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Charlie Chaplin's son attended the Venice Film festival Thursday for the premiere of "La Rancon de la Gloire" (The Price of Fame), a movie based on the true story of two immigrants who dug up the silent-film legend's coffin for ransom money.The tragicomedy – in the running for the Golden Lion – draws an engaging Chaplin-esque performance from Benoit Poelvoorde, with laughs in particular from a scene where the bungling grave robbers discover they are not the only ones to have demanded a ransom.Chaplin's son Eugene, who plays a bit role in the flick along with one of the star's grandchildren, Dolores Chaplin, told journalists in Venice that the film captured well the difficult period when his father's body was snatched.
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