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A Countess from Hong Kong (1967) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Charlie Chaplin and produced by Charlie Chaplin and Jerome Epstein.

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Charles Chaplin originally conceived the idea for this movie 30 years previously (and was titled "Stowaway"), as a starring vehicle for his then-wife Paulette Goddard.
During filming in 1966 at England's Pinewood Studios, the 77-year-old Charles Chaplin was walking around outside discussing ideas when his foot got caught in a grate and he broke his ankle. It was the first serious injury he ever sustained.
Petula Clark had a major hit with her recording of "This is My Song", an adaptation of a piece of music Charles Chaplin wrote for this film. Chaplin reportedly did not care for Clark's version, though it ultimately turned out to be the only successful aspect of the film, reaching #1 in the British charts. Just months later Harry Secombe took the song to #2 in Britain.
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