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 Mabel Normand - The Female Chaplin, The Original Chaplin love interest..
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Posted: Sep 23 2007, 03:04 PM


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MABEL NORMAND
-The Female Chaplin-



'The wind blew me into pictures..'



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'Mabel was like..like a French-Irish girl, as gay as a
wisp, and she was also Spanish-like and brooding..
Mabel was frisky, as skittery as a waterbug and oh,
my Lord, how pretty!
She turned any place into an uproar..'


MACK SENNETT


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'Pretty, dashing Mabel calls herself "The Airman's
Hoodoo" - her claim is based on the fact that the
two men with whom she accepted invitations to
'sky ride' were killed in flights made within a few
weeks after they took her up. Mabel had a penchant
for dashing men, even if they tumbled terminally
from the sky'


'KEYSTONE'
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............'A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure.'............
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Posted: Sep 23 2007, 03:46 PM


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Now thats how you make an entrance!! Welcome Chaps


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Posted: Sep 23 2007, 05:54 PM


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Mack Sennett's
-TILLIE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE-
(1914)



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Charlie Chaplin / Mabel Normand / Marie Dressler


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The very first feature length comedy, and actually pretty
funny in places despite the heavy handed direction from Sennett.
It's pretty clear that the best scenes are those imprompu moments
from Chaplin & Mabel, who along with F. Richard. Jones
directed pretty much everything of any worth at Keystone. But
when Mack wanted to put the hat on, no one questioned his right to.
Most of the copies available are in a tatty old state, but some magic
still shines through, and the chemistry between Charlie & Mabel is clear.


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Nice to be onboard.
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