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In September , Hannah was committed to Cane Hill mental asylum — she had developed a psychosis seemingly brought on by an infection of syphilis and malnutrition. For the two months she was there, Chaplin and his brother Sydney were sent to live with their father, whom the young boys scarcely knew.

Charles Sr. Hannah entered a period of remission but, in May , became ill again. Chaplin, then 14, had the task of taking his mother to the infirmary, from where she was sent back to Cane Hill. He lived alone for several days, searching for food and occasionally sleeping rough, until Sydney — who had enrolled in the Navy two years earlier — returned. Hannah was released from the asylum eight months later, but in March , her illness returned, this time permanently.

In the years Chaplin was touring with the Eight Lancashire Lads, his mother ensured that he still attended school but, by age 13, he had abandoned education. He supported himself with a range of jobs, while nursing his ambition to become an actor.

It opened in July , but the show was unsuccessful and closed after two weeks. His performance was so well received that he was called to London to play the role alongside William Gillette , the original Holmes. He completed one final tour of Sherlock Holmes in early , before leaving the play after more than two-and-a-half years.

Chaplin soon found work with a new company, and went on tour with his brother — who was also pursuing an acting career — in a comedy sketch called Repairs. By the time the act finished touring in July , the year-old had become an accomplished comedic performer. He struggled to find more work, however, and a brief attempt at a solo act was a failure. The tour lasted 21 months, and the troupe returned to England in June A representative who had seen his performances thought he could replace Fred Mace , a star of their Keystone Studios who intended to leave.

Chaplin arrived in Los Angeles, home of the Keystone studio, in early December His boss was Mack Sennett , who initially expressed concern that the year-old looked too young. He was not used in a picture until late January, during which time Chaplin attempted to learn the processes of filmmaking. The one-reeler Making a Living marked his film acting debut and was released on 2 February For his second appearance in front of the camera, Chaplin selected the costume with which he became identified.

He described the process in his autobiography:. I had no idea of the character. But the moment I was dressed, the clothes and the makeup made me feel the person he was. I began to know him, and by the time I walked on stage he was fully born. Chaplin adopted the character as his screen persona and attempted to make suggestions for the films he appeared in. These ideas were dismissed by his directors.

During the filming of his eleventh picture, Mabel at the Wheel , he clashed with director Mabel Normand and was almost released from his contract. Sennett kept him on, however, when he received orders from exhibitors for more Chaplin films. Thereafter he directed almost every short film in which he appeared for Keystone, at the rate of approximately one per week, a period which he later remembered as the most exciting time of his career.

He soon recruited a leading lady — Edna Purviance , whom Chaplin met in a cafe and hired on account of her beauty. She went on to appear in 35 films with Chaplin over eight years; the pair also formed a romantic relationship that lasted into Chaplin asserted a high level of control over his pictures and started to put more time and care into each film.

There was a month-long interval between the release of his second production, A Night Out , and his third, The Champion. The character became more gentle and romantic; The Tramp April was considered a particular turning point in his development. The use of pathos was developed further with The Bank , in which Chaplin created a sad ending. During , Chaplin became a cultural phenomenon. Shops were stocked with Chaplin merchandise, he was featured in cartoons and comic strips, and several songs were written about him.

The high salary shocked the public and was widely reported in the press. John R. Chaplin this large sum annually because the public wants Chaplin and will pay for him. Mutual gave Chaplin his own Los Angeles studio to work in, which opened in March The Mutual contract stipulated that he release a two-reel film every four weeks, which he had managed to achieve.

With the new year, however, Chaplin began to demand more time. With their careful construction, these films are considered by Chaplin scholars to be among his finest work. Later in life, Chaplin referred to his Mutual years as the happiest period of his career. However, Chaplin also felt that those films became increasingly formulaic over the period of the contract and he was increasingly dissatisfied with the working conditions encouraging that.

Chaplin was attacked in the British media for not fighting in the First World War. He defended himself, revealing that he would fight for Britain if called and had registered for the American draft, but he was not summoned by either country. Despite this criticism Chaplin was a favourite with the troops, and his popularity continued to grow worldwide.

In , professional Chaplin imitators were so widespread that he took legal action, and it was reported that nine out of ten men who attended costume parties dressed as the Tramp. He chose to build his own studio, situated on five acres of land off Sunset Boulevard , with production facilities of the highest order. It was completed in January , and Chaplin was given freedom over the making of his pictures.

Chaplin built this English cottage-style studio in three months beginning in November He also produced a short propaganda film, donated to the government for fund-raising, called The Bond. He spent four months filming the minute-long picture, which was released in October with great success. After the release of Shoulder Arms , Chaplin requested more money from First National, which was refused. Frustrated with their lack of concern for quality, and worried about rumours of a possible merger between the company and Famous Players-Lasky , Chaplin joined forces with Douglas Fairbanks , Mary Pickford , and D.

Griffith to form a new distribution company — United Artists , established in January The arrangement was revolutionary in the film industry, as it enabled the four partners — all creative artists — to personally fund their pictures and have complete control. Chaplin was eager to start with the new company and offered to buy out his contract with First National. They refused and insisted that he complete the final six films owed. Before the creation of United Artists, Chaplin married for the first time.

The year-old actress Mildred Harris had revealed that she was pregnant with his child, and in September , he married her quietly in Los Angeles to avoid controversy. Soon after, the pregnancy was found to be false. Chaplin was unhappy with the union and, feeling that marriage stunted his creativity, struggled over the production of his film Sunnyside. Harris was by then legitimately pregnant, and on 7 July , gave birth to a son.

Norman Spencer Chaplin was born malformed and died three days later. Dealing with issues of poverty and parent—child separation, The Kid was one of the earliest films to combine comedy and drama. It was released in January with instant success, and, by , had been screened in over 50 countries. Chaplin spent five months on his next film, the two-reeler The Idle Class. Following its September release, he chose to return to England for the first time in almost a decade.

The Pilgrim — his final short film — was delayed by distribution disagreements with the studio, and released a year later. Having fulfilled his First National contract, Chaplin was free to make his first picture as an independent producer. In November , he began filming A Woman of Paris , a romantic drama about ill-fated lovers. Chaplin intended it to be a star-making vehicle for Edna Purviance, and did not appear in the picture himself other than in a brief, uncredited cameo. He wished the film to have a realistic feel and directed his cast to give restrained performances.

A Woman of Paris premiered in September and was acclaimed for its innovative, subtle approach. The public, however, seemed to have little interest in a Chaplin film without Chaplin, and it was a box office disappointment.

The filmmaker was hurt by this failure — he had long wanted to produce a dramatic film and was proud of the result — and soon withdrew A Woman of Paris from circulation. Chaplin returned to comedy for his next project. The Greatest! In The Gold Rush , the Tramp is a lonely prospector fighting adversity and looking for love. With Georgia Hale as his new leading lady, Chaplin began filming the picture in February The last scene was shot May after 15 months of filming.

Chaplin felt The Gold Rush was the best film he had made. It opened in August and became one of the highest-grossing films of the silent era with a U. Lita Grey , whose bitter divorce from Chaplin caused a scandal. While making The Gold Rush , Chaplin married for the second time. Mirroring the circumstances of his first union, Lita Grey was a teenage actress, originally set to star in the film, whose surprise announcement of pregnancy forced Chaplin into marriage.

She was 16 and he was 35, meaning Chaplin could have been charged with statutory rape under California law. He therefore arranged a discreet marriage in Mexico on 25 November Their first son, Charles Spencer Chaplin, Jr. In November , Grey took the children and left the family home. Chaplin was reported to be in a state of nervous breakdown, as the story became headline news and groups formed across America calling for his films to be banned. His fan base was strong enough to survive the incident, and it was soon forgotten, but Chaplin was deeply affected by it.

Before the divorce suit was filed, Chaplin had begun work on a new film, The Circus. He built a story around the idea of walking a tightrope while besieged by monkeys, and turned the Tramp into the accidental star of a circus. Filming was suspended for 10 months while he dealt with the divorce scandal, and it was generally a trouble-ridden production.

Finally completed in October , The Circus was released in January to a positive reception. Despite its success, he permanently associated the film with the stress of its production; Chaplin omitted The Circus from his autobiography, and struggled to work on it when he recorded the score in his later years. By the time The Circus was released, Hollywood had witnessed the introduction of sound films.

He was also hesitant to change the formula that had brought him such success, and feared that giving the Tramp a voice would limit his international appeal. He, therefore, rejected the new Hollywood craze and began work on a new silent film. When filming began at the end of , Chaplin had been working on the story for almost a year. One advantage Chaplin found in sound technology was the opportunity to record a musical score for the film, which he composed himself.

Chaplin finished editing City Lights in December , by which time silent films were an anachronism. A preview before an unsuspecting public audience was not a success, but a showing for the press produced positive reviews. City Lights had been a success, but Chaplin was unsure if he could make another picture without dialogue.

He spent months travelling Western Europe, including extended stays in France and Switzerland, and spontaneously decided to visit Japan. He briefly considered retiring and moving to China. The trip had been a stimulating experience for Chaplin, including meetings with several prominent thinkers, and he became increasingly interested in world affairs.

The state of labour in America troubled him, and he feared that capitalism and machinery in the workplace would increase unemployment levels. It was these concerns that stimulated Chaplin to develop his new film. Featuring the Tramp and Goddard as they endure the Great Depression , it took ten and a half months to film.

Chaplin intended to use spoken dialogue but changed his mind during rehearsals. Like its predecessor, Modern Times employed sound effects but almost no speaking. After recording the music, Chaplin released Modern Times in February Modern Times Poster. The film earned less at the box-office than his previous features and received mixed reviews, as some viewers disliked the politicising. The couple had refused to comment on the nature of their relationship, and it was not known whether they were married or not.

Some time later, Chaplin revealed that they married in Canton during this trip. By , the couple had drifted apart, as both focused heavily on their work, although Goddard was again his leading lady in his next feature film, The Great Dictator. She eventually divorced Chaplin in Mexico in , citing incompatibility and separation for more than a year. The s saw Chaplin face a series of controversies, both in his work and in his personal life, which changed his fortunes and severely affected his popularity in the United States.

The first of these was his growing boldness in expressing his political beliefs. Deeply disturbed by the surge of militaristic nationalism in s world politics, Chaplin found that he could not keep these issues out of his work. Parallels between himself and Adolf Hitler had been widely noted: the pair were born four days apart, both had risen from poverty to world prominence, and Hitler wore the same toothbrush moustache as Chaplin.

Chaplin spent two years developing the script, and began filming in September — six days after Britain declared war on Germany. He had submitted to using spoken dialogue, partly out of acceptance that he had no other choice, but also because he recognised it as a better method for delivering a political message.

The Great Dictator spent a year in production and was released in October The ending was unpopular, however, and generated controversy. Chaplin concluded the film with a five-minute speech in which he abandoned his barber character, looked directly into the camera, and pleaded against war and fascism. Charles J. In the mids, Chaplin was involved in a series of trials that occupied most of his time and significantly affected his public image. The troubles stemmed from his affair with an aspirant actress named Joan Barry , with whom he was involved intermittently between June and the autumn of As Chaplin denied the claim, Barry filed a paternity suit against him.

Most serious of these was an alleged violation of the Mann Act , which prohibits the transportation of women across state boundaries for sexual purposes.. Three charges lacked sufficient evidence to proceed to court, but the Mann Act trial began in March Chaplin was acquitted two weeks later. Evidence from blood tests which indicated otherwise were not admissible , and the judge ordered Chaplin to pay child support until Carol Ann turned Media coverage of the paternity suit was influenced by the FBI, as information was fed to the prominent gossip columnist Hedda Hopper , and Chaplin was portrayed in an overwhelmingly critical light.

Chaplin, then 54, had been introduced to her by a film agent seven months earlier. July , Michael John b. March , Josephine Hannah b. March , Victoria b. May , Eugene Anthony b. August , Jane Cecil b. May , Annette Emily b. December , and Christopher James b. July In April , he finally began filming a project that had been in development since Monsieur Verdoux was a black comedy , the story of a French bank clerk, Verdoux Chaplin , who loses his job and begins marrying and murdering wealthy widows to support his family.

Chaplin again vocalised his political views in Monsieur Verdoux , criticising capitalism and arguing that the world encourages mass killing through wars and weapons of mass destruction. Because of this, the film met with controversy when it was released in April ; Chaplin was booed at the premiere, and there were calls for a boycott. Monsieur Verdoux was the first Chaplin release that failed both critically and commercially in the United States. Along with damage of the Joan Barry scandal, he was publicly accused of being a communist.

His political activity had heightened during World War II, when he campaigned for the opening of a Second Front to help the Soviet Union and supported various Soviet—American friendship groups. He was also friendly with several suspected communists, and attended functions given by Soviet diplomats in Los Angeles.

Unwilling to be quiet about the issue, he openly protested against the trials of Communist Party members and the activities of the House Un-American Activities Committee. Chaplin received a subpoena to appear before HUAC but was not called to testify. As his activities were widely reported in the press, and Cold War fears grew, questions were raised over his failure to take American citizenship.

Calls were made for him to be deported; in one extreme and widely published example, Representative John E. He should be deported and gotten rid of at once. Although Chaplin remained politically active in the years following the failure of Monsieur Verdoux , his next film, about a forgotten vaudeville comedian and a young ballerina in Edwardian London, was devoid of political themes.

The cast included various members of his family, including his five oldest children and his half-brother, Wheeler Dryden. Filming began in November , by which time Chaplin had spent three years working on the story. Limelight featured a cameo appearance from Buster Keaton , whom Chaplin cast as his stage partner in a pantomime scene.

This marked the only time the comedians worked together. Chaplin decided to hold the world premiere of Limelight in London, since it was the setting of the film. As he left Los Angeles, he expressed a premonition that he would not be returning.

The next day, attorney general James P. It is likely that he would have gained entry if he had applied for it. However, when Chaplin received a cablegram informing him of the news, he privately decided to cut his ties with the United States:. Whether I re-entered that unhappy country or not was of little consequence to me. Because all of his property remained in America, Chaplin refrained from saying anything negative about the incident to the press.

The scandal attracted vast attention, but Chaplin and his film were warmly received in Europe. In America, the hostility towards him continued, and, although it received some positive reviews, Limelight was subjected to a wide-scale boycott. Chaplin did not attempt to return to the United States after his re-entry permit was revoked, and instead sent his wife to settle his affairs.

The couple decided to settle in Switzerland and, in January , the family moved into their permanent home: Manoir de Ban , a hectare acre estate overlooking Lake Geneva in Corsier-sur-Vevey. Chaplin put his Beverly Hills house and studio up for sale in March, and surrendered his re-entry permit in April.

The next year, his wife renounced her US citizenship and became a British citizen. Chaplin severed the last of his professional ties with the United States in , when he sold the remainder of his stock in United Artists, which had been in financial difficulty since the early s. Chaplin remained a controversial figure throughout the s, especially after he was awarded the International Peace Prize by the communist-led World Peace Council , and after his meetings with Zhou Enlai and Nikita Khrushchev.

Casting himself as an exiled king who seeks asylum in the United States, Chaplin included several of his recent experiences in the screenplay. The political satire parodied HUAC and attacked elements of s culture — including consumerism, plastic surgery, and wide-screen cinema.

Chaplin founded a new production company, Attica, and used Shepperton Studios for the shooting. Filming in England proved a difficult experience, as he was used to his own Hollywood studio and familiar crew, and no longer had limitless production time. According to Robinson, this had an effect on the quality of the film.

A King in New York was released in September , and received mixed reviews. This severely limited its revenue, although it achieved moderate commercial success in Europe. A King in New York was not shown in America until In the last two decades of his career, Chaplin concentrated on re-editing and scoring his old films for re-release, along with securing their ownership and distribution rights.

The same month, Chaplin was invested with the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters by the universities of Oxford and Durham. The page book, which focused on his early years and personal life, became a worldwide best-seller, despite criticism over the lack of information on his film career. Shortly after the publication of his memoirs, Chaplin began work on A Countess from Hong Kong , a romantic comedy based on a script he had written for Paulette Goddard in the s.

Set on an ocean liner, it starred Marlon Brando as an American ambassador and Sophia Loren as a stowaway found in his cabin. It was his first to use Technicolor and the widescreen format, while he concentrated on directing and appeared on-screen only in a cameo role as a seasick steward. He also signed a deal with Universal Pictures and appointed his assistant, Jerome Epstein, as the producer.

A Countess from Hong Kong premiered in January , to unfavourable reviews, and was a box-office failure. Chaplin was deeply hurt by the negative reaction to the film, which turned out to be his last. Chaplin suffered a series of minor strokes in the late s, which marked the beginning of a slow decline in his health. Despite the setbacks, he was soon writing a new film script, The Freak , a story of a winged girl found in South America, which he intended as a starring vehicle for his daughter, Victoria.

His fragile health prevented the project from being realised. In the early s, Chaplin concentrated on re-releasing his old films, including The Kid and The Circus. The following year, he was honoured with a special award by the Venice Film Festival. It was the first time he had been to the United States in 20 years. Chaplin was initially hesitant about accepting but decided to return to the US for the first time in 20 years.

Although Chaplin still had plans for future film projects, by the mids he was very frail. He experienced several further strokes, which made it difficult for him to communicate, and he had to use a wheelchair. His final projects were compiling a pictorial autobiography, My Life in Pictures and scoring A Woman of Paris for re-release in He also appeared in a documentary about his life, The Gentleman Tramp , directed by Richard Patterson.

The Queen meets Charlie Chaplin at the opening of the British academy of film and television arts. I n the early morning of 25 December , Chaplin died at home after suffering a stroke in his sleep. The funeral, on 27 December, was a small and private Anglican ceremony, according to his wishes. Chaplin was interred in the Corsier-sur-Vevey cemetery.

The body was held for ransom in an attempt to extort money from Oona Chaplin. It was re-interred in the Corsier cemetery surrounded by reinforced concrete. From the film industry, Chaplin drew upon the work of the French comedian Max Linder , whose films he greatly admired. In developing the Tramp costume and persona, he was likely inspired by the American vaudeville scene, where tramp characters were common.

Chaplin never spoke more than cursorily about his filmmaking methods, claiming such a thing would be tantamount to a magician spoiling his own illusion. Little was known about his working process throughout his lifetime, but research from film historians — particularly the findings of Kevin Brownlow and David Gill that were presented in the three-part documentary Unknown Chaplin — has since revealed his unique working method.

Until he began making spoken dialogue films with The Great Dictator , Chaplin never shot from a completed script. As ideas were accepted and discarded, a narrative structure would emerge, frequently requiring Chaplin to reshoot an already-completed scene that might have otherwise contradicted the story. Producing films in this manner meant Chaplin took longer to complete his pictures than almost any other filmmaker at the time. If he was out of ideas, he often took a break from the shoot, which could last for days, while keeping the studio ready for when inspiration returned.

Because he personally funded his films, Chaplin was at liberty to strive for this goal and shoot as many takes as he wished. The number was often excessive, for instance 53 takes for every finished take in The Kid. Chaplin biographer David Robinson. Chaplin exercised complete control over his pictures, to the extent that he would act out the other roles for his cast, expecting them to imitate him exactly.

He personally edited all of his films, trawling through the large amounts of footage to create the exact picture he wanted. As a result of his complete independence, he was identified by the film historian Andrew Sarris as one of the first auteur filmmakers. Chaplin did receive help, notably from his long-time cinematographer Roland Totheroh , brother Sydney Chaplin, and various assistant directors such as Harry Crocker and Charles Reisner. Unlike conventional slapstick comedies,. The character lives in poverty and is frequently treated badly, but remains kind and upbeat; defying his social position, he strives to be seen as a gentleman.

Chaplin sometimes drew on tragic events when creating his films, as in the case of The Gold Rush , which was inspired by the fate of the Donner Party. Constance B. Kuriyama has identified serious underlying themes in the early comedies, such as greed The Gold Rush and loss The Kid. Chaplin also touched on controversial issues: immigration The Immigrant , ; illegitimacy The Kid , ; and drug use Easy Street , He often explored these topics ironically, making comedy out of suffering.

Later, as he developed a keen interest in economics and felt obliged to publicise his views,. Chaplin began incorporating overtly political messages into his films. Many of his sets, especially in street scenes, bear a strong similarity to Kennington, where he grew up.

Stephen M. Visually, his films are simple and economic, with scenes portrayed as if set on a stage. He believed that action is the main thing. Chaplin developed a passion for music as a child and taught himself to play the piano, violin, and cello. He considered the musical accompaniment of a film to be important, and from A Woman of Paris onwards he took an increasing interest in this area.

With the advent of sound technology, Chaplin began using a synchronised orchestral soundtrack — composed by himself — for City Lights He thereafter composed the scores for all of his films, and from the late s to his death, he scored all of his silent features and some of his short films.

As Chaplin was not a trained musician, he could not read sheet music and needed the help of professional composers, such as David Raksin , Raymond Rasch and Eric James , when creating his scores. Musical directors were employed to oversee the recording process, such as Alfred Newman for City Lights. Photo by Max Autrey, c.

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