Charlie Chaplin Statue(Statue)
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A statue of Charlie Chaplin, created by John Doubleday, stands in Leicester Square, London. It was unveiled by Sir Ralph Richardson in 1981.
About the Charlie Chaplin Statue : Leicester Square London England
Named for the 2nd Earl of Leicester, London's Leicester Square is at the heart of the city's prime entertainment district. The square is embellished with several monuments including a fountain dedicated to Shakespeare.
At each corner of the park is a statue of another famous Londoner, including Sir Isaac Newton, Sir Joshua Reynolds, John Hunter, and William Hogarth. Another likeness, that of Charlie Chaplin, was created by John Doubleday and unveiled by Sir Ralph Richardson in 1981.