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  1. Lesleykluchin January 15, 2019 / 8:57 am

    Great quote. I loved Chaplin and studied him in college while taking theatre classes. That song from that movie was actually released in 1928 and remastered in the 40’s. I believe they added the whole recording in the late 60’s. I just needed to clarify being a movie and theatre buff. Plus playing guitar in the 60’ music was totally different. In 1969 Jimi Hendrix was playing guitar with his teeth and Woodstock happened in August of 1969. I also got married in a mini skirt in September of 1969. So for younger people, this is not the music of the 60’s. But the late 60’s was indeed a rebirth and appreciation of the treasure that once was Chaplin. Thanks for reminding me to look up!

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    • Chelsea Owens January 15, 2019 / 9:02 am

      Thanks for the background information on the movie, Lesley. I wondered about all of that, but the paragraph about it says that they had recorded it as part of a remastered version. It said something about there being another vocalist to sing it, but they liked Chaplin’s voice better. The more you know I guess. 🙂


  2. tref January 15, 2019 / 10:10 pm

    A beautiful little song from one of the funniest movies ever made, The Circus. I always carry a copy with me when I substitute just in case there is time for a movie.

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