"Imagination means nothing without doing" -Chaplin-
21 hours ago
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littlebitsofchaplin:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

lovemycharlie7:

littlebitsofchaplin:

lovemycharlie7:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

The tramp in glasses.

An outtake scene in The Immigrant (1917)

Cute :)

Did he really need them or was it a part of a gag?

I think I read somewhere that this was for part of a gag.

Yes, I guess that’s just part of his gag, as we can’t get the other picture of tramp (or even young Charlie) with glasses. But there were some when he get older though.

Thanks for the answers. And by the way, are these scenes from Unknown Chaplin? 

You’re welcome…Yepp,it’s Unknown Chaplin - My Happiest Time. He actually had some nice idea with this card scene though, but already choose the best one I think.

(via iamnatasiaverdoux)

21 hours ago
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chaplinfortheages:

"The Floorwalker" - 1916


NEAT! I literally looking for a pic of this shoes scene. The tramp just never missed any chance to get on a pretty lady, love it!

chaplinfortheages:

"The Floorwalker" - 1916

NEAT! I literally looking for a pic of this shoes scene. The tramp just never missed any chance to get on a pretty lady, love it!
1 day ago
33

lovemycharlie7:

littlebitsofchaplin:

lovemycharlie7:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

The tramp in glasses.

An outtake scene in The Immigrant (1917)

Cute :)

Did he really need them or was it a part of a gag?

I think I read somewhere that this was for part of a gag.

Yes, I guess that’s just part of his gag, as we can’t get the other picture of tramp (or even young Charlie) with glasses. But there were some when he get older though.

3 days ago
19

chaplinfortheages:

Dough and Dynamite  October 1914

Charlie Chaplin’s 29th comedy for Keystone was one of his most popular & financially lucrative, grossing $130,000 ($3.4 million in 2014) in its initial year of release.

 When the regular bakers go out on strike.  The waiters have to take their place.  The strikers not happy about this, they put dynamite in a piece of bread, which is delivered to the cake counter. It winds up in the oven and explodes