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Charles Chaplin 'Zepped' Found

Charles Chaplin in ZeppedIn the Chicago Tribune, Michael Phillips reports that a long-thought lost Charles Chaplin film has been accidentally found after a film collector made an eBay bid on a nitrate film canister.

Phillips explains that “the footage turned out to be the obscure Chaplin short [Zepped], a World War I propaganda effort designed to buck up British morale, combining stop-motion animation and outtakes and unused alternate shots from films Chaplin made for both Keystone and Essanay studios.

“The hybrid, over which Chaplin apparently exercised no creative control, includes a shot or two from His New Job, the short film Chaplin made for the Chicago-based Essanay during his 23-day residency here in late 1914 and early 1915.”


         
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  1. HNG

    Clever title for a Chaplin film. Too bad Chaplin didn't have much if anything to do with the film itself.