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PS I forgot to mention: Geraldine Chaplin wrote the introduction to this book

There Be Dragons

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Prominent in Spanish and French cinema, Geraldine Chaplin is 's eldest daughter.

Chaplin

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Geraldine Chaplin.

Words Upon The Window Pane

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Geraldine Chaplin was born on July 31, 1944, in Santa Monica, California.

Amapola

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Chaplin (15th Anniversary Edition)

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Charlton Heston, Tina Chen, Geraldine Chaplin, Mako, John Phillip Law

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Here are some character traits from Geraldine Chaplin's birth chart. This description is far from being comprehensive but it can shed light on his/her personality, which is still interesting for professional astrologers or astrology lovers.

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Geraldine Chaplin

Chaplin in Brazil, August 2014
Born Geraldine Leigh Chaplin
31 July 1944 (1944-07-31) (age 71)
Santa Monica, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1952–present
Spouse(s) Patricio Castilla (2006–present)
Partner(s) Carlos Saura (1967–1979)
Children Shane Saura (b. 1974)
Oona Castilla Chaplin (b. 1986)
Parent(s) Charlie Chaplin
Oona O'Neill

Guy Bedos, Daniel Brühl, Geraldine Chaplin, Jane Fonda, Claude Rich

Geraldine Chaplin, the predominance of planets in the Northern hemisphere prompts you to reflect and imagine rather than to exteriorize your actions and to be at the forefront of the stage. So, should you wish to remedy this situation, it is up to you to force your nature to take action in broad daylight, to communicate, and to assert yourself... then, you can move forward in this concrete life and enjoy your newly won situation.

Director Chaplin Dances with his daughter Geraldine Chaplin as Marlon Brando watches in preparation for a scene in A Countess From Hong Kong (1967).