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The Comedy Of Charlie Chaplin

Author: Dan Kamin
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810877818
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This excursion into the enchanted comic world of Charlie Chaplin will appeal not just to Chaplin fans but to anyone who loves comedy. Dan Kamin brings a unique insider’s perspective to the subject. An internationally acclaimed comic performing artist himself, he trained Robert Downey, Jr. for his Oscar-nominated portrayal in Chaplin, and created Johnny Depp’s physical comedy scenes in Benny and Joon. The Comedy of Charlie Chaplin: Artistry in Motion reveals the inner workings of Chaplin’s mesmerizing art as never before. Kamin illuminates the comedian's incredibly sophisticated visual comedy in disarmingly direct prose, providing new insights into how Chaplin achieved his legendary rapport with audiences and demonstrating why comedy created nearly a century ago remains fresh today. He then presents provocative new interpretations of each of the comedian’s sound films, showing how Chaplin remained true to his silent comedy roots even as he kept reinventing his art for changing times. The book is lavishly illustrated with many never-before-published images of the comedian.

Die Komik Der Chaplin Filme

Author: Christine Schramm
Publisher: Akademische Verlagsgemeinschaft München
ISBN: 3960911963
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Komik und Ästhetik der Chaplin-Filme tragen wesentlich dazu bei, das Kino von einer Freizeitattraktion zu einer Kunstform zu erheben. Indem Chaplin den Slapstick zähmt und der Filmkomödie Tiefgang verleiht, macht er sie zu einem ernstzunehmenden Genre. Mit einem neuen filmwissenschaftlichen Ansatz stellt sich die Autorin der Herausforderung, das Geheimnis um die Komik der Chaplin-Filme zu ergründen. Sie diskutiert ihre Ästhetik an ausgewählten Komiktheorien, wie der von Henri Bergson und Arthur Koestler, zieht Altmeister der Filmtheorie heran, wie Walter Benjamin und Siegfried Kracauer, und beleuchtet den neuesten Stand der Chaplin-Forschung. Vor allem aber lässt sie Charles Chaplin selbst zu Wort kommen. Zahlreiche detailliert beschriebene Szenen aus einer großen Anzahl von Filmen veranschaulichen die Entwicklung der chaplinesken Komik, die bis heute unseren Humor und unseren Blick auf die Welt prägt.

Charlie Chaplin S Red Letter Days

Author: Fred Goodwins
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442278099
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This is a behind-the-scenes look at film comedian Charlie Chaplin by an actor in Chaplin's stock company. In 1916 Fred Goodwins wrote more than thirty-five articles for Red Letter magazine that provide fascinating insights about Chaplin at work and play—articles that few have seen since they were written a century ago.


Author: David Robinson
Publisher: Diogenes Verlag AG
ISBN: 3257607911
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Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin jr. war ein britischer Komiker, Schauspieler, Regisseur, Drehbuchautor, Komponist und Produzent. Geboren am Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts, prägte er das Filmschaffen des 20. Jahrhunderts wie kaum ein Zweiter. Als Ikone des Stummfilms bleibt der kleine Mann mit Schnauz und Melone unvergessen. David Robinsons einzigartiges Monumentalwerk wird Chaplins Person und seinem Schaffen mit vielen Details und Hintergrundinformationen gerecht.

Bringing The Body To The Stage And Screen

Author: Annette Lust
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810882124
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"In 'Bringing the Body to the Stage and Screen, ' Annette Lust provides stage and screen artists with a program of physical and related expressive exercises that can empower their art with more creativity. In this book, Lust provides a general introduction to movement, including definitions and differences between movement on the stage and screen, how to conduct a class or learn on one's own, and choosing a movement style. Throughout the book and in the appendixes, Lust incorporates learning programs that cover the use of basic physical and expressive exercises for the entire body. In addition, she provides original solo and group pantomimes; improvisational exercises; examples of plays, fiction, poetry, and songs that may be interpreted with movement; a list of training centers in America and Europe; and an extensive bibliography and videography."--Publisher description.

Watching Other People Work

Author: Peter Carnahan
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479735620
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WATCHING OTHER PEOPLE WORK, volume three of an autobiography by Peter Carnahan, covers the 18-plus years the author worked as Director of the Theatre and Literature Programs of The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. This time, from 1972 to 1991, was a period of enormous growth for the arts in Pennsylvania and the nation. Reflecting that growth, the PCA budget grew from $286,000 to $12 million during the period. During the second decade covered by this volume, Carnahan began his next career, as a writer, publishing his first nonfiction book in 1989.

Early Charlie Chaplin

Author: James L. Neibaur
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810882426
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Before making a name for himself as an undisputed master of cinema, Charlie Chaplin first developed his acting, writing, and directing skills at Keystone Studios. This book examines each of these films, assessing the important early work of a comedian who became a timeless icon.


Author: Stephen Weissman
ISBN: 9783351027087
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Darstellung von Chaplins Kindheit und Jugend in England und des Einflusses dieser Jahre auf sein Filmschaffen.

The Art Of Charlie Chaplin

Author: John Kimber
Publisher: Sheffield Academic Pr
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The Art of Charlie Chaplin is a plain-language critical survey of a great British artist. John Kimber sets Chaplin in the traditions of Shakespeare, of Dickens and George Eliot's Silas Marner. He enthusiastically argues for a genius in Chaplin that draws strength from theatrical and social traditions older than those of the cinema, using analysis, comparison and subtly chosen detail of movement, setting and sound. This is a book that newly opens up its subject. As the leading film critic and historian of British cinema Charles Barr says in his introduction, 'The Art of Charlie Chaplin cuts through the mass of stale ideas and judgments that have accumulated around the legendary figure of Chaplin.'