THE CENTENARY OF THE LITTLE TRAMP – Tuesday, February 4th, 6:20 pm, BFI Southbank, London

via the Charlie Chaplin Official Facebook page:

This is the launch of David Robinson’s fabulous new book on Charlie Chaplin, THE WORLD OF LIMELIGHT, published by the Cineteca di Bologna. David Robinson will make a presentation about the Little Tramp and his new finds, and there will be a few other goodies organised by Bryony Dixon of the BFI and Cecilia Cenciarelli of Cineteca di Bologna.

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  1. Paulette looked like she could be anybody's true 'pal'. The scene where she sets the tramps place at a table and his chair goes through the shack's floor when he sits was sweet. She hurriedly moves the table to a spot where the floor won't collapse and reseats him. C'est amore.I am glad an old studio like Cineteca is refurbished and up and running again. So many actors had a soft spot for it when it was going to be closed. The Scorcese film 'Nine'was made there with Day-Lewis as the Felini-esque director. I loved seeing him shoot the scenes from his directors chair and getting to see a real live working set.

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