Chalie Chaplin - Best and Rare Photo Collection




Young Age Chaplin


 Thought of by many as the greatest comedian of all time, Charles Spencer Chaplin was born in London, England on 16 April 1889.



 Charles Chaplin's parents, Charles and Hannah Chaplin, were music hall entertainers. His first stage appearance, at age five, was singing a song in place of his mother who had become ill. At eight he toured in a musical, "The Eight Lancaster Lads". Nearly 11, he appeared in "Giddy Ostende" at London's Hippodrome.



 in Cinema Actions





  in 'City Lights'



 Representatives of First National are presented with their first Chaplin film for release. Distribution executive Sol Lesser receives the print from Charles Chaplin while Chaplin Studio head Alf Reeves holds the cheque. Syd Chaplin stands on the right


 From the Topical Budget film 529 - Charlie Chaplin sails from Southampton, October 1921


 Charles Chaplin and Max Linder


 Marlene Dietrich and Charlie Chaplin in Berlin, 1931 - People lined the route from the station to the Hotel Adlon where Chaplin reportedly lost his trouser buttons to the excited crowd


 Rollie Totheroh stands aside as Charles Chaplin shows the workings of the camera to Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford



After lunch Charles Chaplin joins pilot Amy Johnson, Lady Astor and George Bernard Shaw for a portrait in Lady Astor's garden, 1931






Gloria Swanson, Charles Chaplin and Marion Davies at the premiere of City Lights in Los Angeles on 30 January 1931. The police found it hard to control the huge crowds



At the studio, Chaplin receives a visit from Max Linder















Charlie chaplin and Gandhiji











with Jackie Coogan in 'The Kid'




in 'Modern Times'



The Great Dictator





Charlie Chaplin’s Wives

Mildred Harris Chaplin


Lita Grey Chaplin


Paulette Goddard



Oona (O'Neill) Chaplin


The Chaplin Family - Charlie and Oona with six of their children.


The Final Stage




Charlie Chaplin Gets a Hero's Welcome, 1972

After 20 years of exile over his leftist politics and half a century after his landmark silent comedies, Chaplin returns to America for an Honorary Oscar and an emotional standing ovation.


In 1972 he was honored with an Academy Award for his "incalculable effect in making motion pictures the art form of the century."



He authored two autobiographical books, "My Autobiography" in 1964 and its companion volume, "My Life in Pictures" in 1974. Chaplin died of natural causes on December 25, 1977 at his home in Switzerland.



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