The acclaimed Silent-Era classic "A Woman of Paris" is Chaplin's first drama (a genre he visited again in Limelight). Directing with keen-eyed finesse and appearing in only a bit role, Chaplin jabs at French high society while telling a tale of tragic love. The early Chaplin. The later Chaplin.
Introduction by David Robinson: Chaplin's biographer discusses the historical and cinematic context of the film
Chaplin Today: A Woman of Paris: Documentary by Mathias Ledoux with the participation of the Norwegian film actress and director Liv Ullmann
Deleted shots: Scenes cut by Chaplin from the film when he composed the musical score for the film's reissue
United Artists: Signing the contract creating United Artists: Charles Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and D.W. Griffith
Paris in the'20s: Images of the French capital in the Roaring Twenties, the setting and the period of the film's story
Camille (1926): An amateur movie by Ralph Barton based on La Dame aux Camelias and featuring numerous personalities of the New York (and visiting) intelligentsia of the time, including Anita Loos, Paul Robeson, Sinclair Lewis, Ethel Barrymore, Sacha Guitry, Yvonne Printemps and Charles Chaplin
Photo gallery: Photos of the production, sets and the star, Edna Purviance
The Chaplin Collection
Parental Guidance - general viewing but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children
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