Hold your head up so high that you cannot see the people looking down on you.
Category Archives: Charlie Chaplin
Comedy and Tragedy
I thought I’d share with you my latest sketch. It is titled See It in Their Faces and was created for a special project… More on that at a later date 😉
Here is a New Song
I have a new instrumental song posted on YouTube now. I call it “Restless” and it was written from my ponderings about Charlie Chaplin. Click on the image above to take a listen. I hope you enjoy it!
“Worry more about your conscience than your reputation. Because your conscience is what you are, your reputation is what others think of you. And what others think of you is their problem.” -Charlie Chaplin
You are Beautiful (God’s Thoughts)
“That which is apparent ends. That which is subtle is never-ending.” – Charlie Chaplin Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear— but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit,Continue reading “You are Beautiful (God’s Thoughts)”
In Honor of National Classic Film Day
In celebration of such a lovely day, I have posted a new video! Starring all the “misunderstood” of old Hollywood (except Jimmy Stewart – he just wanted to be included). 😉 Go ahead and click on the YouTube image below, and I hope you enjoy the show! Enjoy your day of Classic Cinema!
My Favorite Actors: Updated and in Alphabetical Order
Here is my revised list! I would love to hear who your favorite classic actors are! Tell me in the comments if any of my guys made it into your list. Marlon Brando Humphrey Bogart James Cagney Charlie Chaplin Montgomery Clift Robert Cummings James Dean William Frawley Glenn Ford Sydney Greenstreet Oliver Hardy Alan JonesContinue reading “My Favorite Actors: Updated and in Alphabetical Order”
We think too much and feel too little. Charles Chaplin
To truly laugh, you must be able to take your pain, and play with it. – Charles Chaplin