Charlie Chaplin and His Womenby Irwin Guzov
Most avid moviegoers and film historians know all about Chaplin's successes in such films as "The Kid," "The Gold Rush," "City Lights," and
At the millennium, TIME Magazine hailed Charlie Chaplin as the premier entertainer of the 20th century. Yet there was a dark side to the comedian's storyhis troubled and disturbing relations with the women in his life.
Most avid moviegoers and film historians know all about Chaplin's successes in such films as "The Kid," "The Gold Rush," "City Lights," and the "Great Dictator," as well as the pleasures he gave his audiences over the length of his magnificent career. But few know about the sadness that lurked behind his comic mask and his seeming inability to bring his personal relations with women and others to a level anywhere near his comic and professional genius. His shortcomings in his personal and social relationships and his attempts to overcome them are what Charlie Chaplin and His Women is all about.
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