"Imagination means nothing without doing" -Chaplin-
3 days ago
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lovemycharlie7:

chaplinfortheages:

1936 - 47 years before Michael Jackson’s iconic moon walk which was seen on the television show -  25th Anniversary of Motown in 1983.
Michael Jackson idolized Charlie Chaplin, he sang his own rendition of “Smile” and he went to visit his widow Oona in 1984 I believe at the Chaplin home in Vevey.
 I can’t help wondering if Michael took this scene from “Modern Times” as inspiration for his most famous dance move.

I’m sure this was inspiration to him, as well as this from A Day’s Pleasure…

Gotta reblogged this again for the comment ^^^
Lol even those spats.

lovemycharlie7:

chaplinfortheages:

1936 - 47 years before Michael Jackson’s iconic moon walk which was seen on the television show -  25th Anniversary of Motown in 1983.

Michael Jackson idolized Charlie Chaplin, he sang his own rendition of “Smile” and he went to visit his widow Oona in 1984 I believe at the Chaplin home in Vevey.

 I can’t help wondering if Michael took this scene from “Modern Times” as inspiration for his most famous dance move.

I’m sure this was inspiration to him, as well as this from A Day’s Pleasure…

Gotta reblogged this again for the comment ^^^

Lol even those spats.

(Source: sherlynn58)

3 days ago
589
chaplinfortheages:

1936 - 47 years before Michael Jackson’s iconic moon walk which was seen on the television show -  25th Anniversary of Motown in 1983.
Michael Jackson idolized Charlie Chaplin, he sang his own rendition of “Smile” and he went to visit his widow Oona in 1984 I believe at the Chaplin home in Vevey.
 I can’t help wondering if Michael took this scene from “Modern Times” as inspiration for his most famous dance move.

chaplinfortheages:

1936 - 47 years before Michael Jackson’s iconic moon walk which was seen on the television show -  25th Anniversary of Motown in 1983.

Michael Jackson idolized Charlie Chaplin, he sang his own rendition of “Smile” and he went to visit his widow Oona in 1984 I believe at the Chaplin home in Vevey.

 I can’t help wondering if Michael took this scene from “Modern Times” as inspiration for his most famous dance move.

(Source: sherlynn58, via chaplinfortheages)

3 days ago
30
2oppositesidesof1coin:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

chaplinfortheages:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

lovemycharlie7:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

Charlie Chaplin in The Pawnshop (1916)
*Last time I did oil painting was about 10 years ago. Now that I demand to do it again, I need to start all over like a kindergarten student.

This is great! I think you really captured the expression of the eyes, and I love the curls :)

Thank you :D

I like the heavy lids the dark make-up creates.

Yes, I think his eye makeup in this film was much darker than usual.

This is awesome! The blue makes everything pop.

Thanks! Yea, I really like his face in that scene, though. Well basically all scenes in The Pawshop. Lol

2oppositesidesof1coin:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

chaplinfortheages:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

lovemycharlie7:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

Charlie Chaplin in The Pawnshop (1916)

*Last time I did oil painting was about 10 years ago. Now that I demand to do it again, I need to start all over like a kindergarten student.

This is great! I think you really captured the expression of the eyes, and I love the curls :)

Thank you :D

I like the heavy lids the dark make-up creates.

Yes, I think his eye makeup in this film was much darker than usual.

This is awesome! The blue makes everything pop.

Thanks! Yea, I really like his face in that scene, though. Well basically all scenes in The Pawshop. Lol

3 days ago
30
chaplinfortheages:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

lovemycharlie7:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

Charlie Chaplin in The Pawnshop (1916)
*Last time I did oil painting was about 10 years ago. Now that I demand to do it again, I need to start all over like a kindergarten student.

This is great! I think you really captured the expression of the eyes, and I love the curls :)

Thank you :D

I like the heavy lids the dark make-up creates.

Yes, I think his eye makeup in this film was much darker than usual.

chaplinfortheages:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

lovemycharlie7:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

Charlie Chaplin in The Pawnshop (1916)

*Last time I did oil painting was about 10 years ago. Now that I demand to do it again, I need to start all over like a kindergarten student.

This is great! I think you really captured the expression of the eyes, and I love the curls :)

Thank you :D

I like the heavy lids the dark make-up creates.

Yes, I think his eye makeup in this film was much darker than usual.

4 days ago
30
lovemycharlie7:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

Charlie Chaplin in The Pawnshop (1916)
*Last time I did oil painting was about 10 years ago. Now that I demand to do it again, I need to start all over like a kindergarten student.

This is great! I think you really captured the expression of the eyes, and I love the curls :)

Thank you :D

lovemycharlie7:

iamnatasiaverdoux:

Charlie Chaplin in The Pawnshop (1916)

*Last time I did oil painting was about 10 years ago. Now that I demand to do it again, I need to start all over like a kindergarten student.

This is great! I think you really captured the expression of the eyes, and I love the curls :)

Thank you :D