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From Chaplin's cheques we can discover that ...
Sydney Chaplin, Charlie’s brother, carefully preserved some letters from Hannah to her sons.
Jean Cocteau and Chaplin were on the same boat in 1936, travelling back from Japan. Chaplin described it in his autobiography.
Actors who worked with Chaplin often described how he would play out each part himself to show them how he wanted it done.
One of the most licensed elements of Chaplin’s work in the 21st century is his final speech from The Great Dictator.
Before the days of records, and record sleeves, sheet music was a sure way to publicise performers and their songs. Cover designs were elaborate. If the singer’s face featured on the cover, it signified a certain fame.
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