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A King in New York (1957) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Charlie Chaplin and produced by Charlie Chaplin and Jerome Epstein.

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A King in New York (1957)

By Beatrice on May 24, 2016 From Flickers in Time

A King in New York Directed by Charles Chaplin Written by Charles Chaplin 1957/UK Attica Film Company Repeat viewing/Netflix rental The country that made Charlie Chaplin a mega-star treated him pretty despicably in the end. ?He got his revenge with this film. ?In more ways than one. King Shahdov ... Read full article


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Shot for only 12 weeks, the shortest of all Chaplin films.
Dawn Addams replaced Kay Kendall.
Before conceiving the idea for this film, Charles Chaplin had thought of two ideas that he decided against, one was the idea of reviving the tramp (because he realized that the appeal to the tramp was his flexibility), and reviving Verdoux from Monsieur Verdoux (his wife and assistant strongly decided against it.)
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