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Charlie Chaplin
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2012, 12:23:18 »
Charlie Chaplin was a good friend of Winston Churchill and often came to Kent at times stopping in Churchills home at Chartwell near Westerham. Churchill wrote about him saying "You could not help liking him.He is a marvellous comedian, bolshy in politics and delightful in conversation. He is still out to prove that the silent drama or pantomime is superior to the new talkies.


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