Part of the 'Film Focus' series, 'Chaplin' combines criticism with history, biography, and analysis of technique, exploring the many dimensions of the film medium and its impact on modern society. Composed of essays contributed by John Montgomery, Walter Kerr and Chaplin himself, the book highlights the star's dramatic range and the universality of his humour.
|Dimensions||width 137 mm; height 203 mm; 15 mm.|
|Country of origin||USA|
|Related people||Donald W. McCaffrey (editor)|
|Charlie Chaplin (subject)|
Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection