chaplinfortheages:

Shoulder Arms (1918)

He is keeping score, when he get his helmet shot off he deducts one of his marks.

chaplinfortheages:

thing-of-the-past:

Bebe enjoys a game of table tennis with Charlie Chaplin.

Photo taken 1928, Charlie and beautiful actress Bebe Daniels, she was Harold Lloyd’s leading lady in his “Lonesome Luke” short films (1915-1918).
Charlie Chaplin had such beautiful hands, not something you would ordinarily comment on when talking of a man.

chaplinfortheages:

thing-of-the-past:

Bebe enjoys a game of table tennis with Charlie Chaplin.

Photo taken 1928, Charlie and beautiful actress Bebe Daniels, she was Harold Lloyd’s leading lady in his “Lonesome Luke” short films (1915-1918).

Charlie Chaplin had such beautiful hands, not something you would ordinarily comment on when talking of a man.

bildwerk:

Edward Steichen
Charles Chaplin, 1931

bildwerk:

Edward Steichen

Charles Chaplin, 1931


Paulette Goddard & Charlie Chaplin in The Great Dictator (1940)

They look so sweet :) Love them <3

Paulette Goddard & Charlie Chaplin in The Great Dictator (1940)

They look so sweet :) Love them <3

composersdoingnormalshit:

Igor Stravinsky playing with Charlie Chaplin in a rolling hoop thingy.

composersdoingnormalshit:

Igor Stravinsky playing with Charlie Chaplin in a rolling hoop thingy.

chaplinfortheages:

Charlie Chaplin in between Harold Lloyd &amp; Douglas Fairbanks circa 1932

chaplinfortheages:

Charlie Chaplin in between Harold Lloyd & Douglas Fairbanks circa 1932

chaplinitis:

Charlie Chaplin and his daughter, Geraldine :) &lt;3 

chaplinitis:

Charlie Chaplin and his daughter, Geraldine :) <3 

Portrait of the Tramp circa 1915.
For sure he is ours&#160;!
Portrait of the Tramp circa 1915.

For sure he is ours !

lovemycharlie7:

Tillie’s Punctured Romance (1914) - Charlie Chaplin

Keystone Film. Directed by Mack Sennett. First feature-length comedy film ever made.

In this film Charlie plays a different role from his Tramp character.

He’s great with this role! Paticularly love those moves he makes with his cane and body (of course).