The London Film Museum opens its latest exhibition, Charlie Chaplin - The Great Londoner. Visitors discover new insights into the life and career of Charles Chaplin, the boy from the London slums who won fame with his screen character of the Tramp, and went on to become a Knight of the British Empire. The exhibition has been produced by Jonathan Sands, founder of the London Film Museum, and devised by Leslie Hardcastle, creator of the prizewinning Museum of the Moving Image (1989-1998), in collaboration with David Robinson, Chaplin's biographer. The exhibition tells Chaplin's story in six main sections, evoking consecutive phases of his dramatic rise from rags to riches.
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