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Sbardellati, John; Shaw, Tony 2003 Chaplin has also been characterised in
Chaplin left the United States on 31 January 1931, and returned on 10 June 1932 Through his father's connections, Chaplin became a member of the troupe, with whom he toured English music halls throughout 1899 and 1900

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In the early morning of 25 December 1977, Chaplin died at home after suffering a stroke in his sleep.

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Chaplin was often invited to other patriotic functions to read the speech to audiences during the years of the war
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The comedy contains some of Chaplin's most famous sequences, such as the Tramp eating his shoe and the "Dance of the Rolls"
Chaplin did receive help, notably from his long-time cinematographer , brother Sydney Chaplin, and various such as and In a dual performance, he also played the dictator "Adenoid Hynkel", who parodied Hitler
Online catalogue of Chaplin's professional and personal archives at the , Italy• No other filmmaker ever so completely dominated every aspect of the work, did every job The FBI also requested and received help from , particularly on investigating the false claims that Chaplin had not been born in England but in France or Eastern Europe, and that his real name was Israel Thornstein

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Many contain social and political themes, as well as autobiographical elements.

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It was this physical resemblance that supplied the plot for Chaplin's next film, , which directly satirised Hitler and attacked fascism
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Chaplin, then 14, had the task of taking his mother to the infirmary, from where she was sent back to Cane Hill
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Chaplin was cynical about this new medium and the technical shortcomings it presented, believing that "talkies" lacked the artistry of silent films
and completed Chaplin's releases for 1916 She eventually divorced Chaplin in Mexico in 1942, citing incompatibility and separation for more than a year
Southwark Council ruled that it was necessary to send the children to a workhouse "owing to the absence of their father and the destitution and illness of their mother" Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press

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The tour lasted 21 months, and the troupe returned to England in June 1912.

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At 19, he was signed to the prestigious company, which took him to America
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Edgar Hoover Goes to the Movies: The FBI and the Origins of Hollywood's Cold War
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He remembered confidently entertaining the crowd, and receiving laughter and applause