The Tramp: 100 Years Later


In the run up to the 86th Academy Awards, Charlie Chaplin’s granddaughters, Carmen and Dolores Chaplin, along with Mann & Miller with the support of Jaeger-LeCoultre and Alliance Renault Nissan hosted a private screening and intimate dinner to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the iconic silent film, The Tramp, in West Hollywood, CA.

Sir Charlie Chaplin c. 1920

Charlie Chaplin rose to international fame as a filmmaker, actor and pioneer in the silent film era and is credited as being one of the most influential figures in film history. In a career that spanned more than seven decades and 80 films, Chaplin’s iconic turn in The Tramp is among his most well-known and beloved performances.

As supporters of the world of cinema and creative ingenuity, Jaeger-LeCoultre joined Carmen Chaplin in paying homage to the unique achievements of her grandfather Charlie Chaplin.

Director and Actress Carmen Chaplin/Photo Credit: Getty Images

The night began with a private screening of two short films, A Time For Everything and The Innovators; both films directed by Carmen Chaplin and produced by Mann & Miller/Kwanon Films. Guests were then escorted to a private dining area where they were served an elegant dinner. 

Special guests in attendance included: Carmen ChaplinDolores ChaplinBenjamin CiaramelloBianca Brandolini d’AddaCarly SteelCaroline SieberDita Von Teese,Isis SamassaLaura HarringLawrence BenderLinh-Dan PhamPaz VegaPoppy Delevingne, and more.


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