Chaplin: His Life and Art

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Chaplin: His Life and Art is a 1985 book (revised second edition 2001) by film critic David Robinson which examines the life and works of film legend Sir Charlie Chaplin. The British Film Institute describe the book as Chaplin's "definitive biography ... impeccably researched, well written and full of detail."[1] Along with My Autobiography, it was used as source material for the 1992 film Chaplin.

First edition[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bibliography". Charlie Chaplin. British Film Institute. Retrieved June 23, 2012.