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25th Nov '15 1:17:03 AM Ominae
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* TrickedIntoSigning: An autograph request is used to trick King Shahdov into attending his hearing at the HUAC tribunal.
21st Feb '14 12:56:23 AM m8e
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A 1957 comedy film written, directed by and starring CharlieChaplin. It is his last starring role, made after his re-entry into the United States was refused because of his political affiliations.

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A 1957 comedy film written, directed by and starring CharlieChaplin.Creator/CharlieChaplin. It is his last starring role, made after his re-entry into the United States was refused because of his political affiliations.
2nd Feb '14 6:38:31 AM kchishol
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Along the way, he makes friends with a precocious boy, Rupert, whose parents former communists who are incited for contempt of congress for refusing to cooperate in House Congressional committees. When Shahdov is discovered sheltering the boy after he was found cold and lost after running away from school, the King himself is subpoenaed to the committee.

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Along the way, he makes friends with a precocious boy, Rupert, whose parents are former communists who are incited for contempt of congress for refusing to cooperate in House Congressional committees. When Shahdov is discovered sheltering the boy after he was found cold and lost after running away from school, the King himself is subpoenaed to the committee.



* TakeThat: Chaplin's ribbing of the America that rejected with his hosing down the House committee being most obvious.

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* TakeThat: Chaplin's ribbing of the America that rejected him with his hosing down the House committee being most obvious.
15th Jun '13 8:53:36 AM eroock
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* TakeThat: Chaplin's ribbing of the America that rejected with his hosing down the House committee being most obvious.

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* TakeThat: Chaplin's ribbing of the America that rejected with his hosing down the House committee being most obvious.obvious.
* WiseBeyondTheirYears: Rupert.
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15th Jun '13 8:52:51 AM eroock
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16th May '13 6:39:54 AM kchishol
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* {{Anvilicious}}: The film's politics are never subtle when Rupert starts pontificating.
14th Mar '13 3:56:54 AM kchishol
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The film was initially denied American distribution for being a TakeThat to America, it would later a LoveItOrHateIt as either a very personal satire of 1950s America, or a weak {{Anvilicious}} of an great film maker past his prime.

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The film was initially denied American distribution for being a TakeThat to America, it would later a LoveItOrHateIt as either a very personal satire of 1950s America, or a weak {{Anvilicious}} work of an a great film maker past his prime.
14th Mar '13 3:56:09 AM kchishol
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* HauledBeforeASenateSubCommittee: The King faces his ordeal, but gets to humiliate them by accident.

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* HauledBeforeASenateSubCommittee: The King faces his this ordeal, but gets to humiliate them by accident.
13th Mar '13 7:34:42 PM kchishol
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A 1957 comedy film written, directed by and starring CharlieChaplin. It is his last starring role, made after his re-entry into the United States was refused because his political affiliations.

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A 1957 comedy film written, directed by and starring CharlieChaplin. It is his last starring role, made after his re-entry into the United States was refused because of his political affiliations.
13th Mar '13 7:34:11 PM kchishol
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The film was initially denied distribution for being a TakeThat to America, it would later a LoveItOrHateIt as either a very personal satire of 1950s America, or a weak {{Anvilicious}} of an great film maker past his prime.

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The film was initially denied American distribution for being a TakeThat to America, it would later a LoveItOrHateIt as either a very personal satire of 1950s America, or a weak {{Anvilicious}} of an great film maker past his prime.
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