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The Time Magazine review of Charlie Chaplin's film, A Woman of Paris, fell in line with many other reviews of the work: they all believed that Chaplin, as director, had moved the ball forward insofar as the development of film - and Time hoped that they had seen the end of Chaplin the clown. However, the 82 minute film was a commercial flop, primarily because he wasn't in it (they chose not to publicize that he played an extra's roll for one quick scene).

The first film Chaplin had directed was The Kid (1922) - and you can read about that here...

     


<i>A Woman of Paris</i> (Time Magazine, 1923)

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