Chaplin. Source: Imgur. CHARLIE CHAPLIN was at a party in 1915 when the discussion turned to hypnotism. A woman he had never met before said she didn' t believe Chaplin Source: Imgur CHARLIE CHAPLIN was at a party in 1915 when the discussion turned to hypnotism A woman he had never met before said she didn' t believe
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CHARLIE CHAPLIN was at a
party in 1915 when the
discussion turned to hypnotism.
A woman he had never met
before said she didn' t believe
an one could h notise her.
C a lin bet her that he
com do it in under a minute.
She agreed.
Chaplin had her stand with her
back to the wall. He moved
around her dramatically, staring
into her eyes. as the timer
counted down.
Then he leaned in and whispered, "Fake it."
She immediately swooned, shocking the other
guests and "winning Chaplin his MD.
The woman was Edna Pursuance.
Chaplin made her his leading lad and kept her
on the payroll for the rest o her life.'
Jamal;
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as BE
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#21 - diablojoe
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"Fake it"


"What? No! **** you!"


Loses $10
#50 to #21 - lastsamurai
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10$ in 1915 was 500,000 million rupee's.
#60 to #50 - diablojoe
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Dayyum, think what you could do with all them
#120 to #60 - jakatackka
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Not be able to carry them all
#70 to #60 - anon id: 0d7fc1bc
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dat trifirce
User avatar #121 to #50 - cloudshadowevil
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Its more like 150$ in our modern times.
User avatar #24 to #21 - ihatem
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Saves all those payroll checks
#1 - heafi
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#43 to #1 - lillamy
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I'm happy that Chaplin is coming to FJ. That way I can finally spread my 122 gifs with him.
I'm happy that Chaplin is coming to FJ. That way I can finally spread my 122 gifs with him.
User avatar #85 to #43 - digitroll
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holy **** 122? ...I'm looking forward to this
#98 to #85 - lillamy
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Oh really?
Oh really?
#100 to #98 - lillamy
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Although many of them are small and ugly and "dafuq I can't see ****"ish.
Although many of them are small and ugly and "dafuq I can't see ****"ish.
User avatar #103 to #100 - digitroll
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And that's why I'm young with good eyesight and an imagination. If I can't see it i damn sure will try
User avatar #99 to #98 - digitroll
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Damn he has some of the coolest gifs ever. One day I will light my cigar with a gun. And yes really
#101 to #99 - lillamy
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<-- On another note, that's a real lion.
<-- On another note, that's a real lion.
User avatar #102 to #101 - digitroll
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I would've shat my pants
#104 to #102 - lillamy
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Flirty Charlie #1
Flirty Charlie #1
#106 to #104 - lillamy
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Flirty Charlie #2
Flirty Charlie #2
#107 to #106 - lillamy
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Flirty Charlie #3
Flirty Charlie #3
#108 to #107 - lillamy
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Flirty Charlie #4
Flirty Charlie #4
User avatar #105 to #104 - digitroll
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was that even legal back in his day?
#109 to #105 - lillamy
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Apparently it was. It's the 20's so anything nude would be banned, but a quick look like that didn't do any harm.   
   
&lt;-- Oh, and the cane got spanked afterwards.
Apparently it was. It's the 20's so anything nude would be banned, but a quick look like that didn't do any harm.

<-- Oh, and the cane got spanked afterwards.
User avatar #110 to #109 - digitroll
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I give you the gift of as many thumbs as I can give good sir/madam, I've never seen anything but gifs of him but there's no wonder he was so famous
#111 to #110 - lillamy
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I would love to say &quot;go check his movies&quot; but there are very few people today who actually find the joy in silent movies, sadly.   
   
I can, however, recommend to watch one of the many documentaries about him. He's really one of the most interesting persons ever in movie-history.
I would love to say "go check his movies" but there are very few people today who actually find the joy in silent movies, sadly.

I can, however, recommend to watch one of the many documentaries about him. He's really one of the most interesting persons ever in movie-history.
User avatar #112 to #111 - digitroll
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I am perfectly fine with silent movies, my question to you is which one is your favorite? I would have no idea where to start.
#114 to #112 - lillamy
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Hm.. That depends. If you want a tearjerker and a full movie to start with, I would say City Lights. That movie goes straight to the heart. Another one of his more popular movies is The Kid, which is also a tearjerker (though I prefer City Lights).   
   
Then we have The Great Dictator and Limelight who both is talkies and movies where he's playing other characters than The Tramp (though the jew in TGD looks exactly like him). I find Limelight to be very hard to watch though, because it's a very very dark movie.   
   
And if you just want to laugh and not have a full movie, then pick a random one from his early movies: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Chaplin_filmography
Hm.. That depends. If you want a tearjerker and a full movie to start with, I would say City Lights. That movie goes straight to the heart. Another one of his more popular movies is The Kid, which is also a tearjerker (though I prefer City Lights).

Then we have The Great Dictator and Limelight who both is talkies and movies where he's playing other characters than The Tramp (though the jew in TGD looks exactly like him). I find Limelight to be very hard to watch though, because it's a very very dark movie.

And if you just want to laugh and not have a full movie, then pick a random one from his early movies: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Chaplin_filmography
User avatar #118 to #114 - digitroll
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Thank you for your insight, I shall do just that and you have a wonderful day!
#119 to #118 - lillamy
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You too!
You too!
User avatar #10 - tuned
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probably not the only thing she fakes
#89 to #10 - wtfduud
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User avatar #57 to #10 - bushingenna
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your profile pic is a good expression for that
#12 - hunterdubb
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(06/22/2013) [-]
he once again said that later that night.



Just kidding he's Charlie Chaplin
#27 - crazyolitis
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Charlie Chaplin once went to a Charli Chaplin look-a-like contest. And lost.
#115 to #27 - lillamy
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Didn't he enter that one while he wasn't in costume?

<-- Because, y'know, he looked like this when he wasn't playing The Tramp.
User avatar #53 to #27 - IAmManbearpig
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well he looked much different out of costume, so if he went in casual clothes, he wouldn't look how most people pictured him. especially since the mustache was fake.
#44 to #27 - perfide
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I read somewhere it was because he were to the contest wearing casual clothes, while all the other were in costume. Still, he got the third place.
User avatar #41 to #27 - greenstrongworld
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He actually got third place and I believe it was after he had faked his death. Which was what started the contest.
User avatar #17 - missrainbowdash
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oh to be 1915 again when the hitler mustache is still innocent.
User avatar #90 to #17 - wtfduud
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Only 1910ers remember that.
User avatar #20 to #17 - fistoftheaxis
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Or maybe 1933, when the Chaplin mustache became dangerous.
#31 - koltan
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#49 to #31 - psugo
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that's not very internety

nobody gives a **** about hurting people with jokes
User avatar #84 to #49 - articulate
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lolol fuk u
#26 - warioteam
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User avatar #45 to #26 - omfgitsstsix
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Charlie Chaplin suave as ****.
User avatar #28 to #26 - trollchildxy
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Someone reverse that Gif, would look funny.
#33 to #28 - newforomador
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User avatar #34 to #33 - vortexrain
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Ya pussy stank.
User avatar #88 to #33 - trollchildxy
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Thank you tremendously. Exactly the feeling i thought XD

She even looks away sadly and he looks down at her condescendingly.
#54 to #26 - lolchris
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User avatar #5 to #4 - madshatter
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but she is hot potato
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#18 - beerholder
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Chaplin - the RDJ of the early 20th century. Played by RDJ in the late 20th century.
User avatar #19 to #18 - demandsgayversion
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They look so damn alike, and both are among the greatest actors of their time. I wonder if they're related.
User avatar #46 to #19 - chiefrunnyjeans
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no
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User avatar #37 to #18 - fukkendragonite
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Please dear God make sure this never happens.
User avatar #39 to #37 - themastermorris
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It already did actually. And to be honest, RDJ did a pretty damn good job of it
User avatar #69 to #37 - guymandude
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happened already. and correct me if I'm wrong but I'm pretty sure the movie was critically acclaimed.


You dirty uncultured ****.
User avatar #76 to #69 - fukkendragonite
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Seriously? ******* hell, I cannot stand Robert Downey Jr.
#80 to #76 - mondprinzessin
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User avatar #78 to #69 - fukkendragonite
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Hang on... How does that make me uncultured exactly?
User avatar #92 to #78 - guymandude
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because you were unaware of a movie about one of America's greatest film stars that has been out for over a decade.
User avatar #93 to #92 - fukkendragonite
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A film about one of America's greatest film stars- featuring one of the worst plagues on the film industry in world history.

I could have happily gone my whole life without hearing about this...
User avatar #94 to #93 - guymandude
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two possibilities:

1) you are a blatant troll that is failing badly

2) you are one of those contrarian douchebags who has no reason to hate something other than the fact that everyone else likes it

you disgusting uneducated marsupial.
User avatar #95 to #94 - fukkendragonite
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Or possibility 3:

I don't like RDJ.

Tried considering that one?
User avatar #97 to #95 - guymandude
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not at all.

Mostly because it is pretty difficult to hate an actor who has received consistent critical acclaim throughout their career, without doing it purely out of spite of that actor's popularity.

you greasy untamed rodent.
#113 to #95 - darthblam
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Before I call you an asshole, might as I ask who you think some GOOD actors are? If you think Robert of all people is "one of the worst plagues on the film industry in the world history."

Actually.. for that I call you an asshole anyway, but still.. I ask.. who do YOU think are good actors.
#56 to #37 - darthblam
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The film was done years ago, RDJ did an amazing job as Chaplin.
#122 to #18 - ladydicknigger
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sauce?