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Charlie Spencer Chaplin – NOT So Silent

Childhood Charlie Spencer Chaplin

Charlie Spencer Chaplin was born in London, England, on April 16th, 1889. His father was a talented actor and vocalist as well as his mother, who was known under his stage name Lily Harley, was an attractive singer and actress, who became famous due to her performance in the field of light opera. Charlie was forced to depend on the middle of his own circumstances before reaching the age of ten, as the sudden passing of his father and the subsequent health issues of his mother made it essential that Charlie along with his older brother Sydney in the midst of fending on their own.

The beginning of his career

A. Saintsbury and later William Gillette in different productions of “Sherlock Holmes”. Following the conclusion of this show, Charlie started a career as a vaudeville-style comedian and was eventually Kadence clover hawk brought Charlie to the United States in 1910 as a prominent performer with his company, the Fred Karno Repertoire Company.

Gaining independence

To achieve this Chaplin was busy building the studios he owned. The studio was located in the middle of the residential part of Hollywood located at La Brea Avenue.

The first film made under this arrangement is “A Dog’s Life”. Following the film’s release, the filmmaker turned his attention to a nationwide tour in support of the war effort, after which he produced a film that the US government used to spread the word about the Liberty Loan initiative: “The Bond”.

Charlie Chaplin And His Contribution To Art And Cinema

Although later in the course of his life Charlie Chaplin and his contribution to film and art. Garnered international acclaim, he also faced during his time of controversy and suffering. Chaplin was accused of being unfaithful to England and was being accused of spreading communism in America and was being discriminated against for being non-American, charged with helping the Russian struggle, was declared an unwelcome alien then condemned for his portrayal of Hitler in the role of the Great Dictator. In all this, his work was subjected to adversity. To add to that, his unhappy personal life. Joan Barry whom Charlie had briefly been in a relationship filed a lawsuit against him over his pregnancy. After divorce, the couple divorced. his wives resulted in the king of divorce distributing huge amounts of money in compensation.

Charlie Spencer Chaplin Marriages History

From the four marriages he had, he lost his three spouses. two through a divorce and one lasted just three hours. In all the stress, it is believed that his hair was prematurely turned gray. It is possible that this was due to all of these reasons. Charlie did not appear to be flamboyant or fashionable despite being a star and millionaire throughout his life. Following the failure of his film “Limelight” and the expulsion of his film for political reasons in America, Charlie Chaplin gradually became withdrawn and entered self-exile.

City Lights

City Lights proved to be the most difficult and long-lasting undertaking in Chaplin’s entire career. At the time the film was complete, he’d been working for two years, nearly eight months working on the project, and had almost 191 days of actual filming. The best part is that the film doesn’t show any trace of effort and stress.

Prior to his debut in City Lights, the sound film had already been established. This was an even greater challenge for Chaplin than other silent actors. Chaplin’s Tramp role was universal. His character was a hit across the globe. However, If the Tramp started speaking in English the world’s audience would immediately decrease.

Modern Times (1936)

Chaplin was deeply concerned with the economic and social problems of the new era. In the years 1931-1932, he had quit Hollywood in the dust and embarked on a tour of 18 months around the world. In Europe the continent, he was shocked by rising nationalism as well as the social consequences of the Depression in terms of unemployment, automation, and unemployment.

He studied economic books and then came up with the idea of his Economic Solution, an intelligent experiment in utopian idealism. Based on a more equitable distribution not only of wealth but also of work. In 1931, he informed an interviewer for a newspaper. The issue of unemployment is paramount. Machinery can help mankind.


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