A Woman Of Paris

A Woman of Paris premiered on October 1, 1923 at the Criterion theater in Hollywood. This film found Chaplin behind the cameras and brought stardom to Adolphe Menjou. It's a moving story of love gone awry for a pretty country girl played by Edna Purviance. If you look closely, you'll see Charlie in a brief scene at the train station. Critics loved the film then and loved it more when it was re-released with a wonderful score written by Chaplin. Here's a big photo of the NOW location.

We'll take the train to Paris Scene
Located and shot by Gerald Smith
1923 1992


1416 North LA Brea Ave.
Los Angeles, CA

Chaplin Film Locations THEN & NOW
© 1998 JerRe