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Fred Karno (Character)
from Chaplin (1992)

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  1. Chaplin (1992) Played by John Thaw

  2. "Wonderworks: Young Charlie Chaplin"
    ... aka "Young Charlie Chaplin" - UK (original title)
        - Episode #1.6 (1989) TV episode, Played by Kevin Lloyd
        - Episode #1.5 (1989) TV episode, Played by Kevin Lloyd
        - Episode #1.4 (1989) TV episode, Played by Kevin Lloyd
  3. "Chasing Rainbows - A Nation and Its Music"
        - Running Riot: Music and Humour (1986) TV episode, Played by Chris Harris

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From Chaplin (1992)
Fred Karno: [on the train; remembering Charlie's early days in the theatre] You took a tail suit out of the wardrobe, tryin' to be a gent. Trying to impress that young dancer... Hetty, wasn't that 'er name?
Charlie Chaplin: Hetty Kelly.
Fred Karno: Yeah, I could see in your eyes you fancied her.
[chuckles to himself]
Fred Karno: Hmm. Sad.
Charlie Chaplin: Yes, I know all about it, Fred. She got married. Sent me a lovely note. I brought it with me; it's in my baggage.
Fred Karno: [looking worried] Oh, Charlie, Charlie. Charlie, don't you know? Has nobody told you? She's gone. The flu epidemic after the war carried her away.
[Charlie reels, unable to speak]
Fred Karno: I thought someone must have told you, must have written. Didn't nobody?
[Charlie leaves the compartment and goes into the corridor, leaning against the wall and trying to collect himself]
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