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Robert Downey Jr., Geraldine Chaplin, Paul Rhys, John Thaw View All


Richard Attenborough (Director), William Boyd (Screenplay), Bryan Forbes (Screenplay), William Goldman (Screenplay) View All

Release: Dec. 18th, 1992
Runtime: 2 hours, 23 minutes
An elderly Charlie Chaplin discusses his autobiography with his editor, while is depicted his amazing journey from his poverty-stricken childhood to world-wide success after the ingenious invention of the Little Tramp.
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The film attempts an original hook by framing the story around a now retired Charlie narrating his life story to a biographer (Anthony Hopkins), who doesn't just take dictation but attempts to find out what made Chaplin tick and determine when Chaplin is not giving him the entire story and the funny thing is, he doesn't have to do a lot of prodding to get the entire story either.