As seen in the documentary “Unknown Chaplin, The Great Director”
This was a home movie taken on the set of “City Lights” by Charlie’s friend Ralph Barton in 1929. It was in the 1970’s it was discovered by a nephew of Ralph Barton’s. An extraordinary find.
Here he goofs around a bit for Ralph’s benefit. The film shows Charlie behind the camera, including working the pivotal scene where the tramp and the flower girl meet.
do not ever take a white girl’s iphone
this badass chick is sticking up for herself and youre really still gonna degrade her into the white girl stereotype
DO YOU FUCKING SEE THIS. AFTER SHE KNEW HER PURSE-HITS WERE FUTILE SHE FUCKING THREW THAT SHIT ACROSS THE FLOOR AND KICKED HIM SO HARD IN THE BALLS THAT ASSHOLE WILL NEVER GET A CHANCE TO REPRODUCE, THEN FUCKING ROUNDHOUSE KICKED HM IN THE FACE. IN A FUCKING FLOUNCY ASS SKIRT.
THE AMOUNT OF LOVE I HAVE FOR THESE TYPES OF GIFS ARE INFINITE
I love how the person walking by went to help, but then she is all like ‘naaah she got this’
She kicked him so hard she stepped back for a second
she didn’t so much kicked him as much as she pushed off his face with her foot.
From the artist: “Last year I was commissioned by Bryan Cranston’s assistant to design the actor a custom Christmas gift that wasn’t wall art or apparel. So I decided to create the packaging for a faux animated Christmas special starring Cranston and his fellow Breaking Bad co-stars.” More pics here.