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We should have had talk from Rebecca and Ivanhoe and the soft lady Rowena which would embarrass a tramp in our day.
One is reminded of how a proper 1915 mother felt about the Tramp in critic James Agee's autobiographical novel, A Death in the Family (this posthumously published work won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1958).
Chaplin had originated his character of the Tramp in the short Auto Races at Venice [1914] and, thus, his Tramp pre-dated the Hollywood studio era in which the so-called studios, such as MGM, Paramount and Warner, were more akin to factories than workplaces for artists.
Still, as the awkwardly vulnerable Tramp struggles to keep up with the pace of the assembly line and exhibits the stress imposed by a repetitive and accelerating work routine, Chaplin makes clear that he has enlisted the Tramp in order to engage with the pitched debates of the era.
Who sang He's A Tramp in the Disney film Lady And The Tramp?
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SMELLS LIKE BEEM SPIRIT A wide selection of drift cars took part and not a tramp in sight
Wurruck,' says the tramp in a thick Irish brogue after removing a 'villainous-looking clay pipe' from his lips, 'was made for niggers.
He got Tramp in 2003, after his former guide dog retired.
Tim Cresswell, The Tramp in America (London: Reaktion Books 2001) Todd DePastino, Citizen Hobo: How a Century of Homelessness Shaped America (Chicago: University of Chicago Press 2003)
In ``Modern Times'' he calls himself a factory worker but as Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, the writers/directors of ``Rosetta,'' rightly point out in the documentary, Chaplin was still playing the Tramp in the film, complete with the shoes.
TWO teenage friends accused of setting fire to a tramp in a street had earlier shown an ``unhealthy interest'' in a burning car.