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1918 - Charlie Chaplin - A Dog's

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Had a go at using lines as shading. What is happening around the next corner? Chaplin from The kid

Charles Chaplin Memoir:  My Autobiography, and Biographies:  My Father, Charlie Chaplin, by Charles Chaplin, Jr. and Tramp-The Life of Charlie Chaplin, by Joyce Milton

Charlie Chaplin, April 1889 – 25 December was a British comic actor and filmmaker who rose to fame in the silent era. Chaplin, a worldwide icon is considered one of the most important figures of the film industry.

Charlie Chaplain was a delightful and intelligent man - one of my FAVORITE people EVER - but so many people see him with the iconic ‘stache. Can you believe how gorgeous he was? No wonder he had 4 wives - including Paulette Goddard!

Sir Charles Chaplin was a delightful and intelligent man - one of my FAVORITE people EVER - but so many people see him with the iconic ‘stache. No wonder he had 4 wives - including Paulette Goddard!

Charlie Chaplin in 1916, at the beautiful age of 27. Colorized by BenAfleckIsAnOkActor

15 Remarkable Colorized Photos Will Let You Relive History

A photographic portrait of Charlie Chaplin as a young man, Hollywood, taken around 1916 by an unknown photographer. Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin was an English comic actor and film producer and director of the silent film era.

On the set at Selig’s Studios, c.1914. Selig’s was located at Irving Park and Western. Along with the Essanay Studios, they were early motion picture pioneers, launching the likes of Gloria Swanson and Charlie Chaplin. Chicago was the first “Hollywood”.

On the set at Selig’s Studios, c.1914. Selig’s was located at Irving Park and Western. Along with the Essanay Studios, they were early motion picture pioneers, launching the likes of Gloria Swanson and Charlie Chaplin. Chicago was the first “Hollywood”.

Charlie Chaplin  This powerful actor not only helped to found United Artists, but set the stage for what most of us consider “comedy” to be today.

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When Albert Einstein met Charlie Chaplin. Einstein said, "What I admire most about your art, is its universality. You do not say a word, and yet ... the world understands you." "It's true", replied Chaplin, "But your fame is even greater: The world admires you, when nobody understands you." Einstein so inspired Charlie Chaplin to speak these prophetic words.  Charlie Chaplin with Albert Einstein at the premiere of his movie City Lights, c.1931

Albert Einstein & Charlie Chaplin at the premiere of “City Lights” - 1931

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