Chaplin Today: Limelight Trailer

Chaplin Today: Limelight Trailer (2003)

01 July 2003 Factual, TV Movie 27 mins

A short documentary about the making of Chaplin's 'Limelight'.

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Cast

Claire Bloom

as Herself

Sydney Chaplin

as Himself

Crew

Marie-Laure Lesage

Marie-Laure Lesage Executive Producer

Martine Saada

Martine Saada Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 July 2003

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