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    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    [Georgia Hale was Lita Greys replacement on The Gold Rush. In the documentary series, Unknown Chaplin, (directed and written by film historians Kevin Brownlow and David Gill), Hale, in a 1980s interview states that she had idolised Chaplin since childhood and that the then-19-year-old actress and Chaplin began an affair that continued for several years, which she details in her memoir, Charlie Chaplin: Intimate Close-Ups. During production of Chaplins film City Lights in 1929–30, Hale, who by then was Chaplins closest companion, was called in to replace Virginia Cherrill as the flower girl. Seven minutes of test footage survives from this recasting, and is included on the 2003 DVD release of the film, but economics forced Chaplin to rehire Cherrill. In discussing the situation in Unknown Chaplin, Hale states that her relationship with Chaplin was as strong as ever during filming. Their romance apparently ended sometime after Chaplins return from his world tour in 1933]. – Wikipedia


    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Georgia Hale of Chicago, winner of the first prize in a moving-picture beauty contest. She will appear in Rupert Hughes film, [Law Against Law]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1935




    [Louise Brooks was a chorine in the Ziegfeld Follies when she met Chaplin. He had gone to New York for the opening there of The Gold Rush. For two months in the summer of 1925, the two cavorted together at the Ritz, and with film financier A.C. Blumenthal and Brooks fellow Ziegfeld girl Peggy Fears in Blumenthals penthouse suite at the Ambassador Hotel. Brooks was with Chaplin when he spent four hours watching a musician torture a violin in a Lower East Side restaurant, an act he would recreate in Limelight]. – Wikipedia


    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Louise Brooks (1900–1985), a Paramount player, relaxes in her house with a couple of soft toys. (Photo by Eugene Robert Richee/Getty Images). 1927




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Louise Brooks on a trapeze which she had fitted into her Hollywood home. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images). 1925




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Louise Brooks with a baby koala bear. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images). Circa 1928




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    James Hall (1900–1940), American leading man of the early talkie period, playing marbles on the film lot with some colleagues, namely Louise Brooks, Nancy Phillips, Doris Hill and Josephine Dunn. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1927




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Louise Brooks, the Paramount player, relaxes in her garden. She is wearing a printed georgette frock with a white chiffon collar and cuffs, and a row of white pearl buttons down the front. (Photo by Margaret Chute/Getty Images)




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Louise Brooks relaxes in her garden with her sister June at tea time. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1925




    [Paulette Goddard: Chaplin and actress Goddard were involved in a romantic and professional relationship between 1932 and 1940, with Goddard living with Chaplin in his Beverly Hills home for most of this time. Chaplin gave her starring roles in Modern Times and The Great Dictator. Refusal to clarify their marital status is often claimed to have eliminated Goddard from final consideration for the role of Scarlett OHara in Gone with the Wind. After the relationship ended in 1940, Chaplin and Goddard made public statements that they had been secretly married in 1936; but these claims were likely a mutual effort to prevent any lasting damage to Goddards career. In any case, their relationship ended amicably in 1942, with Goddard being granted a settlement. Goddard went on to a major career in films at Paramount in the 1940s, working several times with Cecil B. DeMille. Like Chaplin, she lived her later life in Switzerland, dying in 1990]. – Wikipedia


    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    English film actor and director Charlie Chaplin (1889–1977) shares a domestic supper with US actress Paulette Goddard (1911–1990) in a scene from the film [Modern Times], directed by Chaplin. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    American actress Paulette Goddard, the leading lady in the new Charlie Chaplin film [Modern Times] and wife of Chaplin from 1935 to 1942. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1934




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 17th May 1947




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1940




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    American actress Paulette Goddard wearing an applique skirt and top. (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Getty Images). 17th May 1947




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1936




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paulette Goddard, born Marion Levy, American leading lady and wife to Charles Chaplin, Burgess Meredith and Erich Remarque. She is at an event with Carlitta Garrity. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1935




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Comedy [Modern Times]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1936




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    British comedian and director Charles Chaplin and actress Paulette Goddard, to whom he was married for seven years, star with beefy actor Henry Bergman (1868–1946) in the comedy [Modern Times], directed by Chaplin. (Photo by Max Munn Autrey/Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1936




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Comedy [Modern Times]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1936




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1935




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Tim Durant rumoured to be married to Paulette Goddard is seen with her and Charles Chaplin, at the Brown Derby Restaurant. Paulette Goddard (born Pauline Marion Goddard Levy, 1911–1990) American leading lady and wife of Charles Chaplin, Burgess Meredith and Erich Remarque. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1935




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1942




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Charles Chaplin and Paulette Goddard star in the United Artists film [The Great Dictator], a comedy of mistaken indentity directed by Chaplin himself. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1940




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin with former wife actress Paulette Goddard at the Brown Derby Cafe. The two were divorced in 1942. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). March 1950




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paulette Goddard and Mary Boland (1880–1965) in a scene from [The Women], a film about New York socialites directed by George Cukor for MGM. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1939




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1935




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    American film stars Paulette Goddard and husband Burgess Meredith signing autographs outside their London hotel. (Photo by Fred Ramage/Keystone/Getty Images). 13th March 1947




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paul Lukas (1895–1971), Paulette Goddard and Pedro de Cordoba (1881–1950) star in the comedy-horror [The Ghost Breakers], directed by George Marshall and produced by Paramount Pictures. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1940




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    [The Ghost Breakers]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1940




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Actress Paulette Goddard in the front row at the Freddie Mills-Gus Lesnevich boxing match. (Photo by Express/Express/Getty Images). 15th May 1946




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Actress Rosalind Russell joking with Paulette Goddard as she has her make-up done during filming of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer comedy [The Women]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1939




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    From left to right, Norma Shearer, Joan Fontaine, Rosalind Russell, Paulette Goddard and Mary Boland in a scene from [The Women], a film about a group of New York socialites. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1939




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Script girls stand by as Hungarian-born British film director and producer Alexander Korda (1893–1956) explains the next sequence to Paulette Goddard and Hugh Williams during the filming of Oscar Wildes play [An Ideal Husband]. (Photo by George Konig/Keystone Features/Getty Images). 23rd August 1946




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    American actress Paulette Goddard with her husband, American actor Burgess Meredith in a London pub. (Photo by George Stroud/Express/Getty Images). 6th June 1947




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Charlie Chaplin with his wife the actress Paulette Goddard, at Broadway, New York. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 26th October 1940




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1940




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    American comedian Bob Hope (1903–2003) uses his putter as a pool cue for a tricky shot during a golf tournament staged for Army and Navy relief at the Wiltshire Country Club, 16th January 1943. On the left, American actress Paulette Goddard keeps score. (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Charlie Chaplin attends to the hair of leading lady Paulette Goddard on the set of Chaplins film [Modern Times], on location in Ventura, California, 1935. The film was produced as a silent, with sound effects added in post-production. In the background is cinematographer Roland Totheroh (1890–1967, second from right). (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Charlie Chaplin with American actress Paulette Goddard, circa 1935. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Charlie Chaplin with Paulette Goddard and British tennis player Fred Perry (1909–1995, right), circa 1935. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Charlie Chaplin with American actress Paulette Goddard and writer Konrad Bercovici (1882–1961), Hollywood, circa 1935. Bercovici collaborated with Chaplin on the screenplay for [The Great Dictator], but later sued, claiming he had not received due credit or payment. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




    Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


    Charlie Chaplin with American actress Paulette Goddard, circa 1935. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)



    PART I



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Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


[Georgia Hale was Lita Greys replacement on The Gold Rush. In the documentary series, Unknown Chaplin, (directed and written by film historians Kevin Brownlow and David Gill), Hale, in a 1980s interview states that she had idolised Chaplin since childhood and that the then-19-year-old actress and Chaplin began an affair that continued for several years, which she details in her memoir, Charlie Chaplin: Intimate Close-Ups. During production of Chaplins film City Lights in 1929–30, Hale, who by then was Chaplins closest companion, was called in to replace Virginia Cherrill as the flower girl. Seven minutes of test footage survives from this recasting, and is included on the 2003 DVD release of the film, but economics forced Chaplin to rehire Cherrill. In discussing the situation in Unknown Chaplin, Hale states that her relationship with Chaplin was as strong as ever during filming. Their romance apparently ended sometime after Chaplins return from his world tour in 1933]. – Wikipedia


Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Georgia Hale of Chicago, winner of the first prize in a moving-picture beauty contest. She will appear in Rupert Hughes film, [Law Against Law]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1935




[Louise Brooks was a chorine in the Ziegfeld Follies when she met Chaplin. He had gone to New York for the opening there of The Gold Rush. For two months in the summer of 1925, the two cavorted together at the Ritz, and with film financier A.C. Blumenthal and Brooks fellow Ziegfeld girl Peggy Fears in Blumenthals penthouse suite at the Ambassador Hotel. Brooks was with Chaplin when he spent four hours watching a musician torture a violin in a Lower East Side restaurant, an act he would recreate in Limelight]. – Wikipedia


Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Louise Brooks (1900–1985), a Paramount player, relaxes in her house with a couple of soft toys. (Photo by Eugene Robert Richee/Getty Images). 1927




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Louise Brooks on a trapeze which she had fitted into her Hollywood home. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images). 1925




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Louise Brooks with a baby koala bear. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images). Circa 1928




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


James Hall (1900–1940), American leading man of the early talkie period, playing marbles on the film lot with some colleagues, namely Louise Brooks, Nancy Phillips, Doris Hill and Josephine Dunn. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1927




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Louise Brooks, the Paramount player, relaxes in her garden. She is wearing a printed georgette frock with a white chiffon collar and cuffs, and a row of white pearl buttons down the front. (Photo by Margaret Chute/Getty Images)




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Louise Brooks relaxes in her garden with her sister June at tea time. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1925




[Paulette Goddard: Chaplin and actress Goddard were involved in a romantic and professional relationship between 1932 and 1940, with Goddard living with Chaplin in his Beverly Hills home for most of this time. Chaplin gave her starring roles in Modern Times and The Great Dictator. Refusal to clarify their marital status is often claimed to have eliminated Goddard from final consideration for the role of Scarlett OHara in Gone with the Wind. After the relationship ended in 1940, Chaplin and Goddard made public statements that they had been secretly married in 1936; but these claims were likely a mutual effort to prevent any lasting damage to Goddards career. In any case, their relationship ended amicably in 1942, with Goddard being granted a settlement. Goddard went on to a major career in films at Paramount in the 1940s, working several times with Cecil B. DeMille. Like Chaplin, she lived her later life in Switzerland, dying in 1990]. – Wikipedia


Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


English film actor and director Charlie Chaplin (1889–1977) shares a domestic supper with US actress Paulette Goddard (1911–1990) in a scene from the film [Modern Times], directed by Chaplin. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


American actress Paulette Goddard, the leading lady in the new Charlie Chaplin film [Modern Times] and wife of Chaplin from 1935 to 1942. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1934




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 17th May 1947




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1940




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


American actress Paulette Goddard wearing an applique skirt and top. (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Getty Images). 17th May 1947




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1936




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paulette Goddard, born Marion Levy, American leading lady and wife to Charles Chaplin, Burgess Meredith and Erich Remarque. She is at an event with Carlitta Garrity. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1935




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Comedy [Modern Times]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1936




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


British comedian and director Charles Chaplin and actress Paulette Goddard, to whom he was married for seven years, star with beefy actor Henry Bergman (1868–1946) in the comedy [Modern Times], directed by Chaplin. (Photo by Max Munn Autrey/Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1936




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Comedy [Modern Times]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1936




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1935




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Tim Durant rumoured to be married to Paulette Goddard is seen with her and Charles Chaplin, at the Brown Derby Restaurant. Paulette Goddard (born Pauline Marion Goddard Levy, 1911–1990) American leading lady and wife of Charles Chaplin, Burgess Meredith and Erich Remarque. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1935




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1942




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Charles Chaplin and Paulette Goddard star in the United Artists film [The Great Dictator], a comedy of mistaken indentity directed by Chaplin himself. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1940




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin with former wife actress Paulette Goddard at the Brown Derby Cafe. The two were divorced in 1942. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). March 1950




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paulette Goddard and Mary Boland (1880–1965) in a scene from [The Women], a film about New York socialites directed by George Cukor for MGM. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1939




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1935




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


American film stars Paulette Goddard and husband Burgess Meredith signing autographs outside their London hotel. (Photo by Fred Ramage/Keystone/Getty Images). 13th March 1947




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paul Lukas (1895–1971), Paulette Goddard and Pedro de Cordoba (1881–1950) star in the comedy-horror [The Ghost Breakers], directed by George Marshall and produced by Paramount Pictures. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1940




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


[The Ghost Breakers]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1940




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Actress Paulette Goddard in the front row at the Freddie Mills-Gus Lesnevich boxing match. (Photo by Express/Express/Getty Images). 15th May 1946




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Actress Rosalind Russell joking with Paulette Goddard as she has her make-up done during filming of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer comedy [The Women]. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1939




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


From left to right, Norma Shearer, Joan Fontaine, Rosalind Russell, Paulette Goddard and Mary Boland in a scene from [The Women], a film about a group of New York socialites. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1939




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Script girls stand by as Hungarian-born British film director and producer Alexander Korda (1893–1956) explains the next sequence to Paulette Goddard and Hugh Williams during the filming of Oscar Wildes play [An Ideal Husband]. (Photo by George Konig/Keystone Features/Getty Images). 23rd August 1946




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


American actress Paulette Goddard with her husband, American actor Burgess Meredith in a London pub. (Photo by George Stroud/Express/Getty Images). 6th June 1947




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Charlie Chaplin with his wife the actress Paulette Goddard, at Broadway, New York. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 26th October 1940




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Paulette Goddard. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). 1940




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


American comedian Bob Hope (1903–2003) uses his putter as a pool cue for a tricky shot during a golf tournament staged for Army and Navy relief at the Wiltshire Country Club, 16th January 1943. On the left, American actress Paulette Goddard keeps score. (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Charlie Chaplin attends to the hair of leading lady Paulette Goddard on the set of Chaplins film [Modern Times], on location in Ventura, California, 1935. The film was produced as a silent, with sound effects added in post-production. In the background is cinematographer Roland Totheroh (1890–1967, second from right). (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Charlie Chaplin with American actress Paulette Goddard, circa 1935. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Charlie Chaplin with Paulette Goddard and British tennis player Fred Perry (1909–1995, right), circa 1935. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Charlie Chaplin with American actress Paulette Goddard and writer Konrad Bercovici (1882–1961), Hollywood, circa 1935. Bercovici collaborated with Chaplin on the screenplay for [The Great Dictator], but later sued, claiming he had not received due credit or payment. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II




Beloveds Charlie Chaplin. Part II


Charlie Chaplin with American actress Paulette Goddard, circa 1935. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)



PART I



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