One hundred years ago on this date, a face that was to become one of the most recognized faces in the world was first illuminated on movie screens. That face was Charlie Chaplin’s, and on February 2, 1914, his first film was released in the United States.

A Chaplin Centennial: http://bit.ly/1eIeEA3

Charles C. Zoller (American, 1854-1934) Charlie Chaplin, ca. 1917-1917, Autochrome, George Eastman House Collection

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