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Charlie Chaplin Films

Charlie Chaplin was one of the early innovators in the film industry in the early 20th century, and was both creative and a perfectionist. As such, his earliest films are short, funny, and with a very ‘impromptu’ feel – as time goes by, Chaplin expands his range and stretches...
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Chaplin in Paris

Charlie Chaplin: Interviews
(Chaplin in Paris – originally published September 20, 1921 in the New York Herald (Paris Edition)) Charlie Hunts up His Old Haunts Charlie Chaplin, the king of mirthmakers, has at last found that which he came to Europe to seek–a simple rest.   This was true up till...
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Charlie Chaplin sues Chaplin imitator

The Fatal Mallet - classic Charlie Chaplin silent short film
originally published February 20, 1925, by Marjorie Driscoll in the Los Angeles Examiner [In 1925, Charlie Chaplin sued Charles Amador, a film comedian who was a “Chaplin imitator” who used the film name “Charles Aplin.” Chaplin took the witness stand during that trial.] …When Mr. Chaplin resumed his...
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The Lost Charlie Chaplin Interview

The Lost Charlie Chaplin Interview, by Richard Meryman, as released by the Guardian Unlimited Richard Meryman: This interview is entirely concerned with your work and your art, and nothing else. I want to give some indication of how you work. Charlie Chaplin: The summation of my character is...
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Chaplin’s Own Story

My Autobiography, by Charlie Chaplin and David Robinson
Chaplin’s own story – an interview with Charlie Chaplin about his then-ongoing divorce from Lita Grey. Originally published on January 15, 1927, by Austin O’Malley, in the Los Angeles Examiner New York, Jan. 14 — Universal Service and the Chicago Herald and Examiner herewith present Charlie Chaplin‘s own...
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Charlie Chaplin – 1919 interview

Charlie Chaplin publicity photo
originally published December 2, 1919, by Ray W. Frohman in the Los Angeles Herald (When Charlie Chaplin, creator of ludicrous film divertissements that assuage the cares of a trouble world, was treated to a “pre-view” of Ray W. Frohman’s interview with him for The Evening Herald–the first authentic...
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Music of Charlie Chaplin

Music of Charlie Chaplin
Music of Charlie Chaplin – a list Many people tend to think of Charlie Chaplin as a great movie clown, actor, writer, director or even producer — €”but few people think of him as a composer of music.   This is understandable since the majority of his films were...
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lyrics to Eternally, composed by Charlie Chaplin

Oscar-winning music by Charlie Chaplin (also known as Terry's Theme)
Poetry – Eternally – theme to Limelight Oscar-winning music by Charlie Chaplin (also known as Terry’s Theme) These are the words to the theme music of Limelight, the music for which Charlie Chaplin won an Oscar in 1973 (even though the movie came out in 1952
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