Charlie Chaplin – No Sale!

The New York Times reports that the short World War I propaganda film “Zepped,” a pastiche of Charlie Chaplin clips and some animation, failed to sell at auction by Bonhams.The film’s reserve price was about $160,000.

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2 Responses to Charlie Chaplin – No Sale!

  1. Mary Mallory says:

    From discussions on nitrateville, the film was strictly a compilation of zeppelin shots and footage taken from other Chaplin movies, it wasn’t a lost film. It’s worth something, but nowhere near what they wanted.


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