Paulette Goddard - 1972

American Actor

Paulette Goddard (b.3 June 1910 – Apr 23, 1990) American actress, child model, and Broadway performer. As a Ziegfeld Girl; she became a star of Paramount Pictures in the 1940s. Her first major role was Charlie Chaplin's leading lady in Modern Times, and then Chaplin's subsequent film The Great Dictator. Her first (of three marriages) was to Charlie Chaplin. Her career continued to develop with roles in "The Dictator" (1940) and "So Proudly We Hail!" (1943) which gained her an Oscar nomination.

Duffy photographed Paulette Goddard in New York following the reissue of "Modern Times" (1936). The Charlie Chaplin film was re-released focussing attention back on to Goddard in the early seventies. The article can be seen here. 

The year she was photographed by Duffy would mark her last film role in December 1972.

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