Sydney Chaplin
Stage and film actor
Sydney Chaplin
Sydney Earle Chaplin was a film and theatre actor.
Biography
Sydney Chaplin's personal information overview.
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News
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ARTS, BRIEFLY; Bobby Cannavale Joins 'Funny Girl' Revival
NYTimes - over 5 years
The actor Bobby Cannavale, a Tony Award nominee last spring for the biting play ''The ------------------------ With the Hat,'' will make his musical theater debut this winter in the Broadway-bound revival of ''Funny Girl'' as the con man Nick Arnstein, starring opposite Lauren Ambrose as the comedian Fanny Brice, the production announced on
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Karl Vaughan's Back in Time: Laying foundations in Market Square for electric ... - Aylesbury Today
Google News - over 5 years
... and Son. l 'Pictures' at Aylesbury Market Theatre included the comedies, Giddy, Gay And Ticklish (starring Charlie Chaplin's half-brother Sydney Chaplin) and Mike And The Zeppelin Raid and the drama, Fight For Life. l A second-hand furniture van,
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10 Best Italian Spy Movies - Screen Junkies
Google News - over 5 years
This espionage film has an unlikely hero—a newspaper reporter who gets caught up in a world of conspirators, diamond heists, and murder. Claudio Brook, Daniela Bianchi, and Sydney Chaplin star in the movie
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Blu-ray Review: 'The Great Dictator' (Criterion Collection) - RopeofSilicon.com
Google News - over 5 years
Additionally, there's a look at a 1921 barbershop short directed by Chaplin's half-brother, Sydney Chaplin, called King, Queen, Joker, which features Sydney playing dual roles. The short served as an obvious influence on a similar scene in The Great
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The Great Dictator Blu-ray Review - Bigpicturebigsound.com
Google News - almost 6 years
King, Queen, Joker is a 1921 short starring half-brother Sydney Chaplin, newly edited from the only known elements, presented for its bearing on The Great Dictator. In fact, there's also a roughly-two-minute feature, "Two Shaves," that intercuts scenes
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Betty Garrett Dies at 91; Antsy Cabby in 'On the Town'
NYTimes - about 6 years
Betty Garrett, the brassy comic actress who played Frank Sinatra's ardent, taxi-driving pursuer in the movie ''On the Town,'' Archie Bunker's liberal foil of a neighbor in ''All in the Family'' and a sardonic landlady in ''Laverne & Shirley,'' died on Saturday in Los Angeles. She was 91. The cause was an aortic aneurysm, her son Andrew Parks said.
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Broadway Bound and Also Unbound
NYTimes - over 6 years
Dates are subject to change. SEPTEMBER ME, MYSELF & I When the early days of a new theater season start off with an Edward Albee comedy it's obvious that the bar is being set on the high side. Mr. Albee's delight in language takes the absurdist route here with a pair of identical 28-year-old twins named OTTO and otto (their last name is not
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Corrections
NYTimes - almost 8 years
A picture caption last Sunday with an obituary about Sydney Chaplin, an actor who was a son of Charlie Chaplin, misstated the setting of the photograph. It showed Mr. Chaplin, the actress Judy Holliday and the choreographer Jerome Robbins at a rehearsal for the musical ''Bells Are Ringing''; the picture was not of a scene from the show.
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Sydney Chaplin, 82, Actor Successful in His Own Right
NYTimes - almost 8 years
Sydney Chaplin, who emerged from the shadow of his famous father, Charlie Chaplin, to carve out a successful stage career that included leading roles opposite Judy Holliday in the musical ''Bells Are Ringing,'' and Barbra Streisand in ''Funny Girl,'' died on Tuesday at his home in Rancho Mirage, Calif. He was 82. His death followed a stroke, Jerry
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Mary Printz, 82, an Ear for the Famous
NYTimes - almost 8 years
A long, long time ago, before the BlackBerry, before the fax machine, even before the answering machine, busy people relied on answering services to get messages from family, friends and clients. In rooms all over America, rows of women -- for they were nearly always women -- sat day and night at blinking, buzzing switchboards and plugging in,
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Betty Comden, Half of Writing Duo Behind Musicals of Grace and Wit, Dies at 89
NYTimes - about 10 years
Betty Comden, who with her longtime collaborator Adolph Green wrote the lyrics and often the librettos for some of the most celebrated musicals of stage and screen, died yesterday in Manhattan. She was 89 and lived in Manhattan. The cause was heart failure, said Ronald Konecky, her lawyer and the executor of her estate. During a professional
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The Listings: Sept. 15 - Sept. 21; 'MUSICALS ON TELEVISION'
NYTimes - over 10 years
Anything Ethel Merman can do, Mary Martin can do better. Even if you don't believe that -- and what real musical theater fan would? -- it's still worth seeing Ms. Martin's different interpretation of the title role of ''Annie Get Your Gun'' in a 1957 production being presented in a series at the Museum of Television & Radio this weekend. A
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Comden and Green's Office. They're on Broadway. Any Message?
NYTimes - almost 16 years
The last time ''Bells Are Ringing'' opened on Broadway, in 1956, a pay phone cost a nickel, the Internet wasn't wired, and you certainly did not have to remind theatergoers to turn off their cell phones before the show. Of course much has changed between the first Broadway ''Bells'' and its second incarnation, which opens tonight at the Plymouth
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MOVIES THIS WEEK
NYTimes - over 21 years
Some of the choice films on television this week are sleepers. Hollywood isn't depicted as the usual jaded jungle in Jack Sher's FOUR GIRLS IN TOWN (1956). The sensible, balanced tone of this unpretentious yarn about aspiring starlets was a mild jolt back then; it's a nice surprise now. The appealing quartet are Elsa Martinelli, Julie Adams,
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Review/Film; Robert Downey Jr. in Charlie Chaplin Life Story
NYTimes - about 24 years
"Chaplin," the screen biography of Charlie Chaplin, is the film you might have seen in your fearful mind's eye when it was announced as the next project for Richard Attenborough, the English director of "Oh! What a Lovely War," "Young Winston" and "Gandhi." "Chaplin" is thorough. It begins when Charlie is 5 in a London music hall and plows through
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Lives of a Backstage Dresser
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: During his nearly 50 years in the theater, Harry Edwards has worked with Sir Noel Coward, Sir Laurence Olivier, Rex Harrison, Marlon Brando, Judy Holliday, Richard Burton, Barbra Streisand, Jim Dale and Jason Robards. But he has never been on stage with them. During his nearly 50 years in the theater, Harry Edwards has worked with Sir Noel
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THEATER; 'BROADWAY JOE' IS NOW 'BOARDWALK JOE'
NYTimes - over 31 years
IF ''Bells Are Ringing,'' the 1956 Jule Styne-Betty Comden-Adolph Green musical at the Claridge Hotel-Casino, is being presented and promoted as a Joe Namath vehicle, do not fault Mr. Namath. Clearly, the former football star's fans clamor to see him, apparently in anything. Clearly, too, he has seriously studied singing, dancing and acting, even
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Sydney Chaplin
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2009
    Age 82
    He died of stroke on March 3, 2009, at the age of 82.
    More Details Hide Details He was survived by his second wife, Margaret Beebe, his son Stephan, and a granddaughter Tamara.
  • 2002
    Age 75
    Notable exceptions were his attendance at the Cineteca di Bologna festival—I Cinema Ritrovato—which mounted a fiftieth anniversary screening of Limelight held in 2002 as well as his appearances at Cinecon (held in Los Angeles) in 1998 and the San Francisco Silent Film Festival in 2004 where he spoke after screenings of his father’s film The Circus to promote film historian Jeffrey Vance’s Chaplin books.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1957
    Age 30
    After serving in the United States Army in the Second World War in Europe, Chaplin turned to acting both on stage and in films. He was one of the founding members of the Circle Players at The Circle Theater, now known as El Centro Theatre, and appeared in several Broadway productions, including Bells Are Ringing opposite Judy Holliday in 1957, for which he won Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical, and Funny Girl opposite Barbra Streisand in 1964, for which he was nominated for a Tony Award.
    More Details Hide Details Chaplin also appeared in supporting roles in two of his father's films, Limelight (1952) and A Countess from Hong Kong (1967). Through his first marriage to Noëlle Adam, he had one son named Stephan (born 1960). Chaplin retired from acting in the 1970s, and in the 1980s owned and managed a restaurant, Chaplin's, in Palm Springs, California. Chaplin helped complete and publish Wife of the Life of the Party, the autobiography of his mother Lita Grey, and shared his own history and private thoughts on his parents in the book’s foreword. He seldom indulged in public appearances promoting his father’s legacy.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1926
    Born
    Born on March 30, 1926.
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