I hate Woody Allen physically, I dislike that kind of man. I can hardly bear to talk to him. He has the Chaplin disease. That particular combination of arrogance and timidity sets my teeth on edge.

He is arrogant. Like all people with timid personalities, his arrogance is ­unlimited. Anybody who speaks quietly and shrivels up in company is unbelievably ­arrogant. He acts shy, but he’s not. He’s scared. He hates himself, and he loves himself, a very tense situation. It’s people like me who have to carry on and pretend to be modest. To me, it’s the most embarrassing thing in the world—a man who presents himself at his worst to get laughs, in order to free himself from his hang-ups. Everything he does on the screen is therapeutic.

—  Orson Welles
Charlie Chaplin: The Great Dictator Speech

This photo of Charlie is from 1911 but autographed on November 28th 1913

"To Mr. & Mrs. Hurley,

With every good wishes, yours to a turn.

Charley Chaplin November 28th 1913”

The Hurley’s were Edgar (also with Karno) & wife Ethel, they along with Stan Laurel created a vaudeville act the “Keystone Trio” (depicting Charlie, Mabel Normand & Chester) Conklin),