Composed the love theme for "Modern Times" which later became known as "Smile" with lyrics added by John Turner & Geoffrey Parsons in the 1950s.
17 Biographical Movies |
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Charlie Chaplin | Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin | Sir Charles Chaplin | Chaplin | Charlie | Charlot
5' 5" (1.65 m)
Did You Know?
Even funnier than a man who has been made ridiculous is the man who, having had something funny happen to him, refuses to admit that anything out of the way has happened, and attempts to maintain his dignity. Perhaps the best example is the intoxicated man who, though his tongue and walk will give him away, attempts in a dignified manner to convince you that he is quite sober. He is much funnier ...
Up until his last few movies, he never shot with a working script. He would start with a story in his mind and constantly retool it, often shooting hours of scenes that wouldn't make the final cut until he was satisfied. He spent his nights during filming, critiquing the rushes with his assistant directors. Consequently compared to the major studio's films, he spent months/years and excessive ...
Despite film portrayals of him having brown eyes, Charlie actually had striking blue eyes