Charlie Chaplin: intimate close-ups
Many remember Charlie Chaplin's comic masterpiece, The Gold Rush, as the finest blend of comedy and farce ever brought to the screen, but far fewer remember its heroine, Georgia Hale. Seventy years after the film's premier, Georgia Hale returns to the center of the frame through her memiors. Charlie Chaplin describes the actress's intimate relationship with Chaplin; her memoir effectively ending with Chaplin's marriage in 1943 to Oona O'Neill. Contains illustrations from the Chaplin archive.
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Editors Introduction vii
Note on the Text xxix
The Memoir 1
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