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Chaplin and starred
This was already noted by Chaplin's contemporaries, such as Sigmund Freud, who thought that Chaplin " always plays only himself as he was in his dismal youth ", and by some of his collaborators, such as actress Claire Bloom, who starred in Limelight.
Richard Attenborough directed a film on Chaplin's life, Chaplin ( 1992 ), which starred Robert Downey, Jr. as Chaplin and also included Chaplin's oldest daughter Geraldine Chaplin playing his mother, Hannah Chaplin.
Chaplin's half-brother Sydney Chaplin directed and starred in a 1921 film called King, Queen, Joker in which, like Charlie, he played the dual role of a barber and ruler of a country who is about to be overthrown.
Similarly, Esslin cites early film comedians and music hall artists such as Charlie Chaplin, The Keystone Cops and Buster Keaton as direct influences ( Keaton even starred in Beckett's Film in 1965 ).
He starred as the title character in the 1992 film Chaplin, earning him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.
In 1992, he starred as Charlie Chaplin in Chaplin, a role for which he prepared extensively, learning how to play the violin and tennis left-handed.
" Instead of his recently invented Tramp character, Chaplin played a villainous rogue, and beautiful top screen comedienne Mabel Normand also starred in the movie, billed under Dressler.
Chaplin then wrote, directed, and starred in Monsieur Verdoux himself.
She starred with Chaplin again in his 1940 film The Great Dictator.
In 1914 she starred with Chaplin and Marie Dressler in Tillie's Punctured Romance, the first feature-length comedy.
Chaplin starred in several films produced by Altman and directed by Alan Rudolph, with a BAFTA-nominated role in Welcome to L. A. ( 1976 ), in which she played a housewife addicted to cab rides.
Chaplin has starred in several French-language roles, including Jacques Rivette's Love on the Ground ( 1984 ) and the Alain Resnais films Life Is a Bed of Roses ( 1983 ) and I Want to Go Home ( 1989 ).
While deals at HBO and ABC did not lead to production of a film, Axelman introduced Stein to Keith Carradine and Alan Rudolph, director of the movie " The Moderns " with ultimately starred John Lone, Géraldine Chaplin, Keith Carradine and Linda Fiorentino.
Humphries ' outlandish Australian caricatures, including Dame Edna Everage, Barry McKenzie and Les Patterson have starred in books, stage and screen to great acclaim over five decades and his biographer Anne Pender described him in 2010 as the most significant comedian since Charles Chaplin.
In 1976 Jacques Rivette made a loose French film adaptation Noroît, which changed the major characters into women, and included several poetic passages in English ; it starred Geraldine Chaplin, Kika Markham, and Bernadette Lafont.
It starred Charlie Chaplin, Ford Sterling, Emma Bell Clifton, and Chester Conklin.
It starred Anthony Hopkins as Stevens and Emma Thompson as Miss Kenton with James Fox, Christopher Reeve, Hugh Grant and Ben Chaplin.
It starred Charlton Heston, Geraldine Chaplin, and Tina Chen.
Charlie Chaplin wrote, directed, and starred in the film.
This was the only time Chaplin produced a film in which he neither starred nor directed.

Chaplin and West
However, Berle's claims to have appeared in many of these films, particularly the 1914 Chaplin Keystone comedy Tillie's Punctured Romance, are hotly disputed by some, who cite the lack of supporting evidence that Berle even visited the West Coast until much later.
* Charlie Chaplin, actor, born in 1889, grew up in Kennington, and lived in several different houses at different times, in West Square, Methley Street and Kennington Road.
For two years Chaplin worked in the strike committee with Mother Jones for the bloody Kanawha County, West Virginia strike of coal miners in 1912-13.
* Ralph Chaplin, " Why I Wrote Solidarity Forever ," American West, vol.
The studio's early productions were low-budget short subjects: " Screen Snapshots ", the " Hall Room Boys " ( the vaudeville duo of Edward Flanagan and Neely Edwards ), and the Chaplin imitator Billy West.
** Irwin Kostal, John Green, Saul Chaplin, Sid Ramin ( music directors ) & the original cast for West Side Story
Ralph Chaplin began writing “ Solidarity Forever ” in 1914, while he was covering the Kanawa coal miners ’ strike in Huntington, West Virginia.
* Ralph Chaplin, " Why I Wrote Solidarity Forever ," American West, vol.
** Irwin Kostal, John Green, Saul Chaplin, Sid Ramin ( music directors ) & the original cast for West Side Story
While continuing as a film music supervisor, Chaplin became an associate producer in the early ' 60s and worked on such major features as Can-Can ( 1960 ), West Side Story ( 1961 ), I Could Go On Singing ( 1963 ), The Sound of Music ( 1965 ), STAR!
The Newbury by-election, in West Berkshire, England, was held on 6 May 1993 after Conservative Member of Parliament ( MP ) Judith Chaplin died, after only being elected the previous year.
Other colonels commissioned by Laffoon included Mae West, Shirley Temple, Clark Gable, Bing Crosby, Will Rogers, Fred Astaire, Jean Harlow, Mary Pickford, Charlie Chaplin, Jack Dempsey and W. C. Fields.

Chaplin and End
In 2012, Nixon also stars as Petranilla in the ReelzChannel TV miniseries of Ken Follett's World Without End, alongside Ben Chaplin, Peter Firth, Charlotte Riley and Miranda Richardson.

Chaplin and production
From October 1903 to June 1904, Chaplin toured with Saintsbury in Charles Frohman's production of Sherlock Holmes.
Chaplin felt that marriage stunted his creativity, and he struggled over the production of his next film, Sunnyside.
It soon occurred to Chaplin that it was turning into a large project, so to placate First National he halted production and quickly filmed A Day's Pleasure.
During production of the film Chaplin had been involved with the actress Pola Negri, a romantic pairing that received vast media interest.
Unwilling to allow his film to be drawn into the divorce proceedings, Chaplin announced that production on The Circus had been temporarily suspended.
Chaplin was nonetheless anxious about this decision, and would remain so throughout its production.
It was a challenging production that lasted 21 months, with Chaplin later confessing that he " had worked himself into a neurotic state of wanting perfection ".
Chaplin founded a new production company, Attica, for the film and rented a studio from Shepperton Studios for the shooting.
This combination of story improvisation and relentless perfectionism — which resulted in days of effort and thousands of feet of film being wasted, all at enormous expense — often proved very taxing for Chaplin, who in frustration would often lash out at his actors and crew, keep them waiting idly for hours or, in extreme cases, shutting down production altogether.
In 1919, Pickford — along with D. W. Griffith, Charlie Chaplin, and Douglas Fairbanks — formed the independent film production company United Artists.
Having grown up in Hollywood, the son of a studio production manager and grandson of a silent film director, Edwards had watched the films of the great silent clowns, including Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, and Laurel and Hardy.
Famed French film director François Truffaut noted that early in the production, Chaplin said he would not play The Tramp in a sound film, and he considers the barber an entirely different character.
The extras feature color production footage shot by Chaplin ’ s half-brother Sydney, deleted barbershop sequence from Chaplin ’ s 1919 film Sunnyside, barbershop sequence from Sydney Chaplin ’ s 1921 film King, Queen, Joker, and The Tramp and the Dictator ( 2001 ), Kevin Brownlow and Michael Kloft ’ s documentary paralleling the lives of Chaplin and Hitler, including interviews with author Ray Bradbury, director Sidney Lumet, screenwriter Budd Schulberg, and others.
Discussing the making of the film in the documentary series Unknown Chaplin, Hale revealed that she had idolized Chaplin since childhood and that the final scene of the original version, in which the two kiss, reflected the state of their relationship by that time ( Chaplin's marriage to Lita Grey having collapsed during production of the film ).
The reference to drugs seen in the prison sequence is somewhat daring for the time ( since the production code, established in 1930, forbade the depiction of illegal drug use in films ); Chaplin had made drug references before in one of his most famous short films, Easy Street, released in 1917.
In late 1914 Essanay succeeded in hiring Charlie Chaplin away from Mack Sennett's Keystone Studios, offering Chaplin a higher salary and his own production unit.
He quickly rose in film production as an assistant director, and worked with Jean Renoir, Abraham Polonsky, Joseph Losey and Charlie Chaplin, with the latter as an assistant on Limelight.
A speculation over this case was that it was a conspiracy from Nazi Germany to discredit Chaplin ; À Nous la Libertés production company,, was German.

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