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    Charlie Chaplin's only novel published for the first time Footlights, the screen legend's unseen prequel in prose to the film Limelight, reflects his sadness at declining stardom Read an extract from Footlights by Charlie Chaplin

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      Charles Chaplin em seu camarim, preparando-se para as gravações do filme Luzes da Ribalta (Limelight), 1952.

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      Actor Charlie Chaplin looking into mirror putting on makeup for role as animal trainer in his 81st film Limelight, 1952. ~W. Eugene Smith

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      Actor Charlie Chaplin Looking Putting on Makeup for Role as Animal Trainer in Film "Limelight" Premium Photographic Print by W. Eugene Smith at

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      Chaplin at work — An appreciative sneer as an animal trainer, 1952 -by W. Eugene Smith [a (b)link to EGYB] via icp

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      Charlie Chaplin puts on make-up for his 81st film, "Limelight", 1952. (w.eugene smith, LIFE) - photo via Campbells Loft fb page

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      W. Eugene Smith - Charlie Chaplin al trucco durante la lavorazione di "Limelight" (Luci della ribalta), 1952

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      Charlie Chaplin Looking Into Mirror, Putting on Makeup for Role as the Animal Trainer Premium Photographic Print by W. Eugene Smith at

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      Actor Charlie Chaplin putting on makeup for role as animal trainer in his 81st film Limelight

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      Chaplin at work — An appreciative sneer as an animal trainer, 1952 -by W. Eugene Smith

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