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Unknown Chaplin(1986)

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  • Chaplin's Personal Life in Unknown Chaplin

    • Bell
    • 9/21/09

    After a screening of a Charlie Chaplin movie on TCM, I became interested in reading more of this great film/music/performer/writer/director and also of his paramours. I have seen The Unknown Chaplin, and I thought it to be a very well produced biopic. His personal life is as captivating a story as any his many fine films. Lita Grey Chaplin, who was his 2nd wife , is interviewed in one of the 3 parts to this video. Her's is a story which is particularly interesting to me, since she was a native Angeleno and part Mexican-American,such as myself. Her maternal grandmother was a distant relative of Leo Carillo and Lita was born in one of those old Hollywood Spanish-style homes which was torn down to build the Hollywood Fwy at the Cahuenga Pass, and she lived in a home in Whitley Heights, which is across the street from the Hollhywood Bowl. For anyone who enjoys reading about old L.A. and Hollywood, her autobiography, "My Life with Chaplin", is entertaining. Their oldest son, Sydney is alive and he is also interviewed. I feel for his Mother - it seems Chaplin was not only a genius, but had a personal character worthy of any legend. With all due respect to Robert Downey, Jr. and Richard Attenborough, there was still more to Chaplin than they showed us in 1990.

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