We had to check but the Charlie Chaplin tribute isn't the first video doodle to grace the Google home page. That honor was bestowed upon John Lennon to celebrate his 70th birthday. His video, however, was just an animation whereas Google's latest doodle dials up the frame rate to recreate the lovable tramp's antics in a very Google way. The video doodle's only available from the Google Australia home page but we expect that to change just as soon as the Earth completes its rotation. See it after the break -- just remember: a $2 muffin from 100 years ago would cost about $47 today without AdSense support.
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