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Charles Chaplin (born 1899) debuted in 1914, and has since participated in no less than 84 films. His most famous performances were in 'The Tramp', 'Limelight' and 'The Great Dictator', which makes fun of Adolf Hitler. Chaplin lived to be 88 years old, and died in 1977. His body was stolen from the graveyard, but was recovered 2 weeks later. Charles Chaplin was married four times.
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