The Directors: 7x7
Charlie Chaplin: 2/7
By 1925, Chaplin had left First National and joined up with United Artists, with whom he would make all but two of the rest of his films (this per Wikipedia). Following the critically lauded but financially unsuccessful A Woman of Paris, Chaplin produced what many consider to be his finest film: The Gold Rush.
The story is straightforward enough: In the days of prospecting for gold in America's most remote regions, a Lone Prospector…