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A silent comedy star whose legendary slapstick routines are recognisable to this day, Charles 'Charlie' Chaplin's My Autobiography is an incomparably vivid account of the life of one of the greatest filmmakers and comedians, with an introduction by David Robinson As a child, Charlie Chaplin was awed and inspired by the sight of glamorous vaudeville stars passing his home, and from then on he never lost his ambition to become an actor. Chaplin's film career as the Little Tramp adored by the whole world is the stuff of legend, but this frank autobiography shows another side. Born into a theatrical family, Chaplin's father died of drink while his mother, unable to bear the poverty, suffered from bouts of insanity. From a childhood of grinding poverty in the south London slums, Chaplin found an escape in his early debut on the music hall stage, followed by his lucky break in America, the founding of United Artists with D.W. Griffith and Douglas Fairbanks, the struggle to maintain artistic control over his work, the string of failed marriages, and his eventual exile from Hollywood after personal scandals and persecution for his left-wing politics during the McCarthy Era. Sir Charles 'Charlie' Chaplin (1895-1976) was born in Walworth, London. Best known for his work in silent film, his most famous role was The Little Tramp, a universally recognisable and iconic character who appeared in films such as The Kid (1921), The Gold Rush (1925) and City Lights (1931). His other films include Modern Times (1936), a commentary on the Great Depression, and The Great Dictator (1940), a satirical attack on Hitler and the Nazis. If you enjoyed My Autobiography, you might like Andy Warhol's The Philosophy of Andy Warhol, also available in Penguin Modern Classics. 'Tells so much about this curious, difficult man ... a wonderfully vivid imagination' The New York Times 'The only genius to come out of the movie industry' George Bernard Shaw

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“The best autobiography ever written by an actor. An astonishing work.” Chicago Tribune

“A moving picture of the hero himself. A truly fascinating book.”
The New York Times Book Review

“The most original, virile book about the theater in a long, long time.”
Atlantic Monthly

“It holds the reader entranced. Every page can be read with pleasure.”The Times (London)

“The crucial artist of the twentieth century.” The New Yorker

“Among the greatest geniuses of film.” —Roger Ebert

“Few men in this century in any field attained his stature with the public.” The New York Times

“Chaplin was not just ‘big,’ he was gigantic. In 1915, he burst onto a war-torn world bringing it the gift of comedy, laughter and relief while it was tearing itself apart through World War I. Over the next 25 years, through the Great Depression and the rise of Adolf Hitler, he stayed on the job. . . It is doubtful any individual has ever given more entertainment, pleasure and relief to so many human beings when they needed it the most.” —Martin Sieff

“For me, comedy begins with Charlie Chaplin. I know there were screen comedies before he came along . . . But none of them created a persona as unique or indelible as the Little Tramp, and no one could match his worldwide impact.” —Leonard Maltin

“For a star who made his fortune in the silent movies, Charlie Chaplin has a surprising way with words. His My Autobiography, published in 1964 and recently reissued, moves along at a quick clip, lit up throughout its many pages by bright anecdotes, easy humor, and a confident way with a good yarn.” Biographile --このテキストは、絶版本またはこのタイトルには設定されていない版型に関連付けられています。

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  • ペーパーバック: 576ページ
  • 出版社: Penguin Classic (2003/2/25)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0141011475
  • ISBN-13: 978-0141011479
  • 発売日: 2003/2/25
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In this Autobiography, Charlie Chaplin writes about 'Monsieur Verdoux'; 'However, I believe 'Monsieur Verdoux' is the cleverest and most brilliant film I have yet made.'
An artist is not always a good judge of his own work, but in this case Chaplin's judgment seems to me correct. Even so, I cannot help being surprised at the fact that he chose 'Monsieur Verdoux' as his most superb work, because I thought it more natural that he should have chosen 'The Gold Rush' or 'City Lights', in which his talent as a comedian was displayed more clearly than in 'Monsieur Verdoux'. This fact made me re
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投稿者 Baylee 投稿日 2013/2/8
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知らない人はいない、チャールズ・チャップリンの自伝です。
彼の少年時代や映画製作の裏話など、かなり盛りだくさん。
特に、彼の少年時代の話はまるで小説を読んでいるかのようでした。
チャップリンの映画を見たことがある人、また、この時代に興味のある人なら間違いなく読んで面白い本だと思います。
日本語版が廃盤になってしまっているのがとても残念です。
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5つ星のうち 3.0 Interesting But It Feels Incomplete 2016/4/12
投稿者 Drassie - (Amazon.com)
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I hesitated to review this book several weeks after I read it because I knew I wouldn't be able to give Chaplin 5 stars. He's an amazing author and the book is OK but as detailed as it was in certain areas, it felt incomplete in others. However, he shares some valuable information about his times, not just his personal life, which I'm grateful for and I could relate to some of his experiences 'cause certain things are universal. It's just that he spent a lot of time writing about women than was necessary. As someone who wanted lots of inside information about his life as well as his films, it was not balanced. But I learnt that there's a biographer that his wife showed certain materials to after his death and there's more information in his book than this one. For all who are interested, it's David Robinson's Chaplin: His Life and Art, which I can't wait to read. I still recommend this book to all because there's nothing like reading from him. It's priceless and has a personal touch that I wouldn't trade for anything in this world, but since it feels a bit incomplete I'll also recommend the book I mentioned earlier.
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5つ星のうち 2.0 Read More Like A Society Page 2016/7/17
投稿者 Amazon Customer - (Amazon.com)
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I'm an enormous Chaplin fan, so I anticipated widening my perspective on the supremely-talented artist. My perspective was widened, but not appreciably, and for that reason, I cannot rate the book any higher. Chaplin gives great detail about his impoverished boyhood, but slides into a long litany of the world's greats with whom he palavered once he'd made his impact. Names, names, and more names, but no real depth about what any of them meant to him (except Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford). Even his half-brother Sid gets short shrift. Therefore, to that extent, the book is very disappointing. Chaplin must have had reasons to bypass so much of what we fans would like to have been told. I don't pretend to know, but I will not be using the book for any reference or bothering to pick it up again.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Wonderful read 2016/5/26
投稿者 Amazon Customer - (Amazon.com)
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Charlie Chaplin takes you back to another place in time. I felt like an observer, on a movie set. I give any woman kudo' s for being able to live with him. He comes across as very self absorbed. Kids, he had eleven kids! They were like a footnote.
The maid and the butler got more of mention. I don't believe he
wanted to respect their privacy. But I'm glad I read it. Would do so again. This is really about old Hollywood and changes in the industry. I felt sorry for the silent actor's and actresses, who blew their money. Very few made the jump into talking film's. Or they were sabotaged. Studio head's didn't care, as long as they were making money.
5つ星のうち 5.0 Beautifully written! I enjoyed this book from start to finish. 5 stars! 2016/4/6
投稿者 Daisy S - (Amazon.com)
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After seeing the movie Chaplin (which was a superb movie), I decided to purchase this autobiography of Charlie Chaplin. Before I purchased this book, I had considered other books about Charlie Chaplin but they were not written by Charlie Chaplin. This book is warm and honest and I enjoyed it so much, it was hard to put it down.

This is a beautifully done autobiography of of a very special man Charlie Chaplin.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 What a wonderful book! I believe it was the first book ... 2015/4/28
投稿者 Strawberry Girl - (Amazon.com)
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What a wonderful book! I believe it was the first book to clarify his birth place (Walworth London England) and that Charles Spencer Chaplin was his real name. There were crazy rumors that he was born in France or that he was Jewish and that he actually had an outlandish foreign name. I think that this book is vital for anyone who likes Charlie Chaplin, or just old Hollywood in general. After all Chaplin was the most famous man on earth in the early 1900's. I also think that this book is sorely underrated, most likely because there are so many hundreds of books written about him, that his autobiography seems like just a minor step. But what's better than hearing his own account, own words and thoughts about his own life? No one knows him better than himself, and this book is definitely vital for any Chaplin lover.
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