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1/150 Favorite Films
The Kid (1921) starring Charlie Chaplin, Jackie Coogan and Edna Purviance.
One of the finest examples of child acting I have ever come across. Jackie Coogan and Charlie Chaplin have such amazing chemistry in the heartbreaking tale of the little tramp taking in an orphaned child. I adore this film and find myself weeping at every viewing. Chaplin at his finest.
Cary Grant channeling exactly how I feel today.
“Poor Jeanne, she’s got laryngitis. She can’t speak a word…ain’t that beautiful?”
“He’s shooting a film in my area right now, and he takes a ton of time when he has a break to meet & greet, sign, do photos. He’s a very nice guy. This is a friend of mine’s child.” (x)
#your days are numbered to the seventh son of the seventh son
Benson & Stabler
HE KNOWS BECAUSE IT’S ALREADY STARTED
Gregory Peck (5 April 1916 - 12 June 2003)
“I just do things I really enjoy. I enjoy acting. When I’m driving to the studio, I sing in the car. I love my work and my wife and my kids and my friends. And I think, “You’re a lucky man, Gregory Peck, a damn lucky man.”
It’s not my fault that all the fluent Italian I can speak happens to only be from Dean Martin songs
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