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Midnight on TCM: A Woman of Paris

Smitten Kitten Vintage Posted by Rhonda0731 on Jun 29, 2014

Originally posted on Travalanche: Tonight at midnight on TCM, Charlie Chaplin’s 1923 melodrama masterpiece A Woman of Paris. (He wanted us to call him “Charles” at this stage. You’ll never find a greater Chaplin apologist than this author, but calling him “Charles” is simply a Bridge Too read more

Watch: A Woman of Paris (1923) (1)

Pretty Clever Films Posted by Pretty Clever Film Gal on Oct 1, 2012

CharlieChaplin’s A Woman of Paris debuted on October 1, 1923. The movie is atypical Chaplin – it’s a drama and though it was written, directed, produced and scored by The Tramp, Charlie Chaplin was not the star of the film. He does appear briefly in an uncredited role as a porter, read more

Watch: A Woman of Paris (1923) (2)

Pretty Clever Films Posted by Pretty Clever Film Gal on Oct 1, 2012

CharlieChaplin’s A Woman of Paris debuted on October 1, 1923. The movie is atypical Chaplin – it’s a drama and though it was written, directed, produced and scored by The Tramp, Charlie Chaplin was not the star of the film. He does appear briefly in an uncredited role as a porter, read more

A Woman of Paris (1923)

Hollywood Revue Posted by Angela on Feb 21, 2011

Like so many other young lovers, Marie St. Claire (Edna Purviance) and Jean Millet (Carl Miller) long to run off to the big city together and escape their small town and strict parents.  When they finally decide to make the big trip to Paris, Marie agrees to meet Jean at the train station later tha read more

"A WOMAN OF PARIS" (1923) Chaplin

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Silentfilmfanatic on Dec 13, 2009

"A Woman of Paris" (1923) is a silent melodrama that is perhaps the least famous of all Charles Chaplin's films. Edited, written, produced and directed by Chaplin for United Artists, the film is notable for being the first to not feature himself as the leading actor. Setting new standards in sile read more

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