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Date Posted: 10:55:04 05/29/00 Mon
Author: Mickle
Subject: Re: Children
In reply to: Calvero 's message, "Re: Children" on 22:51:26 08/25/99 Wed

> > Of Charlie's children with Oona, he seemed to think
> > that Victoria had the most natural talent (she was to
> > star in "The Freak"). The last I read of her, she was
> > involved with a circus. Does anyone have an update on
> > her?
> > Also, I recently picked up a '67 paperback of
> Michael
> > Chaplin's "I Couldn't Smoke the Grass On My Father's
> > Lawn". Has anyone else read this truly laughable
> book?
I'm interestedin additional details of strange bodies which were discovered by Swiss police in the forest near Chaplin's mansion in Switzerland last Friday. Does anybody have some?
> > The "swinging" and "ultra-mod" text is hilarious!
> It's
> > a wonder Charlie didn't have a heart attack over that
> > one!
> >
> > Dan
> Yes Victoria married a circus performer Jean-Baptiste
> Thierree. They run their own circus (name excapes me
> now) but I have heard from both Chaplin and circus
> fans that the show is excellent...sort of a new age
> circus. <p>
> I haven't read Michael's book but I haven't heard
> anything flattering about it :). From what I heard,
> Micael soon regretted writing it (possible that he had
> assistance writing it) but the publishers went ahead
> and published it anyway.

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