Sunday and Monday: see "The Tramp at War," a program of Charlie Chaplin’s war films, as part of our World War I series.
[The Great Dictator. 1940. USA. Directed by Charles Chaplin]
This Artist Turned a Bad Habit into Insane, Junk Food-Drenched Art
Jesse Moynihan, Forming Volume 1, 2009
"I was about to leave for work the other day, so I stopped in her room to wake her up. And the first thing she said was: ‘Dad, I need a surprise.’
I said: ‘You need a what?’
She said: ‘I need a surprise.’
So I ran to the store and got her a doll, brought it to her, and went to work.”
"My happiest moments were when my mom was still alive."
"What’s your fondest memory of your mother?"
"One time when I was six years old, we went to pick up my father at the airport. On the way, my mother explained to me the concept of boarding a plane and taking a trip. And then while we waited for my father, we sat in a nearby restaurant, and we planned out all the imaginary trips that I wanted to go on."