CHARLIE CHAPLIN: THE FORGOTTEN YEARS (DOC 2003)
When Charlie Chaplin was forced to leave the United States in 1952, he settled in Switzerland on the shores of Lake Geneva, where he lived happily with his family until the end of his life in 1977. In this documentary, Chaplin's children, Geraldine, Michael and Eugene, reminisce about their father, and Chaplin's friends, colleagues and contemporaries also share their memories. Includes newly found unique footage from private archives.
Bonus material contains additional 22 minute interviews with: Geraldine Chaplin, Eugene Chaplin, Michael Chaplin, Sir Peter Ustinov, and Petula Clark.
Number of DVDs: 1
Running Time: 55 min + 22 min of bonus interviews.
NOTES: This is a fan-made DVD set. Not a studio release. DVD come in white sleeves with no art work. Screenshots to be added soon.
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