Nearly half an hour of silent behind-the-scenes color B-roll footage capturing Charlie Chaplin directing The Great Dictator sometime in 1939 or 1940. Discovered in 2002, this was captured on 16mm Kodachrome film by Charlie’s half-brother, Sydney. Watch: http://cinephilearchive.tumblr.com/post/67579850270/nearly-half-an-hour-of-silent-behind-the-scenes
Behind the scene of the all time best Film "The Gold Rush" The film was released on 1925, known as one of the best charlie chaplin films ever made. Filmmakersfans.com added the best behind the scene snaps of this film. Let us know the feedback after reading this
Charlie Chaplin Directing City Lights. Charlie Chaplin is for the ageless, and in this rare 3 minute behind the scenes video, we are graced by the director while making the classic City Lights with a voice-over narration by Chaplin historian Hooman Mehran providing insight into Chaplin’s filmmaking process.
Charlie Chaplin during production of final scenes, “The Gold Rush” “The final scenes was shot aboard “The Lark”, April 1925 Also on board Georgia Hale & Mack Swain. The scenes were shot while the boat...