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Charlie Chaplin and his wife, Oona O'Neil Chaplin, who was also the daughter of Eugene O'Neil.

Charlie Chaplin with Albert Einstein at the premiere of City Lights, vintage, inspirering, great personalities, celeb, famous, portrait, photo b/w.

men's vintage fashion style suit tuxedo bow tie jacket vest hat iconic hollywood I admire both for their courage! Charlie Chaplin with Albert Einstein at the premiere of his movie City Lights,

"Catching up with the Chaplins  Chas allows daughters Josephine and Victoria to share his spotlight." Circa 1955

"Catching up with the Chaplins - silent film comedy icon Charlie Chaplin allows his daughters Josephine and Victoria to share his spotlight.

Growing up, in the space of three months, Chaplin's family lived in six different garrets or basements. The boys pilfered goods from street stalls, and Charlie sometimes earned a few pennies by dancing outside the doors of pubs

The mad woman who turned Chaplin against women for life

Growing up, in the space of three months, Chaplin's family lived in six different garrets or basements. The boys pilfered goods from street stalls, and Charlie sometimes earned a few pennies by dancing outside the doors of pubs

Fred Karno Troupe Co. Butte, MO, 1912-1913 [Charlie Chaplin sitting on the far right; Stan Laurel far right in the window]

Chaplin on tour with the Fred Karno Co, Butte, Montana. A very young Charlie Chaplin circa 1912 years old) - Stan Laurel his roomate on the tour is at the window.

Charlie Chaplin pictured with one of his many wives, Lita Grey. In his new book, biographe...

New book reveals Charlie Chaplin's obsession with young girls

Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., Mary Pickford, and Charlie Chaplin at a World War I Victory Bond Rally. Pickford wears a suit designed by Lady Duff-Gordon (Lucile) for the film The Little American. 1917.

Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and Charles Chaplin during the liberty Bond tour of 1919

Lou Costello & Charlie, 1942

A candid shot of comic legends' Lou Costello and Charlie Chaplin, circa

Charlie & Edna from "The Immigrant"

Charlie Chaplin & Edna Purviance & KItty Bradbury in “The Immigrant”

Actress (and second wife of Charlie Chaplin) Lita Grey with her two sons: Charles Chaplin, Jr. and Sydney Earle Chaplin

Actress, second wife of Charlie Chaplin Lita Grey with her two sons: Charles Chaplin, Jr. and Sydney Earle Chaplin

Charlie Chaplin. In a slum called Easy Street, the police are failing to maintain law and order. he takes on the mob and heroically defeats them all and as a consequence restores peace and order to Easy Street. Photo Colourised by Pearse. c 1917

In a slum called Easy Street, the police are failing to maintain law and order. he takes on the mob and heroically defeats them all and as a consequence restores peace and order to Easy Street. Photo Colourised by Pearse. c 1917

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