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Charlie Chaplin was a notorious lady's man. When he left the US for a European vacation in the 1950s, authorities told him not to return till his morals improved. He married 4x. The last and most successful, was to Oona O'Neill (daughter of playwright Eugene O'Neill) who left beau J.D. Salinger to wed Chaplin in 1944 when he was 54, she-18. They had 8 kids and remained married till his death in 1977.

Charlie Chaplin was a notorious lady's man. When he left the US for a European vacation in the 1950s, authorities told him not to return till his morals improved. He married 4x. The last and most successful, was to Oona O'Neill (daughter of playwright Eugene O'Neill) who left beau J.D. Salinger to wed Chaplin in 1944 when he was 54, she-18. They had 8 kids and remained married till his death in 1977.

charles–chaplin:  Charlie Chaplin in a rarely seen footage of what might have been a precursor (or rehearsal) to the 1918 never-released film How To Make Movies. Note: This was shown in a French documentary called La Naissance de Charlot (released in 2013).   It was then released and shown on TCM (U.S./Canada) last August 14th under the title - “How Chaplin Became The Tramp” or “Birth of the Tramp”

charles–chaplin: Charlie Chaplin in a rarely seen footage of what might have been a precursor (or rehearsal) to the 1918 never-released film How To Make Movies. Note: This was shown in a French documentary called La Naissance de Charlot (released in 2013). It was then released and shown on TCM (U.S./Canada) last August 14th under the title - “How Chaplin Became The Tramp” or “Birth of the Tramp”

A poem by Charlie Chaplin written on his 70th birthday on April 16, 1959.: When I started Loving Myself...

A poem by Charlie Chaplin written on his 70th birthday on April 16, 1959.: When I started Loving Myself...

Charlie Chaplin and Walt Disney in the 1930s. (photo courtesy of the Walt Disney Family Museum)

Walt Disney’s silent inspirations

Charlie Chaplin and Walt Disney in the 1930s. (photo courtesy of the Walt Disney Family Museum)

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