Chaplin spent two weeks in Nice during the first part of his 1931-32 world tour. He was the guest of Frank J. Gould (4th from right) and his wife, Florence, who owned the Palais de la Mediterranée, as well as the Majestic Hotel (where Chaplin stayed). Gould was once married to the sister of Charlie's first love, Hetty Kelly.
|Caption translates roughly to:|
"Chaplin accused by the city of Paris of stealing the towers of Notre Dame
pleads guilty and begs the indulgence of Henry Torrés prominent civil lawyer."