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Musso & Frank’s career arc has spanned almost a century
Fourteen ways to celebrate February 14 in classic style
In a galaxy not so very far away
Cinecon Film Festival Tour visits Chaplin's, Keaton's, and Lloyd's Hollywood
Ask Chris: Does Grauman’s Chinese Theater remove the hand and footprints of old stars to make way for new ones?
Our in-house historian has the answer
When the Jim Henson Company bought a former film studio in 1999, it dressed a statue of Kermit as the Little Tramp in honor of the lot’s founder
Enjoy these ultra-rare snaps of Charlie Chaplin lunching, Mary Pickford greeting the census man, and a long-gone tiki palace on Rodeo Drive
The museum has acquired an original photo of their "Tramp" outfit, the only complete costume for the Chaplin character still around
The century-old institution houses 35 million objects. Here are some of our favorites.
Charlie Chaplin’s little tramp conspires to give a blind flower girl back her sight and also to give the movies back their hush after they irrevocably had entered the era of sound.