A King in New York
A King in New York
A King in New York
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A King in New York

Charles Chaplin United Kingdom, 1957

Forced out of the U.S. in 1952, Charlie Chaplin lashed back with this scathing satire of everything American—from McCarthyist witch hunts to CinemaScope and rock and roll—as he played his last full role, as a deposed and impoverished monarch seeking refuge in Manhattan (though the film was shot in the United Kingdom).

Synopsis courtesy of the Film Forum repertory calendar.


  • 110 min
  • B&W


  • 35mm

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