Thursday, 13 January 2011, 2:00PM
London Film Museum

Charles Chaplin: Bridging Three Centuries

David Robinson

The phenomenon of Chaplin's mythical status not only in film, but in world cultural history.  This lecture will trace the creation of the myth to Chaplin's British origins; as a child of the poorest streets of Victorian London and as an alumnus of the British music hall at its zenith.

david-robinson

David Robinson is one of the most widely respected film critics and historians in the world. His many books include World Cinema, Hollywood In The Twenties and Buster Keaton. He writes for the Times.

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13 January 2011

Charles Chaplin: Bridging Three Centuries
David Robinson

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