How did Charlie Chaplin's career end?

In September of 1952, Chaplin was effectively forced into exile by the U.S. government.

In December of 1977 at the age of 88 after suffering a stroke in his sleep

From the day Chaplin left the shores of America

he only returned once to the country to which he had given so much of his life and talent

Charlie Chaplin was 'investigated by FBI and MI5' after displaying 'Communist sympathies

Chaplin was accused of being a communist by senator McCarthy, 

A file was produced that supposedly detailed his subversive political activities since 1922

His first 'talkie' 'The Great Dictator' in 1940 added heat to this accusation and caused a stir.