When Charlie Chaplin Went Anti fascist

When Charlie Chaplin Went Anti fascist

Paperblanks Celebrates Cinema Great Charlie Chaplin and his Famous Speech in "The great Dictator"

Paperblanks Charlie Chaplin Collection Includes Notebooks, a Document Folder, Manuscript Box and Pencil Case

Paperblanks celebrates Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977) with a collection of Notebooks, a Document Folder, Manuscript Box and Pencil Case.

The English actor, filmmaker and composer became a silent film era super star with his tramp character. He used his first talky, The Great Dictator, to satirize Hitler Germany. The well known final speech, where Chaplin mocked Hitler has been reproduced on the cover of the notebooks, manuscript box and pencil case by Paperblanks. The back cover of the notebooks, Document Folder, pencil case and manuscript box show a duotone art of Charlie Chaplin's famous tramp character.

Dress up your workspace at home or in the office with with a manuscript box for documents or office nick-knacks and essentials. Use the pencil case to keep your writing essentials together and the document folders to carry work from the home office to meetings outside the home.

This collection makes for great gifts for movie buffs, WW2 Historians and yes anti-fascists, which was not controversial in our greatest generation and one would hope is something we all aspire to be in a democracy.

Find inspiration in one of the most important figures in the history of film and release your creative genius with the new Paperblanks Charlie Chaplin collection.


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