Charlie’s Sunday Quote

Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan in The Kid

Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan in The Kid (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


We think too much and feel too little.” ~ Charlie Chaplin

Hope you are enjoying these Sunday quotes from Charlie Chaplin and I hope you enjoy this hilarious video from Youtube of Charlie Chaplin in The Bank.


Posted by Michael ‘Charlie’ McGee

A Laugh on Tuesday: Love/Hate

This week’s Laugh on Tuesday is based on the Irish Hit Drama Series: Love/Hate! If you haven’t seen any of this yet, check it out from Series One on Youtube and see what you’ve been missing!

Love Hate 1

Love Hate 2

Love Hate 3

Love Hate 4

Love Hate 5

Love Hate 6

Love Hate 7

Love Hate 8

Love Hate 9

Love Hate 10

Love Hate 11

Love Hate 13

Love Hate 14

Love Hate 14

Love Hate 16

Love Hate 17

And now for something completely different: Adolf Hitler learns that Darren has been shot dead in Love/Hate, and even he was distraught!

Posted by Michael ‘Charlie’ McGee

Short Film: Dirty Money

Here’s a short silent film with Nenagh SIlent Film Festival Friend and Fair City actor Bryan Murray, which was directed by Kevin McGee. Let’s see if we can get it up to a thousand views.


Charlie’s Sunday Quote

English: Gandhi meets with Charlie Chaplin at ...

English: Gandhi meets with Charlie Chaplin at the home of Gandhi’s friend Dr. Chuni Lal Katial in Canning Town, London, September 22, 1931. Sarojini Naidu is standing on the right. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

What do you want meaning for? Life is desire, not meaning.” ~ Charlie Chaplin

Posted by Michael ‘Charlie’ McGee


Charlie’s Sunday Quote

Did you know that a time-traveler was spotted in one of Charlie Chaplin’s productions – The Circus. Seriously, a mature woman is seen walking across the camera shot and is seen to be holding what some people claim to be a mobile phone to her ear and this clip has been watched on Youtube, on this clip alone, over a million and a half times. Crazy stuff with plenty of reaction like:

  • Where’s the mobile phone masts?
  • Who’s she talking to?
  • It’s a walkie-talkie!

Crazy stuff, but sure why not see for yourself in the actual footage in the clip at the end of this post and make your own mind up!!!

Charlie Chaplin The CircusCharlie Chaplin: The Circus

I had no idea of the character. But the moment I was dressed, the clothes and the make-up made me feel the person he was. I began to know him, and by the time I walked onto the stage he was fully born.” ~ Charlie Chaplin

A Laugh on Tuesday

You’re welcome back again to ‘A Laugh on Tuesday”. I’ve included a clip of Laurel & Hardy taken from Way Out West. A talkie I know, but how else could we hear the hilarity of the two lads in their comical version of ‘The Trail of the Lonesome Pine‘. So tune in and enjoy.

Gene Wilder


Charlie Chaplin

South Park





Hot Babes

Cinema Staff

Scum Utd

See y’all next week then when I’ll have some more funny memes and I’ll find another Youtube clip for you to enjoy! 😀

Posted by Michael ‘Charlie’ McGee

Tony Winward Production

A Trip of the Mind

Tony Winward, who is one of our Great Supporters, has posted the following production on Youtube: A Trip of the Mind is well worth viewing and we are delighted to highlight this for Tony. If anyone else out there has any productions you want the Nenagh Silent Film Festival Social Network, please contact us and send us a link! We’d be only too delighted to help promote our supporters!

Midweek Matinee

Jay Stowitts with Rex IngramJay Stowitts as the Satyr in The Magician with Great Silent Film Director Rex Ingram, Cannes, 1926

We hope to have news soon about a Dublin screening for Rex Ingram’s The Magician, with its Nenagh-premiered live soundtrack by Eoin Mac Ionmhain. Eoin’s work is stunning, of course, but is not the only composer or performer specializing in silent film. If you’re looking for the thrill of accompanied silents, we’ll bring you occasional news of other acts to look out for.

 The Cabinet of CaligariThe Cabinet of Caligari

Minima are making a big splash on the UK circuit, beloved of everyone from the Guardian to the plaid-sideburned trend-hounds of the Daily Telegraph. As well as old favourites like Nosferatu and Caligari, they bring an eerie touch to some of the silent era’s weirder efforts.

The Seashell & the ClergymanThe Seashell & the Clergyman

One of the more exciting oddities on Minima’s list is The Seashell and the Clergyman. Written by Antonin Artaud, and heavily influenced by Freud and Surrealism, it preceded the eyeball-splitting ant-fest Un Chien Andalou by a whole year.

Un Chien Andalou Un Chien Andalou

The British Board of Film Classification gave The Seashell and the Clergyman one of the greatest reviews ever. The film was “apparently meaningless,” they said, “but if there is a meaning, it is doubtless objectionable.”

 The ClergymanThe Seashell & the Clergyman

Case closed? Judge for yourself with a slightly blurry copy here on Youtube! Don’t forget to click learn more about today’s topic and also to view of the productions that are mentioned! Till next week then!

Posted by Kevin McGee