | Print discovered in 2010.<ref name="thief" />|
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|2816 FebruaryMarch 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[BetweenHis ShowersFavourite Pastime]]'' || || || || || align="left" | MasherDrinker ([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|24 MarchApril 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|filmstar|[[AThe FilmStar JohnnieBoarder (1914 film)|The Star Boarder]]}}'' || || || || || align="left" | The FilmStar Johnnieboarder ([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|920 MarchApril 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[TangoTwenty TanglesMinutes of Love]]'' || || || || || align="left" | TipsyPickpocket Dancer([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|1627 MarchApril 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[HisCaught Favouritein Pastimea Cabaret]]'' || align="left" || Waiter ([[The || Tramp]]) || || align="left" | DrinkerTwo reels. Co-writer: ([[TheMabel TrampNormand]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|264 MarchMay 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[Cruel,Caught Cruelin Lovethe Rain]]'' || || || || || align="left" | LordTipsy HelpusHotel Guest ([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|41 AprilJune 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|starfatal|[[The StarFatal Boarder (1914 film)|The Star BoarderMallet]]}}'' || || || || || align="left" | The Star boarderSuitor ([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|1811 AprilJune 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|knock|[[MabelThe at the WheelKnockout]]}}'' || align="left" || Referee (Considered ||by some to ||be [[The || align="left" | Villain Tramp]]) || align="left" | Two reels
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|20 AprilJune 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[TwentyMabel's MinutesMarried of LoveLife]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | PickpocketMabel's Husband ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Co-writer: Mabel Normand
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|279 AprilJuly 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[CaughtLaughing inGas a(1914 Cabaretfilm)|Laughing Gas]]'' || || || align="centerleft" | Dentist's || align="center" | || align="left" | WaiterAssistant ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Two reels. Co-writer: [[Mabel Normand]]
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|41 MayAugust 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|prop|[[CaughtThe inProperty the RainMan]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | TipsyThe HotelProperty GuestMan ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Two reels
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|710 MayAugust 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|busyface|[[AThe BusyFace Day]]}}''on the ||Bar Room Floor (1914 film)||The Face on ||the Bar {{Yes}}Room || {{YesFloor]]}} ''|| align="left" | WifeArtist ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | ReleasedBased on athe split-reel[[The withFace anupon educationalthe short,Barroom ''TheFloor|poem Morningby Papers.'Hugh Antoine d'Arcy]].
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|113 JuneAugust 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|fatal|[[TheRecreation Fatal Mallet(film)|Recreation]]}}'' || align="left" || [[The Tramp|Tramp]]| || || align="left" | SuitorReleased ([[as a split-reel with a travel short, ''The Tramp]]) ||Yosemite.''
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|427 JuneAugust 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|masq|[[HerThe FriendMasquerader the(1914 film)|The BanditMasquerader]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | BanditFilm Actor || align="left" | The only known Chaplin ([[lostThe filmTramp]].{{sfn) |Robinson|p=122}} Co-director: Mabel Normand
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|1131 JuneAugust 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|knock|[[TheHis New KnockoutProfession]]}}'' || || || || || align="left" | RefereeCharlie (Considered by some to be [[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Two reels
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|1324 JuneSeptember 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|new|[[Mabel'sThe BusyNew DayJanitor]]}}'' || || || || || align="left" | TipsyJanitor Nuisance([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|2010 JuneOctober 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[Mabel'sThose MarriedLove LifePangs]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Mabel's HusbandMasher ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Co-writer: Mabel Normand
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|926 JulyOctober 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[LaughingDough Gasand (1914 film)|Laughing GasDynamite]]'' || align="left" || Waiter ([[The || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}}Tramp]]) || align="left" | Dentist'sTwo Assistantreels. Co-writer: ([[TheMack TrampSennett]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|129 AugustOctober 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|prop|[[TheGentlemen Propertyof ManNerve]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | TheImpecunious PropertyTrack ManEnthusiast ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Two reels
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|107 AugustNovember 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|face|[[The Face on the Bar Room Floor (1914 film)|The Face on the BarHis RoomMusical FloorCareer]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | ArtistPiano Mover ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Based on the [[The Face upon the Barroom Floor|poem by Hugh Antoine d'Arcy]].
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|139 AugustNovember 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[RecreationHis (film)|RecreationTrysting Place]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Husband ([[The Tramp|Tramp]]) || align="left" | ReleasedTwo as a split-reel with a travel short, ''The Yosemite.''reels
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|275 AugustDecember 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|masq|[[TheGetting Masquerader (1914 film)|The MasqueraderAcquainted]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Film ActorSpouse ([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|317 AugustDecember 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[His NewPrehistoric ProfessionPast]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | CharlieWeakchin ([[The Tramp]])|| align="left" || Two reels
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|7 September 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|rounders|[[The Rounders (1914 film)|The Rounders]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Reveller || align="left" | Co-starring [[Roscoe Arbuckle]]
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|24 September 1914}} || align="left" | ''{{sort|new|[[The New Janitor]]}}'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Janitor ([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|10 October 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[Those Love Pangs]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Masher ([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|26 October 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[Dough and Dynamite]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Waiter ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Two reels. Co-writer: [[Mack Sennett]]
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|29 October 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[Gentlemen of Nerve]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Impecunious Track Enthusiast ([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|7 November 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[His Musical Career]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Piano Mover ([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|9 November 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[His Trysting Place]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Husband ([[The Tramp]]) || align="left" | Two reels
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|14 November 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914 film)|Tillie's Punctured Romance]]'' || || || || || align="left" | Charlie, a City Slicker || align="left" | Six reels. From the play, ''Tillie's Nightmare'', by A. Baldwin Sloane and [[Edgar Smith (librettist) | Edgar Smith]].
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|5 December 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[Getting Acquainted]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Spouse ([[The Tramp]]) ||
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| scope="row" align="left" | {{dts|7 December 1914}} || align="left" | ''[[His Prehistoric Past]]'' || || || {{Yes}} || {{Yes}} || align="left" | Weakchin ([[The Tramp]])|| align="left" | Two reels
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