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    Charlot

    The beauty of Chaplin.


    Charlot

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    “Charlie Chaplin Falling - On and Off the Screen” Motion Picture Magazine March1917http://archive.org/stream/motionpicturemag13moti#page/n215/mode/2up/search/chaplin

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    Charles Chaplin

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    Charlie Chaplin

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    Charles Chaplin

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    A very young Charles Chaplin c. 1910's

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    Charlie Chaplin

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    "Life is a play that does not allow testing. So, sing, cry, dance, laugh and live intensely, before the curtain closes and the piece ends with no applause". Charles Spencer Chaplin

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    "The vagabond" (1916)

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    Fuck Yeah Chaplin - Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, Douglas Fairbanks and Charlie Chaplin impersonators wearing giant paper mache masks at The Shriners Convention in Philadelphia, PA - 1926

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    Gold Rush advertising illustration

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    Artwork on vintage 'Facts in Five' board game.

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    Charlie sniffs some fan mail...

    Discovering Chaplin: Never-before-seen Chaplin film

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    Charlie Chaplin - London, England

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    chaplinfortheages: The tramp 1916

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    Chaplin and a SnowCharlie, 1932.

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    Charlie Chaplin, Charles Chaplin

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    Charlie and Henry Bergman in what looks like clothes for "Sunnyside". Also two screen test girls in the background, and one of charlie's extra's beside him.

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    Mentioned in an earlier post today. 1918 unreleased film “How to Make Movies” - Charlie in his editing room, appears he is wearing his tramp make up sans mustache, he always did his own make up, and as time went on really emphasized his eyes to greater effect.

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