Charlie Chaplin took the silent film era by storm in 1914 when his first film, “Making a Living” debuted on February 2.
He was one of the most iconic figures to fashion the toothbrush mustache when he first added it to his costume for his Mack Sennett silent comedies beginning in 1914. He claimed that the mustache - depicted here in a beautiful photograph courtesy of NYPL’s Billy Rose Theater Collection - added to his comical appearance while still allowing the audience to still see his expressions.
Happy Mustache Monday!
It’s more like a long hard week! But thank God its over and done with. I don’t work this Thursday nor Friday! BUT there is no stopping. I’m near a deadline so gots to make the best of these days off!
Im happy to say that for these two days i won’t have to deal with screams….someone biting my finger off…..or vomit! yes, i said vomit! it’s been crazy at work.
….but when i get home to you, i find the things that you do will make me feel alright.
It’s more like the things i hear on the phone that make me feel alright. :)