Chaplin


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English comedian and film maker

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To his credit, though, Chaplin was fully aware of the naff, somewhat cheesy stigma surrounding Christmas records.
If Chaplin had done nothing else in his pictures, 'A Woman of Paris' [1923, a sophisticated Chaplin drama in which he did not appear] has demonstrated that there is a subtler use of the screen then had before been attempted.
3 In 1919, Chaplin co- founded the distribution company which gave him complete control over his films.
He gets to take part in slapstick gags, but the focus goes to Chaplin, the 'comedian'.
Warrington-born Arnold, 41, plays the silent movie legend's half-brother and business manager Sydney Chaplin in the new musical Chaplin - The Charlie Chaplin Story.
Born on April 16, 1889, Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin KBE rose to fame during the silent movie era and went on to have a career that spanned a phenomenal 75 years.
Swansea Crown Court heard Chaplin then activated the device when a policeman attempted to pull him over for speeding, and covered the carriageway with fumes.
Chaplin of Hebron, Carmarthen, claimed the diesel pump linked to his exhaust was for smoking out moles.
A new book, "The Charlie Chaplin Archives," recently published by TASCHEN, provides more background on Charlie Chaplin's career.
You can see one of the women -- among four Chaplin married in the course of his 88 years -- in a glistening, outsized black-and-white picture of Paulette Goddard with a stolen bunch of bananas from "Modern Times" in "The Chaplin Archives", a hefty book whose author calls it a "Blu-ray" high-definition tribute to the legendary comic actor and filmmaker.
From left, Teri Chaplin |hands over the cheque to Eric Kent, fundraising officer for the NAS, along with Jasmine Jade Chaplin (10) and Kate Phillips
APLAY by Michael Chaplin hits the airwaves today as the BBC's most ambitious radio series gets under way.
treating] Chaplin as both a case study and a test case" (vi).
Lee Chaplin, 47, from Coulby Newham, said that his target was a man who had threatened to rape him.
Chaplin, senior vice president, general counsel and secretary at ATK, a company in the global aerospace, defense and commercial products space.