Chaplin Today: The Kid Trailer

Chaplin Today: The Kid Trailer (2003)

02 March 2003 Factual, TV Movie 26 mins

This documentary is featured on the 2-Disc Chaplin Collection DVD for The Kid (1921), released in 2004.

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Cast

Amir Abbas

as Himself

Reza Hachemi

as Himself

Crew

Marie-Laure Lesage

Marie-Laure Lesage Executive Producer

Martine Saada

Martine Saada Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

France 02 March 2003

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