Charlie Chaplin (c. 1931)

Priceless

Charlie Chaplin (c. 1931)

Priceless

That profile in the first pic, irresistible

That profile in the first pic, irresistible


Monsieur Verdoux (1947)


How can you? Please stop

Monsieur Verdoux (1947)

How can you? Please stop

iamnatasiaverdoux:

Charlie Chaplin photographed by James Abbe (c. 1922)

I always feel he’s kinda weird with that hat.

Imagine if these pics were in colour with those blue eyes!

Oona O’Neill Chaplin, 14th May 1925 - 27th September 1991
Let us remember that 23 years ago today Oona left this world to meet his beloved, Charlie.
Oona O’Neill Chaplin, 14th May 1925 - 27th September 1991

Let us remember that 23 years ago today Oona left this world to meet his beloved, Charlie.

lovemycharlie7:

The Immigrant (1917) - Charlie Chaplin

Love his technique in the first gif: shuffling cards only by moving one very quickly

chaplinfortheages:

Charlie Chaplin in The Pawnshop (1916) and The Cure (1917)

Ta Da - a nod to the audience, something he did to acknowledge the audience. These 2 scene though priceless :)  Many artists back in the silent day’s broke the fourth wall, but no one did it with the finesse of Charlie Chaplin.  

littlebitsofchaplin:

chaplinitis:

Charlie & Barney Oldfield, 1918.

Barney Oldfield was a famous American automobile racer. He was the first man to drive a car at 96 km/h (60 miles per hour) on an oval.

littlebitsofchaplin:

chaplinitis:

Charlie & Barney Oldfield, 1918.

Barney Oldfield was a famous American automobile racer. He was the first man to drive a car at 96 km/h (60 miles per hour) on an oval.