Chaplin Vs. Amador

Charlie Chaplin

This photograph was used as evidence in Chaplin’s lawsuit against imitator Charles Amador in 1925.  Charlie accused Amador, who called himself “Charlie Aplin”, of stealing his material including costume and props. Chaplin won the case. “Charlie” was unique and he was Chaplin’s property.

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