Charlie Chaplin selling Liberty Bonds in Washington D.C., 1918.
Charlie Chaplin selling Liberty Bonds in Washington D.C., 1918.
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    A little creepy, but I like it seekeroftheway
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    As long as I’m offering to murder someone to have hair like his, I’ll take a face like his too. In fact, just give me...
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    We were talking about the war bonds and such in my class so I sent my teacher a video of Doug, Mary, and Charlie...
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    I really like photos or videos about Charlie, Douglas and Mary during their bond selling tour in 1918, it seems that...
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    Had he gone to war he very well would not have survived (as the millions that did not). As author James L. Neibaur so...
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    And we could have lost one of the most brilliant filmmakers in history.
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    I think Charlie Chaplin has been the only man in history who was considered more good to the war effort by not fighting....