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Charlie Chaplin on the set of "The Immigrant", "Sunnyside", "The Kid" and during production of "The Circus".

Charlie Chaplin on the set of "The Immigrant", "Sunnyside", "The Kid" and during production of "The Circus".

Charlie & his leading lady Edna Purviance   Photo taken while aboard boat used in his film “The Immigrant” (Spring 1917)

Charlie & his leading lady Edna Purviance Photo taken while aboard boat used in his film “The Immigrant” (Spring 1917)

Rubyberry: In case you wanted more Charlie Chaplin  Never enough Chaplin! This looks like it’s from the year before the last photograph, 1915, when he would have been 22.

Rubyberry: In case you wanted more Charlie Chaplin Never enough Chaplin! This looks like it’s from the year before the last photograph, 1915, when he would have been 22.

Charlie Chaplin in one of his greatest films - Mutual’s  ”The Immigrant” 1917. Food was a very important element in this.

Charlie Chaplin in one of his greatest films - Mutual’s ”The Immigrant” 1917. Food was a very important element in this.

Charlie Chaplin There's really only one place to start: the bowed cane, the baggy breeches, the toothbrush mustache and—lest we leave out the accessory that made the man the Tramp—that unforgettable black bowler. The Tramp was just Chaplin's inaugural turn in a cadre of down-on-their-luck wise guys—the convict, the immigrant, the derelict, the factory worker—whose importance as vehicles of social and political guerrilla warfare made Chaplin famous as a performer with a knack for…

The 50 Most Stylish Leading Men of the Past Half Century

Charlie Chaplin There's really only one place to start: the bowed cane, the baggy breeches, the toothbrush mustache and—lest we leave out the accessory that made the man the Tramp—that unforgettable black bowler. The Tramp was just Chaplin's inaugural turn in a cadre of down-on-their-luck wise guys—the convict, the immigrant, the derelict, the factory worker—whose importance as vehicles of social and political guerrilla warfare made Chaplin famous as a performer with a knack for…

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