Charlie Chaplin: faces and facets: twelve essays

Document author(s):
William K. Everson, David Robinson, Stanley Kauffmann, Stephen Harvey, David Denby, Charles Silver, Michael Kerbel, Gilberto Perez Guillermo, William Paul, Foster Hirsch, Emily Sieger, and Gary Carey
Document source:
Film Comment
Publication date:
1972 Sep
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Document name subject:
Charlie Chaplin
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Film country(ies):
Great Britain and United States
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Film production company:
Attica Films, Inc., Celebrated Productions, Charles Chaplin Productions, United Artists Corporation, and Universal Pictures
Film genre(s):
Comedy, Crime, Drama, Family, Feature, Political, Romance, Show business, and Yukon
Film subject(s):
  • Abandoned children -- Drama
  • Advertising -- United States -- Drama
  • Anti-Semitism -- Drama
  • Anti-communist movements -- United States -- Drama
  • Antinuclear movement -- Drama
  • Aristocracy -- Drama
  • Automation -- Social aspects -- Drama
  • Ballet -- Drama
  • Blind women -- Drama
  • Boxing -- Drama
  • Comedians -- Drama
  • Depressions -- 1929 -- United States -- Drama
  • Facism -- Drama
  • Factories -- Drama
  • Gold mines and mining -- Drama
  • Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945 -- Drama
  • Insurance, Life - Corrupt practices -- Drama
  • Klondike River Valley (Yukon) -- Gold discoveries -- Drama
  • Man-woman relationships -- Drama
  • Mistaken identity -- Drama
  • Paris (France) -- Drama
  • Serial murderers -- France -- Drama
  • Ships -- Drama
  • Stowaways -- Drama
  • Suicide -- Drama
  • Tenement houses -- United States -- Drama
  • Tramps -- Drama
  • Unemployment -- United States -- Drama
  • Uxoricide -- Drama

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