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Chaplin believed his first influence to be his mother, who would entertain him as a child by sitting at the window and mimicking passers-by: "it was through watching her that I learned not only how to express emotions with my hands and face, but also how to observe and study people."

Chaplin believed his first influence to be his mother, who would entertain him as a child by sitting at the window and mimicking passers-by: "it was through watching her that I learned not only how to express emotions with my hands and face, but also how to observe and study people."

Blackadder looks positively beautiful in this work by William Adolphe Bouguereau. | 11 Art Masterpieces Improved By Mr Bean

Blackadder looks positively beautiful in this work by William Adolphe Bouguereau.

Blackadder looks positively beautiful in this work by William Adolphe Bouguereau. | 11 Art Masterpieces Improved By Mr Bean

A notorious perfectionist, Chaplin long held the record for number of takes for a single scene (342!) and oversaw every aspect of his productions personally. He wrote, produced, directed and wrote the music for most of his films in addition to starring in all but two of them--in A Woman of Paris (1923) and A Countess from Hong Kong (1967) he only appeared in Hitchcock-esque cameos as a railroad porter and a seasick ocean liner steward, respectively.

A notorious perfectionist, Chaplin long held the record for number of takes for a single scene (342!) and oversaw every aspect of his productions personally. He wrote, produced, directed and wrote the music for most of his films in addition to starring in all but two of them--in A Woman of Paris (1923) and A Countess from Hong Kong (1967) he only appeared in Hitchcock-esque cameos as a railroad porter and a seasick ocean liner steward, respectively.

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