all is well...

    18 Jul 2012

    chaplinfortheages:

A very romantic scene from “CITY LIGHTS’ - 1931

    chaplinfortheages:

    A very romantic scene from “CITY LIGHTS’ - 1931

    18 Jul 2012

    chaplinfortheages:

This appears to be a candid photo of Charlie Chapplin shooting a deleted sequence for his film “SHOULDER ARMS” - showing Charlie as a family man.
You can see a crowd in the background watching filming as this was done in downtown L.A.
source:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Charlie-Chaplin-THE-KORIN-KODAKS-ART-408-WEST-6TH-ST-LOS-ANGELES-CALIFORNIA-/400309868946?pt=Art_Photo_Images&hash=item5d3453d992#ht_6385wt_1162

    chaplinfortheages:

    This appears to be a candid photo of Charlie Chapplin shooting a deleted sequence for his film “SHOULDER ARMS” - showing Charlie as a family man.

    You can see a crowd in the background watching filming as this was done in downtown L.A.

    source:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Charlie-Chaplin-THE-KORIN-KODAKS-ART-408-WEST-6TH-ST-LOS-ANGELES-CALIFORNIA-/400309868946?pt=Art_Photo_Images&hash=item5d3453d992#ht_6385wt_1162

    9 Jul 2012

    chaplininpictures:

Dear Friends,
This will be the final post of Chaplin In Pictures. As many of you know, this is something I have been thinking about for the last few months. I know it seems abrupt, but if I don’t end it this way, I may never end it at all. I have loved sharing my photos and little Chaplin tidbits with you, as well as discussing Charlie’s life and work. Thanks for your support and all the wonderful comments. 
If you are not already following Chaplin For The Ages & Fuck Yeah Chaplin, please do so. These ladies not only do a great job, but they are also my friends. Anne also has a wonderful page on Facebook.
Thanks to all of you for sharing in my Charlie Chaplin obsession for the last year-and-a-half. I think he would be pleased that nearly 35 years after his death there is still an immense interest in his work. He did not need to worry about being forgotten.
Thanks again.
Love,
Jessica

    chaplininpictures:

    Dear Friends,

    This will be the final post of Chaplin In Pictures. As many of you know, this is something I have been thinking about for the last few months. I know it seems abrupt, but if I don’t end it this way, I may never end it at all. I have loved sharing my photos and little Chaplin tidbits with you, as well as discussing Charlie’s life and work. Thanks for your support and all the wonderful comments. 

    If you are not already following Chaplin For The Ages & Fuck Yeah Chaplin, please do so. These ladies not only do a great job, but they are also my friends. Anne also has a wonderful page on Facebook.

    Thanks to all of you for sharing in my Charlie Chaplin obsession for the last year-and-a-half. I think he would be pleased that nearly 35 years after his death there is still an immense interest in his work. He did not need to worry about being forgotten.

    Thanks again.

    Love,

    Jessica

    8 Jul 2012

    my customized iPhone case. can’t stop staring at it!!

    my customized iPhone case. can’t stop staring at it!!

    4 Jul 2012

    chaplininpictures:

Charlie & Douglas.

    chaplininpictures:

    Charlie & Douglas.

    2 Jul 2012

    chaplininpictures:

    Charlie’s BBC radio interview from 1952 in its entirety (30 minutes).  It’s wonderful to hear Charlie talking naturally and being himself. I have only ever heard bits and pieces of this interview, so it’s a real treat to finally hear the whole thing.

    2 Jul 2012

    2 Jul 2012

    oh dear GOD!!!

    oh dear GOD!!!

    27 Jun 2012

    redheadpowers:

humansofnewyork:

I found this man on 7th Avenue in Park Slope. He was leaning heavily on his cane, looking down, wearing a grimaced face. I felt bad for him, so I smiled and waved when I walked past. His face changed completely. He lit up, smiled wide, and gave me a cheery greeting. There was nothing forced about it. He seemed like a man who went through life looking for the smallest excuses to be happy.I walked 50 feet down the sidewalk, turned around, and walked back to him. “I want to take your photo,” I told him, “because of how big you smiled when I walked by.”He said: “Well I saw someone smiling at me who I didn’t even know. So I thought: ‘By God! I Better do something!’”

ugh i always reblog this when i see it because it just makes me so happy

    redheadpowers:

    humansofnewyork:

    I found this man on 7th Avenue in Park Slope. He was leaning heavily on his cane, looking down, wearing a grimaced face. I felt bad for him, so I smiled and waved when I walked past. His face changed completely. He lit up, smiled wide, and gave me a cheery greeting. There was nothing forced about it. He seemed like a man who went through life looking for the smallest excuses to be happy.

    I walked 50 feet down the sidewalk, turned around, and walked back to him. “I want to take your photo,” I told him, “because of how big you smiled when I walked by.”

    He said: “Well I saw someone smiling at me who I didn’t even know. So I thought: ‘By God! I Better do something!’”

    ugh i always reblog this when i see it because it just makes me so happy

    (Source: humansofnewyork)

    25 Jun 2012

    chaplininpictures:

    Charlie rolls across his lawn in a large double hoop he kept in his backyard, c. 1929.