Charlie Chaplin
Film Mafia  Films, Movie makers

Hollywood Sex Pests According to leading film historian Kevin Brownwing - author of The Golden Grope - A History of Hollywood Harassment - famed silent comedian Charlie Chaplin was probably one of the first stars to make systematic use of the 'casting couch' for sexual gratification. "Apparently he would only communicate with the actresses he was 'auditioning' via caption cards and mime, supposedly to test their ability to 'perform' in silent movies," says Brownwing. "The cards would become ever more lewd and suggestive as he got them to undress, and he would fondle their breasts in an exaggerated silent movie acting manner, silently conveying his growing sexual arousal through grotesque facial mugging and crudely mimed gestures. Eventually, he would get them to stand, naked, at one end of the audition room and throw custard pies at them. Finally, he would lick the girls clean with his tongue before making love to them on an actual casting couch, whilst a pianist played appropriate background music. He would insist that they 'perform' entirely in mime and if they cried out (as they inevitably did), he would tell them that they had failed the audition!" The 'little tramp' would inevitably conduct the auditions in full costume, including false toothbrush moustache and bowler hat, only removing the latter when he came. He would also frequently use his trademark walking stick to perform increasingly obscene mimes - simulating masturbation and other unspeakably vile sexual acts. "Some of the actresses were reportedly disappointed that his baggy, low slung trousers did not, in fact, conceal a huge member, but that he was actually quite modestly endowed," claims the film historian, musing that Chaplin's perceived inadequacies in the trouser department may have lain behind his appalling treatment of women. "He was immensely jealous of rival comedians Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd, both of whom were hung like donkeys and never had to resort to Chaplin's casting couch antics." With the advent of talkies, Chaplin found himself unable to employ his bizarre 'casting' techniques and instead had to other avenues by which to pester young women. Sadly, his poor speaking voice meant that his attempts to establish himself as an anonymous obscene phone caller ultimately came to nothing, and his career as one of Hollywood's top sexual harassers was effectively over.

Many taxi drivers who travelled to the Intelligence H.Q. were in the pay of the K.G.B. who reported  back, and they offered Blunt the chance to defect,  which interestingly, he refused . On another occasion, while undergoing a cataract operation, he blurted out to the surgeon accusations about the comedy actor Charlie Chaplin being blackmailed into  being a  top A.I.P  (agent in place) for the Jewish underground, under threat of exposure about his tastes in underage girls,  his recruitment by  Lord Victor Rothschild, of his own  involvement with both the Russians,  and of Blunt being “turned on sexually“ by the shiny boots, and fur busbies that Guardsmen wore. [2006] The Mystery of Super Spy - Sir Anthony Blunt by T. Stokes