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A Woman of Paris

The first film Charlie Chaplin wrote and directed, but didn't star in, was this melodrama of a French country girl whose search for love leads to tragedy. Edna Purviance, Adolphe Menjou and Carl Miller star.

Year: 1923
Genre: Comedy, Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Director: Charlie Chaplin
Starring: Edna Purviance, Adolphe Menjou
Duration: 78 Minutes
Rating: PG
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Location in store: Classic Slapstick (Charlie Chaplin)

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