Chaplin and American Culture: The Evolution of a Star Image

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Princeton University Press, Feb 21, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 442 pages

Charles Maland focuses on the cultural sources of the on-and-off, love-hate affair between Chaplin and the American public that was perhaps the stormiest in American stardom.

 

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In the centenary of his birth, much has already been published about one of the most closely scrutinized figures in film history. Maland's intention is take Charlie in the "context'' of his times, to ... Read full review

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