TCP # 1: The Tramp

>> Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Hello Couchers! Tuesday once again and it is time for us to share another favorite movies of our choice.  This week's theme are those movies with Iconic Hat.  Here is my share:

I have heard so many stories about Charlie Chaplin, the kind of movies he makes and the way he acts.  I am kinda interested that is why my sister and me one day rented a CD of the movie he made.  Indeed his kind of movie and acting is different but funny.  If you are paying attention you will see that his movies are nice and of good quality.  Somehow touches the lives of others and the kind of life we have.  If you haven't seen any of his movies, below is the glimpse of the movie I saw:

The Tramp was Charlie Chaplin's sixth film for Essanay Studios in 1915. Directed by Chaplin, it was the fifth and last film made at Essanay's Niles, California studio.[1] The Tramp marked the beginning of The Tramp character most known today, even though Chaplin played the character in earlier films. This film marked the first departure from his more slapstick character in the earlier films, with a sad ending and showing he cared for others, rather than just himself. The film co-stars Edna Purviance as the farmer's daughter and Ernest Van Pelt as Edna's father. The outdoor scenes were filmed on location near Niles.
The Little Fellow finds the girl of his dreams and work on a family farm. He helps defend the farm against criminals, and all seems well, until he discovers the girl of his dreams already has someone in her life. Unwilling to be a problem in their lives, he takes to the road, though he is seen skipping and swinging his cane as if happy to be back on the road where he knows he belongs.

Isn't it nice?  This is my share for:


simply kim May 12, 2011 at 7:33 AM  

love Charlie Chaplin!

care to visit MINE?

Chie_Wilks May 12, 2011 at 9:22 AM  

haist, i miss posting my entry for couch potatoes na naman..i have one in mind pa naman, ang spanish hat ni Zorro hahaha

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