Charlie Chaplin

Fishko Files

Chaplin's The Tramp

Thursday, February 06, 2014

It’s just a hundred years since Charlie Chaplin’s The Tramp first appeared on the silver screen and created a sensation. And it all started almost by accident.

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'Chaplin': The Man Behind The Little Tramp

Monday, October 01, 2012

For most, the name Charlie Chaplin calls to mind a tiny mustache, bowler hat, baggy pants, and a funny walk -- a whole slew of images, but all of them silent. Which perhaps makes the iconic silent film star an unlikely subject for a Broadway musical. And yet, Chaplin is at the center of one of Broadway’s newest musical productions, simply titled Chaplin.

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New Sounds Live

New Sounds Live: Silent Films with New Music by Alloy Orchestra

Friday, January 14, 2011


Experience original scores by the Alloy Orchestra to classic silent films as part of the New Sounds Live concert series on February 2, 3 & 4th, 2011, each night at 7PM at the World Financial Center's Winter Garden. There are three nights of silents to be heard and seen - Harold Lloyd's “Speedy,” Douglas Fairbanks’ “The Black Pirate,” and a trio of comedic shorts; including a Chaplin film, a Buster Keaton film, and a "Fatty" Arbuckle classic.

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