Charlie Chaplin Cell Phone

October 27, 2010 by staff 

Charlie Chaplin Cell Phone, A Charlie Chaplin Cell Phone discovery is to find fun for the day! Charlie Chaplin, cell phone footage from the film “The Circus” was discovered by filmmaker George Clarkeof – of course, made a YouTube video to show their findings.

Here is how to break the cell phone discovery Charlie Chaplin – slow down and zoom images to show a woman who appears to speak in a black device, knuckles curled as if holding a modern day cell phone.

Could this Charlie Chaplin cell phone video is proof of time travel?

I do not think I would go so far, although their discovery is very interesting.

The comments section of your YouTube video with images of Charlie Chaplin cell phone has some excellent theories, of course.

Some point to the woman (or man, as the case may be) pulled his coat for himself protection from the sun – or hide from the camera.

But how is it that she seems to be talking about? Are you talking on a cell phone, or just mumbling to herself?

Others say it could be the day a hearing aid – the movie was filmed in the 1920 and 1900, hand hearing aids were made.

You can see some online discussion of Charlie Chaplin video cell phone here.

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