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Name: BBC The Mark Steel Lectures Series 1 to 3 14of18 Charlie Chaplin [PDTV XviD MP3]
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Details: Mark Steel Lectures: Series 1 to 3

Biography Documentary hosted by Mark Steel, published by BBC in 2003-2006 - English narration



Mark Steel Lectures: Series 1 to 3
Irreverent yet accurate, Mark Steele takes people who have made a mark in history (or at least are mentioned often enough that their names are familiar) and gives you the highlights of their lives in a way that makes you remember the important bits. If you are looking for fun and history at the same time, these lectures are worth your time and investment--still worth the investment if you are just looking for great laughs!

14) Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin was born in 1889, his father, an alcoholic singer, left when Charlie was very young; leaving his mother to bring him and his brother up in tiny rented rooms. Soon she fell ill and the family were forced into the Lambeth Workhouse - an experience which left an indelible impression on the young boy. Music Hall was his saviour; its rise in popularity was accelerated when the working week in factories was reduced to 60 hours and a teenage Charlie discovered his abilities as a natural clown. Whilst touring America in 1912 with Fred Karno's Music Hall Company, Chaplin was spotted by Mack Sennet, creator of the Keystone Kops and was offered a job. Join Mark as he charts Chaplin's course through 20th century history, how through the initial success of the Little Tramp character he managed to negotiate the right to direct his own films and how this character came to be seen as a symbol of resistance to the regimented rules of modern society. He transformed the way comedy films were made, taking control of every aspect of the production process; he taught himself to read music so he could write his own film scores; He even insisted on having a pool of 21 trained studio dogs, all of whom were well versed in the art of comic timing....

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* Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG-4
* Video Bitrate: 1537 kbps
* Video Resolution: 720 x 416
* Video Aspect Ratio: (16:9)
* Frames Per Second: 25
* Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
* Audio Bitrate: 128 kb/s MP3 48000 Hz)
* Audio Streams: 2
* Audio Languages: English
* RunTime Per Part: 30mins
* Number Of Parts: 18
* Part Size: 349 MB
* Source: PDTV
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1) Further Information
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Steel

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