Charlie Chaplin

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      Single Disc [2003]

    • Actors: Charles Chaplin, Marjorie Bennett, Claire Bloom, Nigel Bruce, Geraldine Chaplin
    • Format: Black & White, Dolby, DVD-Video, Original recording remastered, Subtitled
    • Language: English, French, Italian
    • Region: Region 2 (UK & Europe)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Classification: U
    • Studio: Warner Home Video
    • DVD Release Date: 1 Jul 2003
    • Run Time: 132 minutes

      DVD Special Features:

        Chaplin Today - Limelight (26 Minutes)
        Documentary By Edgardo Cozarinsky With The Participation Of Bernardo Bertolucci
        Introduction By David Robinson (6 Minutes)
        Deleted Scene (4 Minutes) Cut By Chaplin After The Film's Premiere, This Scene Contains A Conversation Between Calvero (Chaplin) And A One-Armed Man
        Original Score (59 Minutes) Complete Musical Soundtrack From Limelight
        Footlights (3 Minutes) Two Excerpts From The Original Novel, Read By Charles Chaplin
        The Professor (1919) (7 Minutes) In This Uncompleted Short, Chaplin Played The Role Of A Flea-Trainer For The First Time
        Home Movies (16 Minutes) The Chaplin Family In The United States In The Early '50's. Chaplin's Return To The Places Of His London Childhood In 1959
        Photo Gallery: 200 Stills, Preparatory Sketches, Chaplin And Keaton By W. Eugene Smith
        Theatrical Trailers (6 Minutes)
        Scenes From Films In The Chaplin Collection (23 Minutes)
        Dolby Digital 5.1/Mono

    • Meant as a summation of his life and art, Charles Chaplin's last American film has some stunning set pieces of vaudeville comedy — one featuring his great rival, Buster Keaton — but an inordinate degree of self-pity. As Calvero, a drunken has-been entertainer, Chaplin saves a young dancer (Claire Bloom) from suicide and nurses her to success, though his own comeback is doomed by a world that has no place for pantomime. Featuring five of his children, it's a very personal indulgence that works best as a celebration of British music hall, not as an exposé of Chaplin's own grievances - Source: Radio Times

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