(1936) Composed the love theme for "Modern Times" which later became known as "Smile" with lyrics added by John Turner & Geoffrey Parsons in the 1950s.
(Early 1970s) Wrote a screenplay entitled "The Freak" which he hoped would be made into a film starring his youngest daughter, Victoria.
(1967) Songwriter: Wrote the ballad "This is My Song" for A Countess from Hong Kong
(1967). The song was an international hit for Petula Clark
, though Chaplin reportedly disliked it.
(1915-16) Began work on a feature-length comedy entitled "Life", but was forced to cancel the production when demand for his comedy shorts became too great. Some footage shot for this never-finished production was later incorporated into Police
(3/29/28) Radio: Appeared on an NBC radio special: "The Dodge Hour", with D.W. Griffith
, Douglas Fairbanks
and John Barrymore
. Sponsored by Dodge Brothers to introduce its newest automobile, it was broadcast from New York, Detroit and Hollywood. No recording is known to exist.
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