Chaplin mania indicated by many would-be imitators of his style. From before 1920.
You too could look like Charlie Chaplin if you followed instructions in this fanzine, c. 1920.
From circa 1921, "Charlie and the Kid" shows Mildred getting the last laugh on Chaplin.
From 1927, "The Gold Rush" shows Charlie escaping with alimony payments: an anti-Chaplin editorial cartoon from the Lita Grey divorce.
One editorialist's correct prediction that the icon Charlie would avoid being tarnished by Lita Grey's charges.
Circa 1935, Charlie and Hitler are compared by a curious cartoonist.
An announcement of Charles Chaplin's birth.
Keystone announces some of Chaplin's first films.
An announcement for the 1970s revival of some Chaplin films.
Text copyright (C)1995 by David A. Gerstein