Charlie Chaplin: The Adventurer/the Cure

United States, 1917

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Charles Chaplin was born on April 6, 1889 in South London of not so successful music hall entertainers. At the age of eight he joined a variety act called “The Eight Lancashire Lads” and worked all over England and parts of Europe throughout his childhood. He toured America in 1910-11 and returned to that country again in 1912 to 1913 where he was seen by Mack Sennett and joined the Keystone company for $150 per week. This cassette features: “The Cure” (1917) and “The Adventurer” (1917).



Charles Chaplin






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