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преследование (1972)

Highly descriptive facial expressions Stories often reflect his liberal political beliefs Comedy with a deep undercurrent of pathos On-screen and off-screen, favored the company of much younger women, who were often innocent if troubled Walking with a waddle Despite film portrayals of him having brown eyes, Charlie actually had striking blue eyes Trivia 102 Destroyed the original negative of "The Sea Gull 1933 " before a number of witnesses.

The film never saw release, possibly because he was dismayed by the poor performance of his lead actress Edna Purviance. Long after becoming a millionaire, he continued to live in a shabby hotel room, and kept his studio checks in a trunk for months. He thought his period with Mutual was the most consistently pleasant period in his career, although he felt that the plots of the films were too formualic for his taste.

He was 35 years old when he wed Lita Grey ; Lita was age 16. He was 47 years old when he wed Paulette Goddard ; Paulette was age 26. On March 3, 1978, his dead body was stolen from the Corsier-Sur-Vevey cemetery. It took until May 18 when the police found the dead body. His Beverly Hills residence was known as "Breakaway House". Designed by Chaplin himself and built by studio carpenters, it began falling to bits over the years, much to the amusement of visitors. Built on Summit Drive in the Pickfair neighborhood, the house boasted a pipe organ Chaplin continually used to entertain his guests in the great hall; he also screened his films there.

His tennis court was a hive of activity; even the elusive Greta Garbo was a frequent player. He seems to have been an inspiring host; many of his guests joined in with his antics, and reflected that they had never been so funny before or since--it was the influence of Chaplin.

Father of Charles Chaplin Jr. First wife, Mildred Harris was the mother of his first child, a son named Norman Spencer born July 7, 1919.

The baby, who was nicknamed "The Little Mouse", was born with severe disabilities and lived only three days. In her book, "Tramp: For the occasion, 100 children from the region performed a choreography dressed up as little tramps. A much-repeated story claims that he once entered a Charlie Chaplin lookalike contest and finished third! In some versions of the story, he came in second. Stan Laurel was his understudy on the English stage.

When both Stan Laurel and Chaplin moved to America they shared a room in a boarding house. Cooking was not allowed in the boarding house where Stan Laurel and Chaplin stayed, so he would play the violin to cover up the sound of Laurel frying up food on a hot plate.

The only item that actually belonged to Chaplin was the whangee cane. On July 6, 1925, he became the first actor to appear on the cover of Time magazine. After his body was recovered from grave robbers, it was reburied in a vault surrounded by cement. In Spain, he had a different dubbing actor in each of his sound films. The dubbing actor of Monsieur Verdoux 1947 is unknown at this time. Most people now and during his lifetime believe that Chaplin had brown eyes because they had only seen him in black and white with black eye makeup on.

It fact they were very blue. Chaplin remarked in his autobiography that people meeting him for the first time were always struck by his blue eyes. What blue eyes he has! Was an accomplished musician who, in his later years, often reissued his silent films with scores he had composed himself. It cannot be located and is now feared lost. His paternal grandparents were Spencer Chaplin, a butcher from St.

His heritage was English and Irish. Although Adolf Hitler was not at all a huge fan--in fact, he had been misinformed that Charlie was Jewish, and therefore despised him--he was also well aware of how beloved Charlie was throughout the world at that time, and that was the reason he grew the Chaplin mustache: Facts on File, 1992. ISBN 0816023387 As a child, he was confined to a bed for weeks due to a serious illness.

At night, his mother would sit at the window and act out what was going on outside. This was a major reason Chaplin became a comedian. He listed his half-brother Syd Chaplin , as his next of kin. Though his mother was still alive, she was in a mental hospital. Did not receive screen credit on the many comedies he made for Keystone in 1914-15, as it was studio policy not to credit its actors any Keystone film that credits Chaplin is a reissue print.

His first screen credit appeared on His New Job 1915 , his first film for Essanay. Called Battleship Potemkin 1925 his favorite movie. Is mentioned in the song called "Facts of Life" from 2004. Was 73 years old when his youngest son, Christopher Chaplin, was born. He appeared on stage blowing kisses to the Hollywood audience with tears running down his face while he received a long standing ovation. Ironically, he won another Oscar the following year.

He and Buster Keaton had an interesting relationship. Long considered rivals but always having avoided commenting about each other in the press, Chaplin hired Keaton for a part in Limelight 1952. At the Golden Camera Awards 2005 in Berlin, Geraldine Chaplin told in a moving speech honoring Jerry Lewis about the last time she saw her father alive.

In all his years of living and working in the United States, he never became a citizen. Profiled in in J. Palos Verdes Estates, CA: Up until his last few movies, he never shot with a working script. He spent his nights during filming, critiquing the rushes with his assistant directors. A Drama of Fate 1923 in 1976.

His trademark character The Tramp appeared in about 70 movies, shorts and features, during a period of 26 years, from the one-reeler Kid Auto Races at Venice 1914 to his triumphant feature The Great Dictator 1940. His film The Great Dictator 1940 was banned in Germany. Once worked as a butler in England, a job he enjoyed.

She was also in and out of mental hospitals throughout her life. First actor to be nominated for a single Academy Award Best Actor for a film in which he was credited as portraying two different characters.

Was an agnostic who believed in some sort of "Supreme Force", according to his son Charles Chaplin Jr. His father, with whom he lived for only a brief period of time in his childhood while his mother was committed to a mental asylum, died as the result of alcohol abuse at age 37, when Charlie was age 12.

One explanation could be that Chaplin expressed disdain for the Academy Awards early on; according to his son Charles Chaplin Jr. However, apparently, his view on the Awards changed with time, as he accepted and seemed touched by his second Honorary Award in 1972. According to his daughter Geraldine Chaplin , in the last years of his life, Chaplin began to worry that he might not be remembered after his death.

This was a major reason why he allowed his trademark character, the Little Tramp to appear on several commercial products in the 1970s. He was born four days before Adolf Hitler. One of the last movies he saw and very much enjoyed was Rocky 1976. He remained in remarkably good physical and mental shape for most of his life, still playing tennis regularly well into his 70s and working constantly.

However, after the completion of what turned out to be his last film, A Countess from Hong Kong 1967 , his health began to visibly deteriorate. Cinematic genius that he was, he never won an Academy Award in an acting category, his only Oscar victory being in the capacity of composer. Once played Sherlock Holmes in a one-act play. While visiting Winston Churchill in England in 1937, Chaplin found him studying newspapers and looking worried.

When Chaplin asked what was disturbing him, Churchill replied, "Germany". Spent some of his spare time in the tiny village of Waterville on the southern tip of Ireland. There is a life-sized statue of Chaplin on the edge of a waterfront park in the village. As of 2011, he is the only person to receive a 12-minute standing ovation at the Academy Awards when he appeared to accept an honorary award "for the incalculable effect he has had in making motion pictures the art form of this century".

It is the longest in the history of the Academy Awards. Ince died under mysterious circumstances. Hearst pulled out a gun and chased Chaplin onto the deck. He fired at Chaplin but hit and killed Ince instead. Pictured as his Little Tramp character on a Vatican City commemorative postage stamp celebrating the 125th anniversary of his birth 1889 , issued 8 May 2014. Price on the day of issue was EUR0.

His favorite composer is reported to have been Richard Wagner 1813-83. Although Chaplin was naturally unable to compose synchronized musical scores to his films until the advent of sound films beginning with City Lights 1931 , he is said to have provided several prominent film theaters with sheets of self-composed music to be played by orchestras to his films at least as far back as 1921, beginning with The Kid 1921.

He was nominated for writing, acting, directing, and producing The Circus 1928 , in the first Academy Awards. However, they removed him from the competition and gave him a special award for "acting, writing, directing and producing The Circus. He died the day before director Howard Hawks. In the Serbian capital of Belgrade, there is a street called Charles Chaplin ser. When he was 13 years old in London, he went into the Crown Public House in Borough, and asked the landlord for a glass of water.

This turned out, the landlord was the serial killer George Chapman, who poisoned his three wives. Chapman--also known as Seweryn Antonowicz Klosowski , his original Polish name--was also a suspect in the murders committed by the serial killer known as Jack the Ripper.

He was known as the "Borough poisoner". Karachkina, discoverer of 131 asteroids, named one of them 3623 Chaplin. It resides in the asteroid "belt" between Mars and Jupiter and appears as a magnitude 12.