The Sea Gull (aka “A Woman Of The Sea”) was a film that was produced by Chaplin and filmed at his studio in 1926. It was directed by Josef Von Sternberg and starred Edna Purviance in her final film role in America (she made one more film in France in 1927, which was never released in the U.S.) Since Chaplin owned "The Sea Gull", he chose, for reasons unknown, not to release it. In 1933, the film was burned for tax purposes.
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