The correct answer to this question is The Tramp. Not only is it his most memorable character, but it also the name of his silent film. This film Chaplin wrote and directed himself in 1915. The character is childlike and good-hearted at nature, but portrayed as homeless.
The character was created on accident, while Chaplin was working on the short film Mabel's Strange Predicament. The Tramp was introduced to the public in the comedy Kid Auto Races at Venice. In the film named after, The Tramp escapes from prison and is able to do a lot of good in the community.
Charlie Chaplin may be known for a lot of things but there are some people who know him the most as a character in one of his movies. The Tramp has to be Charlie Chaplin’s most memorable character although other fans of Chaplin may disagree.
The story of this movie is The Tramp was able to escape from prison. Instead of doing bad, he was able to do a lot of good things. One example is when he saved a mother and child from drowning. Of course, not all of the things that he did after escaping from prison are good. There was also a time when he caused some trouble at a party. This film released in 1915 is still watched by people from all over the world.