Chaplin's novel manuscript found in archives

Manuscripts were found among 150,000 pages of actor's archives, which took film experts 12 years to ensemble.

    Charlie Chaplin is an icon of the film world but - almost thirty years after his death - he could now make a name for himself in another arena.

    A novella - or short novel - was discovered among his archives - taking film experts up to 12 years to put together, out of his 150,000. Now, it's been published.

    Al Jazeera's Alexi O'Brien has more

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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