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Biography (print)

Kenneth Lynn. Charlie Chaplin and His Times. 1997.

Eric Flom. Chaplin in the Sound Era: An Analysis of the Seven Talkies. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., Inc., 1997. ISBN 078640325X

May Reeves (translated and with an introduction by Constance Brown Kuriyama). The Intimate Charlie Chaplin. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., Inc., 2000. ISBN 0786407352

Robert Payne. The Great Charlie. London: Andre Deutsch, Ltd., 1952.

Theodore Huff. Charles Chaplin. Abelard-Schuman, 1951.

Parker Tyler. Chaplin: Last of the Clowns. Horizon Press, 1972. ISBN 0818007018

Eric James. Making Music With Charlie Chaplin. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2000. ISBN 0810837412

John McCabe. Charlie Chaplin. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1978.

Georgia Hale, Heather Kiernan. Charlie Chaplin: Intimate Close-Up. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1995.

Dan Kamin. Charlie Chaplin's One-Man Show. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1984.

Peter Cotes, Thelma Niklaus. The Little Fellow. New York: Citadel, 1965.

Charles Chaplin. An Autobiography. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1964.

Alan Schroeder. Charlie Chaplin: The Beauty of Silence. New York: Franklin Watts, 1997. ISBN 0531113175

P. Leprohon. Charlie Chaplin. Paris: Melot, 1946.

Joyce Milton. Tramp: The Life of Charley Chaplin. New York: HarperCollins, 1996. ISBN 0060170522

David Robinson. Chaplin: His Life and Art. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1985. ISBN 13: 978-0070531819

George D. McDonald, Michael Conway, Mark Ricci. The Films of Charlie Chaplin. Secaucus, NJ: Citadel Press, 1974.

P. Haining. The Legend of Chaplin. 1982.

Charles Maland. Chaplin and American Culture. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1989.

David Robinson. Chaplin: The Mirror of Opinion. Indiana University Press, 1983.

Charles Chaplin. My Trip Abroad. 1922.

Charles Chaplin. A Comedian Sees the World. 1933.

Charles Chaplin. My Life in Pictures. 1974.

Marcel Martin. Chaplin. Paris: Seghers, 1966.

John Wranovics. Chaplin and Agee: The Untold Story of the Tramp, the Writer, and the Lost Screenplay. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2005. ISBN 1403968667

Charles Chaplin Jr., with N. and M. Rau. My Father, Charlie Chaplin. New York: Random House, 1960.

Lita Grey (as Lilta Grey Chaplin, with Morton Cooper). My Life with Chaplin: An Intimate Memoir. New York: Bernard Gleis, 1966.

Wes Gehring. Charles Chaplin's World of Comedy. Muncie, IN: Ball State University Press, 1980.

Gerald Mitchell. The Chaplin Encyclopedia. London, England: B.T. Batsford, Ltd., 1997.

Robyn Karney, Robin Cross. The Life and Times of Charlie Chaplin. Smithmark Publishers, 1992.

Uno Asplund. Chaplin's Films. South Brunswick, NJ: A.S. Barnes`, 1971.

Michael Comte. Charlie Chaplin: A Photo Diary. Steidl, 2002.

Lita Grey (as Lita Grey Chaplin) and Jeffrey Vance. Wife of the Life of the Party. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1998.

Jeffrey Vance. Chaplin: Genius of the Cinema. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2003. ISBN 0810945320

David Robinson. Chaplin. Taschen, 2006. ISBN 3822820059

Kyp Harness. The Art of Charlie Chaplin: A Film-by-Film Analysis. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2007. ISBN 0786431938

John Kenneth Muir. Chaplin at Essanay. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Co., 2008.

Dan Kamin. The Comedy of Charlie Chaplin: Artistry in Motion. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2008.

John Bengtson. Silent Traces: Discovering Early Hollywood Through the Films of Charlie Chaplin. Santa Monica, CA: Santa Monica Press,

Stephen Weissman. Chaplin: A Life in Film. Arcade Publishing, 2008. ISBN 1559708921

Roger Maxwell. CharlesChaplin. Boston, MA: Little, Brown, 1974.

James Neibaur. Chaplin at Essanay: A Film Artist in Transition, 1915-1916. 2008.

Ted Okuda, David Maska. Charlie Chaplin at Keystone and Essanay.

Kevin J. Hayes. Charlie Chapllin Interviews.

Richard Schickel. The Essential Chaplin: Perspectives on the Life and Art of the Great Comedian.

James Neibur. Early Charlie Chaplin: The Artist as Apprentice at Keystone Studios. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2011. ISBN 9780810882423

Denis Gifford. Chaplin (The Movie makers) London: Macmillan, 1974. ISBN 978-0333156520

Bathelemy Amengual. Charles Chaplin. Lyon: Serdoc, 1963.

Peter Cotes and Thelma Niklaus. The Little Fellow: The Life and Works of Charles Spencer Chaplin. New York: Citadel, 1965.

Theodore Huff. Charles Chaplin. New York: Pyramid, 1964.

Marcel Martin. Charles Chaplin. Editions Seghers: Paris, 1966.

Isabel Quigly. Charlie Chaplin: Early Comedies. New York: Studio Vista / E. P. Dutton, 1968.

Glauco Viazzi. Chaplin e la Critics. Bari: Edition Laterza, 1955.

John Fawell. The Essence of Chaplin: The Style, the Rhythm and the Grace of a Master. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2014. ISBN 0786476346

André Bazin. Charlie Chaplin. Paris, France: Cahiers du Cinéma, 2000.

David Robinson. Charlot : entre rires et larmes. Paris, France: Gallimard, 1995.

Francis Bordat. Chaplin cinéaste. Paris, France: Cerf, 1998.

Jérôme Larcher. Charlie Chaplin. Paris, France: Cahiers du Cinéma, 2007. ISBN 978-2-86642-477-0

Joël Magny. Chaplin aujourd'hui. Paris, France: Cahiers du Cinéma, 2003.

David Robinson. Chaplin. Paris, France: Ramsay cinéma, 2002.

Jean Mitry. Charlot et la fabulation chaplinesque. Paris, France: Editions Universitaires, 1957.

Georges Sadoul. Charlie Chaplin. Paris, France: Ramsay poche cinéma, 1999.

Claude-Jean Philippe. Le roman de Charlot. Paris, France: Fayard, 1987.

Jean Mitry. Tout Chaplin. Evreux, France: Atlas, 1987.

Louis Delluc. Charlot. Paris, France: Maurice de Brunhoff, 1921.

Charles Silver. Charles Chaolin: An Appreciation. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1988.

Donald M. McCaffrey (ed.). Focus on Chaplin. Englewood, Cliffs, NJ: Spectrum Hall / Prentice-Hall, 2014. ISBN 978-0131282070

'Richard Goodwins'; edited by David James; annotated by Dan Kamin. Charlie Chaplin's Red Letter Days: At Work with the Comic Genius. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017. ISBN 1442278080


Biographical movies
Chaplin (1992)

Chaplinesque, My Life and Hard Times (1972)

Chaplin (2003)

"Unknown Chaplin" (1983)

Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin (2003)

Chaplin Today: A King in New York (2003) (TV)

Chaplin Today: A Woman of Paris (2003) (TV)

Chaplin Today: City Lights (2003) (TV)

Chaplin Today: Limelight (2003) (TV)

Chaplin Today: Modern Times (2003) (TV)

Chaplin Today: Monsieur Verdoux (2003) (TV)

Chaplin Today: The Circus (2003) (TV)

Chaplin Today: The Gold Rush (2003) (TV)

Chaplin Today: The Kid (2003) (TV)

Chaplin Today: The Great Dictator (2003) (TV)

The Life Story of Charles Chaplin (1926)

"Wonderworks: Young Charlie Chaplin" (1989)

Portrayed in
Cobb (1994)

Chaplin (1992)

The Cotton Club (1984)

The Scarlett O'Hara War (1980) (TV)

Mickey's Polo Team (1936)

The Cat's Meow (2001)

Pokhorony Stalina (1990)

Shanghai Knights (2003)

Porky's Road Race (1937)

The Hearst and Davies Affair (1985) (TV)

Holiday for Shoestrings (1946)

Hollywood Daffy (1946)

Mr. and Mrs. Is the Name (1935)

Hollywood Capers (1935)

A Star Is Hatched (1938)

"Wonderworks: Young Charlie Chaplin" (1989)

Five and Dime (1933)

Sunset Blvd. (1950)

My Dad Is 100 Years Old (2005)

Article
Le Magazine Littéraire (France)September 2015, Iss. # 559, pg. 54-55, by: Landel, Vincent, "Le chef, le clown et le bourdon. Winston Churchill et Charles Chaplin se sont côtoyés : un écrivain autrichien extrapole en toute liberté leur amitié en faisant de leur fond dépressif le socle de la relation"
Linn's Stamp News (USA)26 May 2014, Vol. 87, Iss. 5564, pg. 1+19, by: Denise McCarthy, "Vatican honors Charlie Chaplin on stamp"
Le Républicain Lorrain TV Magazine (France)17 May 2014, Iss. (supplément au Républicain Lorrain du 11-5-2014), pg. 13, by: Raïo, Stéphanie, "" Un jour, une histoire " avec Charlie Chaplin"
Tampa Bay Times (USA)27 February 2014, pg. 2B, by: Stephanie Hayes, "A Soundtrack for Silence"
The Independent (UK)6 November 2009, Iss. 7197, pg. 22 - 23, by: Kaleem Aftab, "Lost Chaplin film discovered in $5 can bought on eBay"
The New York Times (USA)8 June 2008, Vol. 157, Iss. 54,335, pg. AR19, by: J. Hoberman, "When Chaplin Became the Enemy"
The Daily Telegraph (UK)28 February 2008, by: Anonymous, "Nazi propaganda book targeted Charlie Chaplin"
Moving Pictures Magazine (USA)August 2006, Vol. 3, Iss. 12, pg. 28-29, by: Greg Reifsteck, "Class-ic Comedy"
Moving Pictures Magazine (USA)June 2006, Iss. 11, pg. 12-13, by: Kiera Chaplin, "The Little Tramp: the legacy of... my grandfather"
Moving Pictures Magazine (USA)June 2006, Vol. 3, Iss. 11, pg. 12-13, by: Kiera Chaplin, "The Little Tramo: The Legacy of My Grandfather"
The Los Angeles Times (USA)15 May 2005, by: Richard Schickel, "When the Critic Met the Tramp"
T2 (Times supplement) (UK)4 August 2003, pg. 17, by: Clive Davis, "Gentle Genius for our Modern Times"
Okapi (France)1 February 2003, Iss. # 7315, pg. pgs. 29-43, by: Dieter ; Ta., Olivier, "Charlie Chaplin. Une vie de Charlot"
Biography (USA)May 1999, pg. 22+26, by: David Goldman, "Shocking, Lurid and True! Charlie Chaplin: Little Girls, Big Lawsuits and Exile"
Diário de Notícias (Portugal)24 December 1997, pg. 34, by: Elisabete França
Empire (UK)October 1997, Iss. 100, pg. 199 by: Ian Freer and Jake Hamilton, "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time"
TV Guia (Portugal)1997, Iss. 985, pg. 84-85
TV Filmes (Portugal)1997, Iss. 17, pg. 61, by: Salvato Telles de Menezes
Films in Review (USA)November 1989, Vol. XL, Iss. 11, pg. 539 - 541, by: Roy Frumkes, "Chaplin"
Le Passé défini. Journal, tome 2 : 1953 (France)1985, by: Cocteau, Jean, "Chaplin m'a raconté en 1935"
Variety (USA)28 December 1977, pg. 62:1, "Charles Chaplin, the Immortal Tramp of Int'l Cinema, Dies at 88"
New York Times (USA)28 December 1977, pg. D15:2, "Chaplin Is Interred in Brief, Private Rite; Family, Staff and a Few Friends at Cemetery Near Swiss Home"
The London Times (USA)28 December 1977, pg. 1:7, "Charles Chaplin"
New York Times (USA)27 December 1977, pg. 38:1, "Private Funeral for Chaplin Today"
The Pittsburgh Press (USA)27 December 1977, pg. A-6:1, "Quiet Dignity Surrounds Chaplin's Final Exit; Simple Burial in Switzerland"
New York Times (USA)26 December 1977, pg. 1:1, "Charlie Chaplin Dead at 88; Made the Film an Art Form"
Los Angeles Times (USA)26 December 1977, Iss. I, pg. 1:2, "Charles Chaplin"
New York Times (USA)26 December 1977, pg. 28:1, by: Alden Whitman, "Chaplin's Little Tramp, an Everyman Trying to Gild Cage of Life, Enthralled World"
Ciné Revue (Edition française) (France)8 April 1976, Iss. # 15, pg. pg. 25, by: anonymous, "Charlie Chaplin : un fanatique de la télévision française !"
The Yale Review (USA)December 1974, Vol. 64, Iss. 2, pg. 168-84, by: Michael Roemer, "Chaplin: Charles and Charlie"
New Cinema (Italy)June 1971, Iss. 6, pg. 99-106, "Charlot"
Télérama (France)18 October 1964, Iss. # 770, pg. pgs. 3-9, by: Philippe, Claude-Jean, "Charlot a vengé Chaplin"
Ondas (Spain)15 August 1962, Vol. VIII, Iss. 233, pg. 15, "El circulo magico"
Internationale Echo (Netherlands)August 1950, Iss. 48, pg. 9, by: Al Capp/The Atlantic Monthly Company, "Charlie Chaplin het geheim van zijn populariteit"
Movie Classic (USA)November 1931, pg. 24-25, 79, by: Dorothy Manners, "What Love Has Cost Chaplin"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)January 1928, pg. 21, 77, "The Change in Chaplin"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)November 1927, pg. 18-19, 66, by: James Bagley, "Movies You Will Never See; Some of Them Stay on the Shelf"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)October 1927, pg. 28-29, 80, by: Paul Thompson, "When 'The Circus' Comes to Town"
Moving Picture World (USA)27 April 1927, pg. 581, "Chaplin's Studio Is Again Active; Divorce Settled"
Moving Picture World (USA)22 January 1927, pg. 252, ill, by: Sumner Smith, "The Spotlight Turns Yellow"
Moving Picture World (USA)15 January 1927, pg. 175, "Bans Posters"
Moving Picture World (USA)15 January 1927, pg. 176, "Last Minute News Flashes"
Moving Picture World (USA)16 October 1926, pg. 441, "Chaplin Fights Fire"
Moving Picture World (USA)3 October 1926, pg. 4, "Chaplin Delayed"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)August 1926, pg. 16-17, 67, 83, by: Mordaunt Hall, "The Changeable Chaplin; Charlie Chaplin Is a Man of Moods..."
Motion Picture Classic (USA)July 1926, pg. 36-37, 76, by: Bert Ennis, "Fame Came to Chaplin with Borrowed Clothes; The Inside Story of How the Comedian Borrowed Arbuckle's Pants and Ford Sterling's Shoes, Thereby Achieving Success"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)April 1926, pg. 56, 90-91, by: Harriette Underhill, "That Chaplin Complex"
New York Times (USA)29 November 1925, pg. 29:3, "Chaplin Turns Hostile; Fairbanks Says Film Comedian Is Now Suspicious of Merger"
Moving Picture World (USA)3 October 1925, pg. 382, "Chaplin Enjoins Amador"
Moving Picture World (USA)27 June 1925, pg. 998, "Charles Chaplin"
Moving Picture World (USA)23 May 1925, pg. 465, "Charles Chaplin Completes Filming of 'The Gold Rush'"
Moving Picture World (USA)13 December 1924, pg. 615, "Schenck Reports Plans"
Moving Picture World (USA)6 December 1924, pg. 502, "Believes Chaplin Is Greatest Film Actor"
Moving Picture World (USA)6 December 1924, pg. 510, "Charles Chaplin Weds Lita Grey in Mexico"
Moving Picture World (USA)2 August 1924, pg. 356, "Chaplin's New Comedy"
Photoplay Magazine (USA)May 1924, pg. 100, "The Chaplin-Harris Divorce; A Hitherto Untold Tale of the Negotiations Preceding the Divorce"
Movie Weekly (USA)29 March 1924, pg. 4-5, 41, by: Clarence Douglas, "'I Think Marriage Is Terrible!,' Says Charlie Chaplin"
Moving Picture World (USA)15 March 1924, pg. 194, "Chaplin Cast to Alaska"
Classic (USA)March 1924, pg. 40-41, 79-81, by: Jim Tully, "The Loneliest Man in Hollywood"
Moving Picture World (USA)9 February 1924, pg. 461, "Chaplin at Work"
Moving Picture World (USA)3 November 1923, pg. 156, "Chaplin Makes Personal Appearance"
Moving Picture World (USA)13 October 1923, pg. 593, "Critics Praise Chaplin Film; Author Gives Views on Stories"
Movie Weekly (USA)22 September 1923, pg. 18, by: Lawrence Langdon, "Chaplin Defies Old Conventions in Movie-Making; World famous comedian completes his first picture and revolutionizes methods of film production--'A Woman of Paris' features Edna Purviance"
Classic (USA)August 1923, pg. 37, 88, by: Ted Le Berthon, "Absolutely, Mr. Chaplin! Positively, Mr. Freud! Psycho-analysis comes to the movies"
Movie Weekly (USA)9 June 1923, pg. 9, 28, by: Grace Kingsley, "What Is Charlie Chaplin's Secret for Fascinating Women?; His Old Sweethearts Tell"
Moving Picture World (USA)28 April 1923, pg. 923, ill, "Chaplin Autogobile a Pioneer Novelty"
Moving Picture World (USA)10 March 1923, pg. 147, "English Exhibitor Tells How He 'Kidnapped' Charles Chaplin"
Moving Picture World (USA)3 March 1923, pg. 34, "Chaplin's First Serious Picture Is 'Public Opinion' in 10 Reels"
Moving Picture World (USA)24 February 1923, pg. 820, "Charles Chaplin Will Have New House Organ"
Moving Picture World (USA)22 March 1922, pg. 346, by: Fritz Tidden, "A Personally Conducted Tour"
Moving Picture World (USA)5 November 1921, pg. 45, ill, "Chaplin May Shelve Famous Shoes; Discusses Production Costs and Association with First National"
Moving Picture World (USA)11 June 1921, pg. 634, "Chaplin Is Subject of Sermon in Ohio"
Moving Picture World (USA)28 May 1921, pg. 409, "Chaplin Burns Not Serious"
Moving Picture World (USA)21 May 1921, pg. 269, "Charles Chaplin Burned While Making a Picture"
Moving Picture World (USA)12 February 1921, pg. 800, "Chaplin Denies He Is Contemplating Change"
Moving Picture World (USA)27 November 1920, pg. 457, by: Charles Chaplin, "Chaplin Denies He Will Quit Pictures"
Moving Picture World (USA)4 September 1920, pg. 99, "First National Warns Chaplin It Has Rights to His Latest"
Moving Picture World (USA)28 August 1920, pg. 1143, "Charles Chaplin Takes Latest Film to Utah to Evade Wife's Process Servers"
Moving Picture World (USA)26 June 1920, pg. 1759, "Charles Chaplin Dominates Prize Impersonation Dance"
Moving Picture World (USA)14 February 1920, pg. 1089, "The Man We Like"
Moving Picture World (USA)10 January 1920, pg. 235, "Call for Mr. Chaplin to Go to Work a Make Bilious Millions Laugh"
Moving Picture World (USA)30 August 1919, pg. 1280, "Chinese Manager Dislikes Chaplin; Charles Crowded Houses Too Much"
Moving Picture World (USA)23 August 1919, pg. 1146, "Chaplin Greatest Artist the Screen Has Produced"
Moving Picture World (USA)26 July 1919, pg. 483, "Death of Chaplin Baby Came Very Unexpectantly"
Moving Picture World (USA)19 July 1919, pg. 339, "Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaplin Present Charles Chaplin, Jr."
Moving Picture World (USA)31 May 1919, pg. 1322, "Chaplin Fails to Get 'Magic Rug'"
Moving Picture World (USA)3 May 1919, pg. 642, ill, "The Very Well-Known Cake Goes to Charles Chaplin"
Moving Picture World (USA)19 April 1919, pg. 350, "Chaplin Brings Joy to Little French War Hero"
Moving Picture World (USA)19 April 1919, pg. 404, "Will the Chaplin Influence Kill Bull Fighting?"
Moving Picture World (USA)5 April 1919, pg. 75, "Chaplin Studios Damaged by Wind Storm"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)April 1919, pg. 18-19, 80, by: Harry C. Carr, "A Dozen Chaplins, and They're All Charlie"
Moving Picture World (USA)1 March 1919, pg. 1165, "Chaplin Gives Up Plan of European Business Trip"
Moving Picture World (USA)1 February 1919, pg. 619, "Star Combination Was Unexpected"
Moving Picture World (USA)25 January 1919, pg. 455, "United Artists Association Formed"
Moving Picture World (USA)28 December 1918, pg. 1504, "Chaplin? Pah! He Iss Not Fonny!"
Moving Picture World (USA)14 December 1918, pg. 1220, ill, "Chaplin Entertains English Bishop"
Moving Picture World (USA)30 November 1918, pg. 937, "Charlie Is Marries"
Moving Picture World (USA)30 November 1918, pg. 970, "Chaplin and His Bride Appear on Same Screen"
Moving Picture World (USA)23 November 1918, pg. 816, "Chaplin Sues to Protect His Inimitable Antics"
Moving Picture World (USA)23 November 1918, pg. 810, "Mildred Harris Wife of Chas. Chaplin Since October 23"
Moving Picture World (USA)5 October 1918, pg. 64, "Chaplin Makes Statement of Policyh"
Moving Picture World (USA)21 September 1918, pg. 1711, "Chaplin Liberty Special Is Named 'The Bond'"
Moving Picture World (USA)3 August 1918, pg. 697, "'Triple Trouble' Is New Essanay-Chaplin Comedy"
Moving Picture World (USA)13 July 1918, pg. 190, ill, "Charles Chaplin Has His Picture Taken"
Moving Picture World (USA)8 June 1918, pg. 1415, "Chaplin Resents Exemption Slur"
Moving Picture World (USA)1 June 1918, pg. 1276, "Chaplin Grotesqueries Fit in War Zone"
Moving Picture World (USA)18 May 1918, pg. 976, "Chaplin Finishes Liberty Bond Tour"
Moving Picture World (USA)11 May 1918, pg. 839, "Chaplin Sees Life in Atlanta"
Moving Picture World (USA)27 April 1918, pg. 519-21, "Film Industry Working for Liberty Loan"
Moving Picture World (USA)27 April 1918, pg. 521, "Chaplin to Don United States Uniform"
Moving Picture World (USA)23 March 1918, pg. 1646, "It Is Chaplin Studios, Inc."
Moving Picture World (USA)23 February 1918, pg. 1103, "Chaplin and Lauder Co-Star"
Moving Picture World (USA)16 February 1918, pg. 973, ill, "Chaplin in New Studio"
Motion Picture Magazine (USA)February 1918, pg. 107-114, 166, by: H.H. Van Loan, "Our Picture Cruise Around the World; 'Hook, Line and Sinker'--Our Round-the-World Reporter Meets Charlie Chaplin and Company in Hawaii"
Moving Picture World (USA)19 January 1918, pg. 386, "Chaplin Takes on His Old Manager"
Moving Picture World (USA)22 December 1917, pg. 1814, "Chaplin Donates Candy"
Moving Picture World (USA)22 December 1917, pg. 1762, "Chaplin Secures Injunction"
Moving Picture World (USA)24 November 1917, pg. 1178, ill, "Chaplin Breaks Ground for New Studio"
Moving Picture World (USA)10 November 1917, pg. 864, "Chaplin Files Many Suits"
Moving Picture World (USA)10 November 1917, pg. 868, "Chaplin's New Studios"
Moving Picture World (USA)3 November 1917, pg. 703, "Chaplin's New Studio Architectural Gem"
Moving Picture World (USA)27 October 1917, pg. 512, "To Act Against Spurious Chaplin's"
Moving Picture World (USA)27 October 1917, pg. 512, "Chaplin to Put Signature in Films"
Moving Picture World (USA)20 October 1917, pg. 517, "Charles Chaplin Organizes Company"
Moving Picture World (USA)13 October 1917, pg. 243, "Chaplin Would Enjoin Apollo"
Picture-Play Magazine (USA)September 1917, pg. 100, by: Warren Reed, "What Will Chaplin Do?"
Moving Picture World (USA)21 July 1917, pg. 431, "Chaplin to Strive for Quality"
Moving Picture World (USA)14 July 1917, pg. 217, "Chaplin Signs with Exhibitors' Circuit"
Photoplay (USA)July 1917, pg. 114, by: Cal York, "Plays and Players [now a millionaire]"
Moving Picture World (USA)9 June 1917, pg. 1578, "A Million for Chaplin"
Photoplay Magazine (USA)June 1917, pg. 19-22, by: John Ten Eyck, "When Charlie Chaplin Earned $25.00 a Week"
Moving Picture World (USA)14 April 1917, pg. 279, ill, "Charles Chaplin"
Moving Picture World (USA)6 January 1917, pg. 81, "Where Charles Chaplin Comes In"
Moving Picture World (USA)9 December 1916, pg. 1485-86, "Fairbanks and Chaplin Do a Turn Together"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)September 1916, pg. 41-44, by: Stanley W. Todd, "The Real Charlie Chaplin; The Personal Side of the Famous Comedian as His Associates Know It"
Moving Picture World (USA)22 July 1916, pg. 611, "Syd and Charlie Still Chummy"
Moving Picture World (USA)8 July 1916, pg. 236, "Chaplin Loses 'Carme' Suit"
Moving Picture World (USA)10 June 1916, pg. 1897, "No Injunction for Chaplin"
Moving Picture World (USA)3 June 1916, pg. 1704, "Essanay vs. Chaplin"
Moving Picture World (USA)27 May 1916, pg. 1527, "Chaplin Versus V-L-S-E"
Moving Picture World (USA)6 May 1916, pg. 949, "Chaplin Seeks to Enjoin 'Carmen'"
Moving Picture World (USA)11 March 1916, pg. 1622, ill, "Chaplin Signs with Mutual"
Moving Picture World (USA)13 November 1915, pg. 1296, "As the Dramatic Critic Sees Us"
Moving Picture World (USA)9 October 1915, pg. 279, "Chaplin Will Stick"
New York Dramatic Mirror (USA)6 October 1915, pg. 24:3, "After the Pirates; Essanay Company Seeks to Punish Pirates 'Duping' Chaplin Subjects"
New York Dramatic Mirror (USA)22 September 1915, pg. 36:1, "Chaplin Satisfied; Popular Comedian Denies Rumors That He Is Likely to Leave Essanay Company"
New York Dramatic Mirror (USA)1 September 1915, pg. 26:4, "Seize Chaplin Films; Essanay Company Plans Strong Campaign Against Spurious Chaplin Pictures"
Moving Picture World (USA)26 June 1915, pg. 2100, ill, "Charles Chaplin"
Moving Picture World (USA)10 June 1915, pg. 238, ill, "The Essanay Chaplin Comedies"
Moving Picture World (USA)29 May 1915, pg. 1414, "Chaplin Not Coming to New York"
Moving Picture World (USA)6 February 1915, pg. 811, ill, "A Real Film ABC"
Moving Picture World (USA)9 January 1915, pg. 197, ill, "Charles Chaplin"
Moving Picture World (USA)26 December 1914, pg. 1822, "Essanay Signs Charles Chaplin"

Pictorial
Playboy (USA)April 1997, Vol. 44, Iss. 4, pg. 82, by: James R. Peterson, "Playboy's History of the Sexual Revolution, Part III (1920-29): The Jazz Age"
Premiere (USA)September 1989, Vol. 3, Iss. 1, pg. 82, by: Douglas Kirkland, "Douglas Kirkland: He is a Camera"
Ciné-Revue (Belgium)29 March 1979, Vol. 59, Iss. 13, pg. 2, "Ce qu'ils auraient pu dire..."
Jeunesse Cinéma (France)August 1965, Iss. 92, pg. 43, "Le musée du rire"

Magazine cover photo
arte TV Magazin (Germany)December 2003, Iss. 12
Cult Movies (USA)1996, Iss. 18
Hör Zu (West Germany)9 February 1974, Iss. 6
Gong (West Germany)23 June 1973, Iss. 25
Newsweek (USA)26 March 1973
Newsweek (USA)6 June 1966
Look (USA)19 April 1966
Life (USA)1 April 1966
Vie Nuove (Italy)28 December 1952
Pour Vous (France)April 1932
Mon Ciné (France)24 May 1928, Iss. 327
Time (USA)6 July 1925


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