People, Nov. 21, 1955

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

A newswolf in house guest's clothing, Britain's deep pink Cedric Belfrage, deported from the U.S. (TIME, May 25, 1953) but still editor of the fellow-traveling U.S. weekly National Guardian, recently visited the Swiss home of another exile from the U.S., veteran (66) Cine-comedian Charlie Chaplin, an ex-resident of Hollywood since 1952. The two Britons chatted candidly and parted amicably. Last week, however, Belfrage, without leave from Leftist Chaplin, tattled on Charlie in the Guardian. According to Belfrage, Chaplin now detests America, his homeland...

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