Showing posts with label Gene Tierney. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Gene Tierney. Show all posts

Friday, March 27, 2015

Chaplin & Gene Tierney at a party at Marion Davies' home, c.1951

Tierney was probably best-known for portraying the title character in Laura (1944), a film whose score (and famous title song) was composed by David Raksin, who was Chaplin's musical assistant on Modern Times (1936)

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Chaplin watches a Circle Theater performance of The Doctor In Spite Of Himself

Charlie was closely associated with the Circle Theater in the late 1940s—directing plays (without credit) and allowing access to props from his movies. Charlie’s son, Sydney, was one of its founding members (Charlie, Jr. was also a member for a brief time).

Kathleen Freeman is addressing the audience, which includes such familiar faces as:
Elizabeth Taylor (front row, far right), Roddy McDowell is next to Taylor, Gene Tierney
 is seated between Charlie and Oona. Constance Collier is on Oona's left.
Co-founder of the Circle Theater, Jerry Epstein, is on Charlie's right.