PG-13 | | Drama, Romance
Semi-true story of the Hollywood murder that occurred at a star-studded gathering aboard William Randolph Hearst's yacht in 1924.
Despite the fact that Charles Chaplin actually had bright blue eyes, Eddie Izzard wore dark contact lenses to keep with the public perception of Chaplin as dark featured. Most have only seen or remember him in black and white films, and assume he had dark eyes.
Man in crowd:
Stop pushing! Stop pushing!
Man in crowd: Please, calm down!
Elinor Glyn: In November of 1924, during a weekend yacht party bound for San Diego, a mysterious death occurred within the Hollywood community. However there was no coverage in the press, no police action, and of ...
The movie is set in 1924. One of the characters mentions The Lady of the Harem which wasn't released until 1926.
Thanks to the people of Kyparissi; Captain Kostas and the crew of the yacht "Marala"
$111,037 (USA) (14 April 2002)
$3,209,481 (USA) (20 June 2002)
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