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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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Although some literary sources claim the film was shot in the anamorphic CinemaScope process with the aspect ratio of 2,35:1, the lack of a CinemaScope logo or credit in titles and promotional material such as posters and the total lack of anamorphic compression artifacts in the print indicate that the film was shot in spherical 1,85:1 hard matte format. Widescreen DVDs of the film have also been presented in 1,85:1 aspect ratio.
The only feature film by Charles Chaplin to be funded by a major studio, Universal. Also, he had the largest budget of all his films, $2 million.
The role of Ogden Mears was offered to Rex Harrison, who turned it down. Marlon Brando took the role and spent much of the film clashing with Charles Chaplin.
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