Triple Threat

Announcing the appearance of the latest Sight & Sound, with three little pieces in it by me, might seem to break the flow of Chaplin Week, which just got started yesterday.

But NO — while one piece deals with the legendary — and still going strong — Teruyo Nogami, Akira Kurosawa’s right-hand woman, the other two actually continue the Chaplin theme. One is a profile of the late, great Norman Lloyd, who acted for Chaplin and, better yet, played tennis with him. The other covers Charles D. Hall, Chaplin’s great production designer, and the subject of ONGOING STUDIES here at Shadowplay.

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