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Charlie Chaplin: The Forgotten Years

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Sortie DVD : 18/10/2005
Synopsis
While silent-film star Charlie Chaplin may have charmed American audiences with the onscreen antics of his lovable "Tramp" character, the actor's private life was marred by a series of public scandals that eventually pushed him into exile. In addition to his penchant for much younger women, Chaplin was unjustly hounded by Senator Joe McCarthy's notorious anti-Communist witch hunts, for which the U.S. revoked his visa in 1952. A bitter and disenchanted Chaplin responded by moving his family to Switzerland, where he remained until his death in 1977. This documentary chronicles Chaplin's life and career during those so-called "forgotten years" (during which he became a prolific and highly respected film-score composer) through previously unreleased archival footage and intimate interviews with his friends and family, including his children Geraldine, Michael, and Eugene.
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Année : 2003
Réalisateur : Beat Hirt, Felice Zenoni
Interprètes : Charlie Chaplin, Eugene Chaplin, Geraldine Chaplin, Michael Chaplin, Petula Clark, Arthur Cohn, Sophia Loren, Peter Ustinov
Durée : 55'
Genre : documentaire
Sortie cinéma : 18/05/2003
DVD

 Format image
• Dolby
• Plein écran
• Sous-titré
• NTSC
• Import
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Anglais Dolby Digital 2.0 Stéréo



Source : tmdb

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