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Charlie Chaplin, plagued by Joan Berry's latest claim (that her eight-month-old Carol Ann is "destitute"), inquired what had happened to the $10,700 he had thus far contributed to the infant's support. He also let it be known that he and his 19-year-old expectant Wife Oona (O'Neill) are summering at ex-wife Paulette Goddard's farm at Mount Ivy, N.Y.

Constance Bennett, who might or might not be 15-year-old Peter Bennett Plant's mother, finally won legal guardianship of him, after twelve years of claims and counterclaims, in & out of court. In 1932, two years after nicking...

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