Classic Comedy: Charlie Chaplin in the Lion's Cage!
Enjoy this timeless sketch from the king of silent comedy, Charlie Chaplin! In this scene, Chaplin finds himself trapped inside a lions cage, with little hope of escape! Incredibly, it took over 200 takes to film this scene, many of which Chaplin actually spent inside the cage.
On His 70th, Charlie Chaplin Wrote An Unforgettable Poem
This is a poem by Charlie Chaplin, written on his 70th birthday, on April 16, 1959. It is an utterly inspiring self-address that meant a great deal to me when I read it for the first time.
If You Like Charlie Chaplin, You'll Love This Performance
If you loved the old silent Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton movies, you're going to love Uzeyer's performance on America's Got Talent! All he needs is a ladder and a stage to amaze you.
Eek! Remember When Chaplin Got Trapped in the Lion's Cage?
Do you remember this hilarious classic Charlie Chaplin scene? I laugh so I hard I can't contain myself every time I so much as think about the silly scrape the silent star gets himself into with that man eating lion!
This Famous Speech is Still Amazing Today!
Charlie Chaplin's speech in his famous movie: 'The Dictator' is here compared to today's world, and we see how much of what he said still holds true today.
17 Historical Pics That Give a Glimpse of The Past
Charlie Chaplin and Mahatma Gandhi, 1931. 10. Frank Sinatra having fun with a huge pile of pancakes. 11. Michael Jackson dressed as Charlie Chaplin, 1979. 12. Prince Charles having fun on the dance floor, 1980s. 13. Albert Einstein at the Grand Canyon, 1922. 14.
The History You Haven't Seen Before
Brazil, in the beginning Pius XII and Hitler The King Rare Beatles photos Osama bin Laden and his family Titanic Then Titanic Today Fall of the Berlin Wall All forms of Coca-Cola bottles John Lennon shortly before his death Real Principles Statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Albert Einstein Charlie
The World News Headlines Today, April 17th, 2017
The News Today on Monday 17th April 2017 • Turkey’s President Tightens Grip • Cool Jeweler Locks Thief in Vault • First Female Boston Marathon Runner Returns • US Loses Patience with North Korea • Chaplin Lookalikes Set World Record Quote of the Day What is better than wisdom? Woman.
The Most Incredible Street Performances in the World!
Click Here to Watch The New Charlie Chaplin If you fondly remember Charlie Chaplin's films, this performance, filmed in London, England, will bring a smile to your face. Click Here to Watch The Invisible Man A short video of what seems to be a man who's not there...
Found It! Rare Old Photos of Famous People.
Robert Redford and Paul Newman Ernest Hemingway Kirk Douglas Jamie Lee Curtis 5James Dean, Liz Taylor and Eartha Kitt James Dean, Liz Taylor and Eartha Kitt John Cleese Sean Connery Frank Sinatra Errol Flynn Bill Cosby Sally Field Stan Laurel [suited] Charlie Chaplin [2nd left bottom row] Elton John
If Only I Could Step Back in Time to These Glorious Days
Indira Gandhi, Charlie Chaplin and Jawaharlal Nehru in Switzerland, 1953. 15 Vintage Photos of Famous Subjects photos, classic, black and white, famous, baba recommends, B&W, subjects Witness a moment from the lives of some classic famous subjects in a time that has gone by.
12 Animated Photos of Weird & Satisfying Machines
Automation technology has made manufacturing a quick and practically effortless job, but the machines that do this seem like they were taken of a science fiction movie, or perhaps a Charlie Chaplin film.
Peek Inside This Historical Photo Album of Famous Faces
Universe competition John and Jackie Kennedy in a photo booth, 1953 John Wayne takes a vacation in the 40s Tyrannical dictator Fidel Castro enjoying his freedom while visiting Moscow Helen Keller meets Charlie Chaplin Albert Einstein as a child Tolstoy at age 20 Winston Churchill wearing an old fashioned
Take a Trip Down Memory Lane with These Rare Photographs
Queen Elizabeth II takes her children Charlie and Annie for a spin, 1957. Marilyn Monroe gives herself a fright, 1950. A dignified lady taking her croc for a stroll, 1950. A wood chopping contest in Sydney, 1957. Traffic stops in New York for a mother cat, 1925. Testing lipstick at a factory, 1950.
These Windows Into History Always Fascinate Me
Charlie Chaplin appears on a public street in New York, 1918. SS soldiers in typical order during an assembly of the Third Reich. Japan's fatal attack on Pearl Harbor, which caused the U.S. to enter the World War II, December 1941.
Rare Photos From Decades Gone By Show What Life Was Like
Selfies, 1920s style 1960s Venice: Coca-Cola advertisement, using pigeons American Gothic real life models next to their claim to fame 1970s Russia: a man feeds polar bears milk John Lennon’s last photo 1950s segregation: Memphis Zoo Albert Einstein meets Charlie Chaplin Ruth Malcomson, Miss America
Prize Moments in the Lives of World Famous Figures
1985 Yuri Gagarin, a skeleton and his friend Bruce Willis at 22 years old Bruce Lee, the cha-cha champion, Hong Kong, 1958 Marilyn Monroe opens the football match between the USA-Israel, New York, 1959 Pele playing guitar during the World Cup of football in 1970 Marlene Dietrich plays the musical saw Charlie
Here Are 16 Rare Photographs the World Needs to See
Charlie Chaplin, with his spectacular wife, Una (1944). [related_articles] This is what Dubai was like back in 1965. This lady was excited to be behind the wheel (1900s). These two Florida ladies knew how to celebrate Halloween (1954). One Albert Einstein, enjoying his time with the Hopi (1931).
10 Historical Facts That Are Really Hard to Believe
The Charlie Chaplin contest Image Source: Insomnia/ Flickr According to gossip columns from the 1920s, Charlie Chaplin once entered a Charlie Chaplin lookalike competition, and after performing his famous walk, the famous silent cinema actor reportedly came in 27th place.
18 Moments of History that Shed Light On Different Times
Charlie Chaplin on a film set of a burning circus - 1926. 5. People standing in a hallway on furniture, trying to listen in on what is going on in the peace committee in Paris's Versailles Palace - 1919. 6.
History Really Starts to Come Alive When You Add Color
When Albert Einstein met Charlie Chaplin 11. Italian Immigrants arriving on Ellis Island, 1905 12. A portrait of Abraham Lincoln, 1860 13. Austria's Archduke Franz Ferdinand, whose assassination triggered WWI 14. Thomas Edison on one of his camping trips, 1921 15.
These 1900s Colored Photos are the First Ever Taken
Charlie Chaplin, 1918 14. Woman smoking opium, 1915 15. Two girls in oriental costume, 1908 16. Outdoor market Paris, France, 1914 17. Autochrome of Mark Twain, 1908 18. Air balloons, Paris, France, 1914 19. Van Besten painting in his garden, 1912 20.
Step into the Past with These Rare 20th Century Snaps
A young Charlie Chaplin, aged 27, in 1916. Queen Elizabeth back when she was a princess, during her military service in World War II. A photo depicting Che Guevara and Fidel Castro. Martin Luther King with his son, removing a burnt cross from their front yard in 1960.
When History is Captured on Camera, the Results Are Epic
Charlie Chaplin playing in a baseball game for the charity Red Cross, 1917 ( Acidcow ) 14. President John F. Kennedy shakes the hand of a teenage Bill Clinton ( Reddit ) 15.