PG-13 | | Biography, Comedy, Drama
A film about the troubled and controversial life of the master comedy filmmaker Charles Chaplin.
The film was originally to be distributed by Universal, but the studio wanted a bigger name in the starring role than Robert Downey, Jr., preferring Dustin Hoffman or Billy Crystal. When Sir Richard Attenborough refused to comply, the movie was put into turnaround, and a new producer had to be ... ...
Ha ha ha ha ha. Come on Charlie stop messing about, we really have to get down to it now. I just hope our friendship survives the day, that's all.
Charlie Chaplin: Ha George, don't be so melodramatic.
George Hayden: Well, it's your autobiography Charlie. And as your editor I have ...
During Chaplin's 1921 trip to Great Britain, he rides a Southern Railway train, which pulls into St. Pancras Station. Southern Railway didn't exist until 1923. St. Pancras Station was owned by the Midland Railway, which became the London, Midland and Scottish Railway in 1923.
$84,669 (USA) (27 December 1992)