Meanwhile, here are a few of the caption blunders. It's evident that Ackroyd and/or his publisher just used the captions that were provided by their photo sources (Getty, New York Daily News, etc) without double-checking them to make sure they were correct. If I've learned anything from research, it's that you can never trust the captions on stock image websites.
|The only thing correct about this caption is the date.|
|Nope, this is Chaplin signing his contract with Mutual in 1916.|
|This is actually a photo of Chaplin & Raquel Meller in 1926. |
To me, this error is egg on the face of Ackroyd and his publisher.
|Lita is not marrying Chaplin here, but signing her contract to be his leading lady|
in The Gold Rush.