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Chaplin The Mirror Of Opinion

Author: David Robinson
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253211606
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Traces the life of Charlie Chaplin, discusses the development of his film career, and examines the critical responses to his movies

Charlie Chaplin

Author: Charlie Chaplin
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 9781578067022
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A definitive collection of interviews with Charlie Chaplin offers long, contemplative analyses of the man's life and work, as well as his thoughts on the craft of filmmaking, his methods of making movies, the characters he created, and more. Simultaneous.

Charlie Chaplin And His Times

Author: Kenneth S. Lynn
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1461741637
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Examining the legendary actor's life, art, and controversial politics within the context of their times, Lynn presents a fresh and definitive portrait of Chaplin.

Chaplin And American Culture

Author: Charles J. Maland
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691028606
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Recounts the long, up-and-down relationship between Chaplin and American society, exploring how events in Chaplin's life both mirrored and went against the norms and attitudes of the American political and social climate

Charlie Chaplin At Keystone And Essanay

Author: Ted Okuda
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595365981
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Charlie Chaplin is universally hailed as the greatest comedic talent in the history of motion pictures. And yet Chaplin's early efforts-which account for more than half of his total output-are often overlooked in favor of his later films. In 1914 Chaplin appeared in a total of 35 films for the Keystone Film Company; the following year he signed with the Essanay Film Manufacturing Company, where he wrote, directed and starred in more than a dozen short comedies. Though the resulting pictures were frequently crude and erratic, they reveal the emergence of a formidable comic genius. "Charlie Chaplin at Keystone and Essanay: Dawn of the Tramp" is a film-by-film examination of this period in Chaplin's career, tracing the birth of his beloved 'Tramp" character and his evolution as an actor and filmmaker. Also discussed are how these movies have been re-edited, recopied, reissued and retitled over the years, with a special section that matches pseudonym titles to their original source film. "Charlie Chaplin at Keystone and Essanay: Dawn of the Tramp" is a fascinating look at the first celluloid steps taken by this legendary laughmaker, and is a must for all Chaplin fans, old and new.

The Intimate Charlie Chaplin

Author: May Reeves
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786407354
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Robinson, which until now have also been difficult to obtain." "May Reeves first published her memoir in Paris in 1935."--BOOK JACKET.


Author: David Robinson
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141979186
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David Robinson's definitive and monumental biography of Charlie Chaplin, the greatest icon in the history of cinema, who lived one of the most dramatic rags to riches stories ever told. Chaplin's life was marked by extraordinary contrasts: the child of London slums who became a multimillionaire; the on-screen clown who was a driven perfectionist behind the camera; the adulated star who publicly fell from grace after personal and political scandal. This engrossing and definitive work, written with full access to Chaplin's archives, tells the whole story of a brilliant, complex man. David Robinson is a celebrated film critic and historian who wrote for The Times and the Financial Times for several decades. His many books include World Cinema, Hollywood in the Twenties and Buster Keaton. 'A marvellous book . . . unlikely ever to be surpassed' Spectator 'I cannot imagine how anyone could write a better book on the great complex subject . . . movingly entertaining, awesomely thorough and profoundly respectful' Sunday Telegraph 'One of the great cinema books; a labour of love and a splendid achievement' Variety 'One of those addictive biographies in which you start by looking in the index for items that interest you . . . and as dawn breaks you're reading the book from cover to cover' Financial Times

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.'

Chaplin In The Sound Era

Author: Eric L. Flom
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476607982
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Charles Chaplin’s sound films have often been overlooked by historians, despite the fact that in these films the essential character of Chaplin more overtly asserted itself in his screen images than in his earlier silent work. Each of Chaplin’s seven sound films—City Lights (1931), Modern Times (1936), The Great Dictator (1940), Monsieur Verdoux (1947), Limelight (1952), A King in New York (1957), and A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)—is covered in a chapter-length essay here. The comedian’s inspiration for the film is given, along with a narrative that describes the film and offers details on behind-the-scenes activities. There is also a full discussion of the movie’s themes and contemporary critical reaction to it.

The Charlie Chaplin Murder Mystery

Author: Wes D. Gehring
ISBN: 0977452719
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In the style of Stuart Kaminsky, Wes D. Gehring of Ball State University has written an intriguing murder mystery involving a lost Chaplin film and a host of nefarious characters who want it. Using his vast knowledge of all things Chaplinian, Gehring perfectly captures the mindset of the little tramp and has produced a short novel worthy of the subject.