Claire Bloom seemed to be genuinely amused by him in this scene, and rightly so.
One A.M. - 4th of 12 Mutual short films released August 1916.
Simple premise - he is a man who comes home drunk, tries to find his bed and is falling all over the house, at the end he falls asleep in the bathtub.
It’s weird, he looks as if he had brown eyes…
I never know what I should do about this
This cropped photo is from circa 1940, the person to the other side of him is actress Rosalind Russell. Photo below She appeared in the 1939 movie “The Women” with Paulette Goddard
Thank you chaplinfortheages! Case close then :))
Going on Holiday for a week. Will be back next Wednesday. See you soon guys! ;) I will miss you all + Charlie.
Imagine your icon doing a little dance after you fail to push them into the pool, but as they do the little dance they slip and fall into the pool.
Chaplin dancing with Paulette Goddard during the 1930s.
Robert Downey Jr. in a promotional photoshoot for Chaplin, 1992."These images were created to promote Robert’s film, Chaplin. (This) is a subtle reference to a famous photo of Chaplin in his later years, by Richard Avedon. In Avedon’s photo, Chaplin posed with his fingers at his head, creating faun-like horns."
Photo de Lee Miller
Simply adore this photograph and those eyes, shame it’s not in colour
I did colorizing this photo fuckyeahmrchaplin
And the rest were here…. http://tmblr.co/ZmFqhn1GIsIuA
WOW! this is brillant, well colorized iamnatasiaverdoux! Those eyes get me everytime.
Ou oh…and this also taken by Lee Miller
You’re welcome ;) oh very good as well! Favourite one: the third one ;)