In 1957 during his self-imposed exile from the United States, Chaplin released a film that proved to be his final starring role, A King in New York. This film examines Chaplin's life in exile that help fuel the personal and political themes of his penultimate feature film, including interviews with his son, Michael, who played a central role in its story. Written by
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Did You Know?
This documentary is featured on the Chaplin Collection DVD for A King in New York
(1957), released by Warner Brothers in 2004. See more
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