A Woman of Paris
A Woman of Paris
A Woman of Paris
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A Woman of Paris

Charles Chaplin United States, 1923

“The first serious drama written and directed by myself,” goes the opening title. For his premiere United Artists release, Charlie Chaplin chose a sophisticated drama sans himself (apart from a heavily disguised cameo), with his frequent leading lady Edna Purviance as the eponymous femme kept by rich philanderer Adolphe Menjou.

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  • 35mm

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