Charlie Chaplin

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English comedian and film maker

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Movie producer Samuel Goldwyn, left, Charles Chaplin, center, Douglas Fairbanks Sr.
His choice of collaborators was first Charles Chaplin, then John Huston, but his efforts led to little more than friendship.
Not only that, but Stallone also became only the the third person to be nominated for both acting and writing in the same year, following Charles Chaplin for The Great Dictator (1940) and Orson Welles for Citizen Kane (1941).
How did we go from the elaborately designed visual gags of silent-era masters Charles Chaplin, Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd to a slapstick repertoire that's limited to kicks in the crotch and Hilary Duff pratfalls?
99 or as a 10-feature boxed set, which also includes two bonus films, A Woman Of Paris and A King In New York as well as the new documentary Charlie: The Life And Art Of Charles Chaplin.
June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Straight from its world premiere at Cannes, "Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin," opens the SILVERDOCS: AFI/Discovery Channel Documentary Festival on Wednesday, June 18.
Included is "Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin," the feature-length documentary which was a highlight of 2003's Cannes Film Festival and is currently a finalist for an Academy Award nomination as Best Documentary.
It starred Mary Pickford, below, as well as an appearance by Charles Chaplin 'in his new profession and powerful company'.
In 1914, Charles Chaplin made his movie debut as the comedy short ''Making a Living'' was released by Keystone Film Co.
IF Mr Charles Chaplin, the comedian, now on his way back to Britain, returns to the United States, he will be held by the Immigration and Naturalisation Service until it is decided whether he can be readmitted under Federal Law.
Griffith, Charles Chaplin, and Jean Renoir; and studies of movements and genres such as cinema verite, classical cinema, and Latin American cinema.
Also On This Day: 1887: The firstperformance of Swan Lake was staged by the Russian Imperial Ballet in Moscow; 1890: The Forth Bridge was officially opened; 1924: Happy Birthday was published by Clayton F Summy; 1967: North Sea gas was first piped ashore near Durham; 1975: Charles Chaplin was knighted at Buckingham Palace.
In a series of historical vignettes, Matthieu Zela falls out with Charles Chaplin, designs an opera house for the Pope and gets involved in the McCarthy Communist witch-hunt.
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