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Charlie Chaplin Imposters
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With the popularity of Charlie Chaplin (1889 - 1977) came a large number of artificial, bootlegged Charlie Chaplin movies and a host of fraudulent 'Charlies'. All the fake Chaplins were clad the same and all answered to the same name yet all had different biographies and were not terribly funny in the slightest degree. Chaplin No. 1 did not care for this one bit and did not hold back while talking to this correspondent from Motion Picture Magazine.

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Charlie Chaplin and His Imposters  (Motion Picture Magazine, 1916)

Charlie Chaplin and His Imposters  (Motion Picture Magazine, 1916)

Charlie Chaplin and His Imposters  (Motion Picture Magazine, 1916)

Charlie Chaplin and His Imposters  (Motion Picture Magazine, 1916)

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