chaplinfortheages:

I have posted this before (quite a few times :) but it is one of my favorites..Charlie Chaplin at the end of “The Circus” 1928

chaplinfortheages:

I have posted this before (quite a few times :) but it is one of my favorites..Charlie Chaplin at the end of “The Circus” 1928

fuckyeahchaplin:

Charlie on tour with the Karno Company

fuckyeahchaplin:

Charlie on tour with the Karno Company

(via fuckyeahchaplin)

lostsplendor:

Young People Drinking, 1900 (via The Selvedge Yard)

lostsplendor:

Young People Drinking, 1900 (via The Selvedge Yard)

(via theblacklacedandy)

(via theblacklacedandy)

circusofsplendor:

onceagarden:

Tilbury carriage, Les Modes May 1902 

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circusofsplendor:

onceagarden:

Tilbury carriage, Les Modes May 1902 

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(via theblacklacedandy)

nitratediva:

The blurb is from an April 1932 issue of The New Movie.

The picture is Marion Davies (photo by C.S. Bull) in the aforementioned trapeze tights. I’ll leave the rest to your imagination.

Oh, and Buster Keaton was a god. That is all.

(via fortheloveofbuster)

lostsplendor:

Seaside, 1918 via The New York Public Library

lostsplendor:

Seaside, 1918 via The New York Public Library

(via theblacklacedandy)

thisisnodream:

Buster Keaton at home.

thisisnodream:

Buster Keaton at home.

(Source: lanallure, via mrbusterkeaton)

chaplinfortheages:

IDLE CLASS - 1921

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