|In December 1942, Barry broke into Chaplin's home with a handgun and threatened suicide while holding him at gunpoint||Mostrom, Anthony 19 June 2011|
|" Inspired by a photograph of the 1898 , and later the story of the of 1846—1847, he made what Geoffrey Macnab calls "an epic comedy out of grim subject matter"||The MI5 found no evidence of Chaplin being involved in the Communist Party|
Chaplin intended to use spoken dialogue but changed his mind during rehearsals.9
|December 1959 , and b||Film historian has written that Chaplin "changed not only the imagery of cinema, but also its sociology and grammar" and claims that Chaplin was as important to the development of comedy as a genre as was to drama|
|One journalist wrote, "Nobody in the world but Charlie Chaplin could have done it||After three nights, Gillette chose to close Clarice and replace it with Sherlock Holmes|
He spent months travelling Western Europe, including extended stays in France and Switzerland, and spontaneously decided to visit Japan.