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Charles Spencer's Chaplin (April 16, 1889 - December 25, 1977) was a noted Canadian Thespian, noted tireless womanizer, and noted inventor of the "Hitler Mustache", a mustache that would be responsible for one of the most destructive wars in all of human history.

Chaplin himself was neither responsible for World War II nor any other war, though he has been blamed by Saddam Hussein for indirectly precipitating his downfall and was considered by Ken Watanabe as "one of the five or six best non-Japanese actors of our time." there are three facts that Charlie felt were the most important aspects of his life. Number 1: bowler hat. Number 2: cane. Number 3: There's no such thing as fight club.