"True Heart Susie" (1919)
Harold Lloyd plays peek-a-boo in “Young Mr. Jazz” (1919)
Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd are robbed by pickpockets in “Young Mr. Jazz” (1919)
Harold Lloyd c. 1919
Photo by Albert Witzel (It was at this portrait sitting at the Witzel studios, and in a different pose that the infamous “prop” bomb exploded, landing Lloyd in the hospital and permanently injuring/disfiguring his right hand).
1919 - Charlie Chaplin shows the Bishop of Birmingham how he gets into his tramp persona.
'The joyous travelers' by Maud Lindsay and Emilie Poulsson, illustrated by W. M. Berger. Published 1919 by Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co., Boston.
See the complete book here.
Love the tramp like expression on his face :)
Charlie Chaplin, after signing his $1 million (approx 13 million in 2014) contract with “First National” built his own studio, breaking ground in Autumn 1917, fully completed in 1919.
Studio still stands today, though called ” Jim Henson Studios” - 1416 N. La Brea Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California
In February 1969, Chaplin Studios were designated as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument. The famous 1985 song/video “We Are the World” was recorded there - at that time owned by Music Moguls Herp Albert & Jerry Moss (A&M Records)
All of his films from “A Dog’s Life” 1918 - “Limelight” 1952 were produced there.
Pola Negri - Madame Du Barry, 1919.
Charlie Chaplin surrounded by girls, grinning like mad. Also surrounded by girls is Syd (on the left) not being too happy as it seems. 1919