Charlie Chaplin's London home demolished on film
A film, made in 1966, about Charlie Chaplin's life in London has had its first public screening.
Film-makers Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell captured the moment when the actor's childhood home was demolished.
The film and memorabilia collected by the film-makers is on show at an exhibition at the University of Exeter.
John Henderson reports.
This report contains British Pathe footage.
Contributors to this report include Peter Jewell and Dan North, Film Studies Lecturer, University of Exeter.
26 Sep 2011
- From the section Entertainment & Arts