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Charlie Chaplin directing on the set of Modern Times (1936), with co-star Paulette Goddard pictured on the right. (x)

chaplinfanage: “ Charlie Chaplin signing contract for the first showing of Modern Times (1936) at the Trivoli theatre in London with arthur Jarratt. ”

charles–chaplin: ““ Charlie Chaplin on the set of Modern Times, 1935 ” ”

chaplinfortheages: “Charlie Chaplin in the director’s seat - “Modern Times” (1936) ”

August 1935 Charlie Chaplin and Paulette Goddard - shooting the final scene “Modern Times”.

Charlie Chaplin and Al Jolson, El Morocco nightclub, New York, 1947. “ Al Jolson starred in first commercially successful talkie - “The Jazz Singer” 1927. Charlie Chaplin in “Modern Times” 1936, considered by many the last of the silent era. ”

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chaplinfortheages: “ Charlie Chaplin appears in Federal Court, Los Angeles November 18th 1939. “He won a plagiarism suit brought against him by a Michael Kustoff, he claimed Chaplin’s film “Modern Times” was based on his book “Against Gray Walls”...

Charlie Chaplin appears in Federal Court, Los Angeles, California November 18th 1939. “He won a plagiarism suit brought against him by a Michael Kustoff, he claimed Chaplin’s film “Modern Times” was based on his book “Against Gray Walls” published in...

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