Available on Warner Classic, the album is called "Chaplin
Unsurprisingly, there was a lot of love for Chaplin
back at Fratton Park - to the extent that Portsmouth fans were even chanting his name.
missed a penalty during his time at Portsmouth and although not costly on the day, given that Pompey were trailing 3-0 at Stevenage at the time, fans voted it as one of the worst penalty misses in the club's history after he chipped it down the middle straight into the goalkeeper's arms.
To his credit, though, Chaplin
was fully aware of the naff, somewhat cheesy stigma surrounding Christmas records.
In contrast, while today's lionization of Chaplin
's inspired poignancy that embraces the 19th-century sentimentality of a Charles Dickens remains, Keaton has been given a major upgrade.
6 The 1940s were a decade marked with controversy for Chaplin
, and his popularity declined rapidly.
He remains deadpan as Chaplin
takes the timepiece apart then hands the pieces back - but he worked with Chaplin
as late as 1931 when he appeared in City Lights.
While the pairing of Chaplin
and Churchill is fascinating enough as an exploration of the divide between public and private personae, it's the narrator who intrigues most.
"If you look at the end of his film credits, it's like 'Starring Charlie Chaplin
, directed by Charlie Chaplin
, produced by Charlie Chaplin
, written by Charlie Chaplin
In the letter to Chaplin
, penned by a Jack Hill, from Tamworth, he was accused of being a liar for claiming in his autobiography that he was born in London in 1889 - just four days before Adolf Hitler.
Pursuing Pc Dafydd Birch caught up with Chaplin
just five miles up the road when he pulled into a farmyard.
At the time, Charlie Chaplin
was one of the biggest stars in American cinema.