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Com­i­cal and ex­pres­sive in his art, Char­lie Chap­lin was truly easy to love, and boy, did the en­tire world love him. Tap­ping into the depths of his legacy, Taschen has re­leased a de­tailed tome ti­tled The Char­lie Chap­lin Archives that fol­lows the time­line of his mul­ti­fac­eted ca­reer as an ac­tor, di­rec­tor, and com­poser. The book also re­veals the mak­ing of his films through var­i­ous per­sonal

let­ters, memos, sketches, sto­ry­boards, and on-set pho­tos, vis­ually trac­ing his life through big hits such as The Kid, The Gold Rush, and the

provoca­tive Hitler satire The Great Dic­ta­tor.

The Char­lie Chap­lin Archives, edited by Paul Dun­can

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