Roman Yaroslavtsev

Roman Yaroslavtsev

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Max Linder (1883-1925)  This French comedian turned to the cinema in 1905, creating the first widely popular comic character “Max”, an aristocratic, skirt-chasing boulevardier. Seriously wounded in the great war, he suffered from depression and experienced failure in the US. But in the early 20s and with Chaplin’s help, he made two classics in Hollywood, Seven Years Bad Luck and the Dumas parody,He killed himself in Paris aged 41

Max Linder, started about 1905 in film, and created a comedy character named "Max" who was a wealthy, skirt chasing man. Carlie Chaplin admired him greatly. After much success, he committed suicide in Paris at age

Charlie Chaplin at age 27, 1916 - http://cinema.vnronline.com/

A photographic portrait of Charlie Chaplin as a young man, Hollywood, taken around 1916 by an unknown photographer. Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin was an English comic actor and film producer and director of the silent film era.