Charlie & Edna in his 1915 Essanay film “WORK”
CITY LIGHTS - 1931
The tramp agrees to get into the ring - splitting the $50.00 if they go easy on each other. Did not work out that way as this guy takes off and a bigger meaner boxer is put into the ring - winner take all.
Charlie Chaplin 1918
Group photograph taken in Los Angeles, Top row- Mr and Mrs Syd Chaplin, Bottom row - Miss Ina Claire’s manager, Miss Ina Claire (actress), Charlie Chaplin, and Mrs Claire. I believe this is at the Chaplin Studio.
The Gold Rush - 1925
The Circus - 1928
City Lights - 1931
Modern Times - 1936
The Great Dictator - 1940 & his most financially successful of all of his films.
I hope you’re well ! Here’s a little drawing of “the gold rush”, hope you’ll like it. I’m looking for new pictures to draw, if you have any suggestion…
take care !
This is so beautiful, thank you so much for submitting it, I will share it on my facebook page as well:
Feel free to look through my tumblr archives, there are hundreds of photos of Charlie and “the tramp”
“Cane In The Grating” seen on “Unknown Chaplin
“David later confessed that he was absolutely sick with excitement, realizing that we were seeing a film which Chaplin had shot and cut, and of which he had made a graded print – absolutely complete and perfect, in its own way – and which had lain on the shelf unknown to anyone outside Chaplin’s immediate circle for fifty years. It was pure cinema – no subtitles were needed, no sound effects could have improved it. The sequence was the essence of Chaplin’s art. For he, more than anyone else in pictures, could take the smallest object, the least promising prop., and turn it into a fabulously funny sequence”.
The Search for Charlie Chaplin: Kevin Brownlow 2005
**The gentleman seated in the window is Harry Crocker a Chaplin associate but known to the viewing public as Rex the Tightrope Walker in “The Circus”
Charlie & May Reeves in the French Riviera (she was his on and off again companion during his time in Europe in 1931/32) - he left in February 1931 for the London premiere of “City Lights”, he came back home to California 18 months later
. Not quite sure what is going on in the top photo, between the guy with his hands on Charlie’s neck and the group of gentlemen sitting on the roof of the building to the right.
Picture Show Magazine’s 1921
Mon Cinema April 1925
L’Express 1978 (photo depicts Charlie during production of “The Gold Rush”)