Charlie Chaplin : Chaplin: His Life and ArtDavid Robinson born 6 August in Lincoln is an English film critic and author. He is a former film critic for both the Financial Times and The Times and wrote the official biography of Charlie Chaplin. He was film critic of the Financial Times from to , before taking up the same post at The Times in He remained the paper's main film reviewer until around and a regular contributor until around From until , he was the Director of the Giornate del cinema muto silent film festival, which takes place in Pordenone , northern Italy every October.
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On the train journey to London he found everything different and irresistibly beautiful, the girls, the countryside — despite the parched grass and the new buildings — the crowds that waited at every station to see his train go by. His homecoming was a triumph hardly paralleled in the twentieth century apart from a few great royal or national events. From Waterloo to the Ritz the streets were thronged with people all waiting for a glimpse of their idol and a chance to cheer. What an opportunity for a politician to say something and to do something big! Then we approach, the tide comes up towards the gates of the hotel. They have been kept locked to prevent the crowd from demolishing the buliding.
It looks like this book is on our website emmabowey. Chaplin: His Life and Art By David Robinson At the time Robinson began working on his book, Chaplin's history and reputation were as snarled as many of his films; all of his shorts had been chopped up, re-edited, sped up, rescored, and generally allowed to deteriorate since the '20s. David Robinson's definitive and monumental biography of Charlie Chaplin, the greatest icon in the history of cinema, who lived one of the most dramatic rags to riches stories ever told.
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