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Liu Jo Chaplin clothes

Liu Jo 2008 Chaplin Collection now available through their stores in Europe
Trendy womens tops bearing the Little Tramp image.
Congratulations to Liu Jo for their creativity !

Have a look on the new products in our SHOP SECTION !

Unfortunately, Liu Jo does not have an online shop.

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Basic House clothes

Some brand new Chaplin clothes from South Korea !

“The Basic House website”:

Have a look !

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And the (smaller big) winner is...

Congratulations to all the children who took part in our competition and who appreciate Chaplin’s films so young !


h2. 1St Prize : “Israelhatikvah”:/users/449.

You MUST SEE the whole set of pictures. The one Israelhatikvah won for is the only picture posted before the deadline, but they all deserve a Prize. Bravo ! They are irresistible !


h2. 2nd Prize : “Jolie Albee”:/users/536

When we saw both Israelhatikvah’s and Jolie Albee’s sets of pictures we really wished there had been more children participating in the competition. In those wide eyes staring at you one could recognize something of Chaplin at the ending of “City Lights”. Bravo again.


h2. 3rd Prize : “Mein”:/users/366

“Watch out! The policeman is just behind you !!!”

Congratulations to all again and don’t hesitate to send more lookalikes, no matter if the competiton is finished, we really enjoy them a lot here at the Association, And I’m sure you do too.

PS : “Jolie Albee” and “Mein” Pictures were posted after the 25th of December deadline but they had sent pictures before which were lost as stated “here”:/ublogs/51. They were therefore easily recouped and remained eligible.

And the winner is...

Happy New Year to everyone !

Congratulations to the winners.

They have been calculated/determined by your ratings and level of participation (the more rates the more weight your vote had on the average).


h2. 1St Prize : “Meeximus”:/users/286.

Apart from the image she has won for (this beautiful evocation of “Gold Rush”) you’ll find on “her personal page”:/users/286 a great set of fun and creative pictures.

PS : don’t forget to click on the pictures to enlarge them.


h2. 2nd Prize “h_essay”:/users/200

“h_essay”:/users/200 has many great pictures as well, we find both touching and funny (like the one where she makes a face at Buster Keaton). And we would like to thank her for the refreshing enthusiasm she has shown on our website.


h2. 3rd Prize “silent_twenties”:/users/131

“silent_twenties”:/users/131 made a great homage to “the kid”, we believe it’s a shame they didn’t get better ratings, she still has won the third prize for this very Chaplin-like picture of the little tramp sleeping on a bench.


h2. 4th Prize : “dingoesatmycamera”:/users/352

“dingoesatmycamera”:/users/352 finally fourth prize for this well designed picture echoing a famous picture of Charlie Chaplin in his 50s. Great work!

We thank all of you for your photos, enthusiasm and homage to Charlie Chaplin.

Keep in touch, we hope to organize a new competition soon…

Slapstick - Bristol's silent comedy festival

“Slapstick Silent Comedy Festival: 17th-20th January 2008”:

Special Gala on Friday 18 January 19.30 at Colston Hall

Paul Merton hosts this special Slapstick Gala, featuring the world première of Timothy Brock’s reworking of Chaplin’s score for his greatest silent comedy “The Gold Rush”:/en/articles/5 performed by the 15 piece Emerald Ensemble. With additional comedy shorts, including Laurel and Hardy classic Leave’em Laughing and special guests Paul McGann and Christopher Chaplin.

Fee: £15.00 full / £12.00 concessions & Bristol Silents members / £5.00 children (under 12)
From Colston Hall Box Office: (0117) 922 3686 or colstonhall.or
“More info”:

San Francisco projections

  • A Dog’s Life
  • Shoulder Arms
  • “The Circus”:/en/articles/1

Saturday, December 8, 2007

2:30 pm: A Dog’s Life, The Idle Class and Shoulder Arms
By Charles Chaplin (releases 1918/1921)

4:50 pm: “The Circus”:/en/articles/1
By Charles Chaplin (1928)
35 mm print from MK2 France

“More info”:

Screening of City Lights New York

From December 25 to January 1 2008

In Film Forum
209 W Houston St, New York, NY 10014
Box Office: (212) 727-8110
Contact Film Forum

1:30, 3:25, 5:20, 7:15, 9:10

“If only one of Chaplin’s films could be preserved, “City Lights”:/en/articles/4 would come the closest to representing all the different notes of his genius. It contains the slapstick, the pathos, the pantomime, the effortless physical coordination, the melodrama, the bawdiness, the grace, and, of course, the Little Tramp — the character said at one time to be the most famous image on earth.” Roger Ebert.