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Live orchestral screenings of Easy Street, The immigrant and the Adventurer


“The London Sinfonietta”:http://www.londonsinfonietta.org.uk/home/home.html presents Benedict Mason’s ChaplinOperas in a 6 date UK tour which includes a London performance at The Coronet, the South London venue where the young Chaplin first performed on stage.
From Saturday 24 February to Tuesday 6 March 2007

For more information, please see: “London Sinfonietta”:http://www.londonsinfonietta.org.uk/home/home.html


Fundraising live orchestral screening of The Pilgrim


Fundraising live orchestral screening of The Pilgrim (1922) in aid of:
- Thurston County Food Bank
- Union Gospel Mission Free Dental Clinic

On February 24, 2007 in the First Christian Church.
With a 13 piece professional orchestra conducted by Timothy Brock.

For more information, please see: “First Christian Church”:http://www.firstchristianolympia.org


Small exhibition


Exhibition from 16th April to 1st May 2007 in a commercial centre in St Gallen (Switzerland).
A Chaplin fan, Daniel Bertsch will present his collection of figurines, merchandising items, stamps, posters, so that children of the small town can share his enthusiasm for Chaplin. Clips from “The Kid”, “The Gold Rush” and “Modern Times” will be screened.

Please see: “Santispark”:http://www.saentispark.ch


BBC Radio 3 "Chaplin, Celebrity and Modernity"


The BBC Radio 3 programm “Chaplin, Celebrity and Modernity” will be broadcast on the 4th of March at 21.30 on “BBC Radio 3”:http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3
Introduced by Mark Kermode


Musical cards


Beautiful musical cards with music and images from “City Lights”:/articles/4 and “Modern Times”:/articles/6
Available from “Hallmark”:http://www.hallmark.com



Book "The unparalleled career of the Little Tramp"


“Charles Chaplin’s Little Tramp is the supreme icon of motion pictures—still recognized and loved throughout the world, more than 90 years since he first burst on the screen. The shabby little figure – with derby hat, too-tight jacket, oversized boots and pants, dandified bow tie, and swagger cane – seemed to symbolize the hopes and fears, defeats and optimism of all humanity. Chaplin’s own biography was a rags-to-riches story that saw the product of a destitute childhood in Victorian London become one of Hollywood’s first millionaires and the owner of his own studio before he was 30. His supreme gift was to transform his experience and knowledge of the human lot into comedy, for which his invention and skill have never been surpassed. […]”

  • Edited by “Taschen”:http://www.taschen.com/pages/en/catalogue/books/film/all/facts/03987.htm
  • Editor: Duncan, Paul
  • Text: Robinson, David
  • Photos: Roy Export Company Establishment
  • Flexicover, 14×19.5 cm (5.5×7.7 in.), 192 pages Icon