PG-13 | | Biography, Comedy, Drama
A film about the troubled and controversial life of the master comedy filmmaker Charles Chaplin.
The film received its limited release in the United States on December 25, 1992, the fifteenth anniversary of Charles Chaplin's death.
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 ...
When Charlie and Mildred Harris are in the bedroom, Charlie wants her to put lipstick on. She uses a metal tube twist up lipstick. The scene following this bedroom scene is dated as 1918. Twist up metal lipstick tubes were not invented until 1923 by James Bruce Mason Jr. in Nashville, Tennessee.
$84,669 (USA) (27 December 1992)
$9,493,259 (USA) (31 December 1993)