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The Charlie Chaplin Archives

The Chaplin archives is a new edition, this new edition follows the making of each of his films. the archive includes films, personal letters, memos, sketches, storyboards, posters, on-set photos, and an a discussion about himself. We discover how Chaplin became one of the first international film stars.

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The Real Charlie Chaplin about Charles Spencer Chaplin is a blend of newly-unearthed audio recordings, dramatic reconstructions and personal archive, the film traces Charlie Chaplin’s meteoric rise from the slums of Victorian London to the heights of Hollywood superstardom, before his scandalous fall from grace.


His autobiography is in 1889 in an era of significant events. His London origins from Kennington explores his character and acting talent from childhood to adulthood. He started acting on stage from the age of 15yrs.

He told his friend “I am going to America, but I won’t forget you.” After his long journey by ship, he found himself with the Drifters. He developed his acting to into skilled mime comedy. His act was physically demanding, including a form of acrobatics in trips, falls and punches. In reality, he was a recluse and sometimes moody but on stage his transformation into a light-hearted, comedy actor won his audience. His exaggerated facial expressions, hat, cane and boots were unforgettable. His deep round eyes and exaggerated surprise remains one of the most memorable characters in film. He produced, directed and scripted his own comedies and he wrote his own scores. In his script writing he included scenes that were sentimental moments, writing about sadness, anger, fights and romance.

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The Real Charlie Chaplin

Hardcover, 33.7 x 24.6 cm, 560 pages

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He re-visits London 8 years later. In the 1920s, the era of mime was coming to an end with actors like Laurel and Hardy, Harold Lloyd and Bustor Keaton. Chaplin continues to make his signature mime comedy into a motion picture. He was a perfectionist and his comedy and acting continues to be the most iconic performances in comedy.

His comedies include City Lights, the Gold Rush and The Circus.

by N Sikah, C4C Arts

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