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The Professor - Mystery Film?


Is the unreleased film “The Professor” really “the major mystery in the Chaplin canon”?

We’ve “reconstructed” this mystery film in 2018 for the first time since 1922! 😮

Read about it in this newly published article on our website.

Watch “The Professor” here:




DESIGN A LOGO CONTEST!


Create an original logo to accompany Chaplin events and communication for 2019, the 130th anniversary of Chaplin’s birth. The winning logo will be used by the Chaplin office (Roy Export, Bubbles Incorporated) and their licensees, and by Chaplin’s World by Grévin.

The winning logo must contain the number 130, refer to Charlie Chaplin (image or name), be readable and identifiable in a 2cm x 2.5cm format, and understandable to an international audience. No more than three colours (in addition to black, white and grey) may be used. Submissions must be as Jpeg or PDF files.

The creator of the winning logo will receive 2 tickets to the fabulous CHAPLIN’S WORLD museum, and two nights for two in a double room at the 4 star Modern Times Hotel in Vevey, Switzerland.

Deadline for submissions: 5th September 2018, 23h59, Paris time.

TO SUBMIT AN ENTRY:

Firstly, please read the competition rules, here. Secondly, please send your logo proposal(s) before the deadline as a Jpeg or PDF file by e-mail to office@charliechaplin.com. In the text of the message please write the following :
- your name
- your date of birth
- your postal address
- Your phone number
- Your e-mail contact if it is different from the address that you are e-mailing from

Type, in English “I confirm that I have read and understood the competition rules & regulations” and write your name again. Any submission received without this information will be disregarded.


Meet the OG Distracted Boyfriend


As posted yesterday on Reddit and Gizmodo, and subsequently all over the internet, the “distracted boyfriend” meme has actually been around for nearly a century. Charlie Chaplin gave us the original image.

Watch the original film clip from Chaplin’s 1922 Pay Day on our Youtube channel:




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