“Charlie Chaplin: A Brief Life” Book Giveaway Twitter Contest (Week of November 24)

Book Giveaway: “Charlie Chaplin: A Brief Life” by Peter Ackroyd  — Qualifying Entry Task for this week’s  Twitter Contest

Okay, here we go… This is our first Charlie Chaplin Book Giveaway — and I’m happy to say that, in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday, we’re going to kick off our contest by giving away TWO BOOKS this week!  That said…

In order to qualify for this week’s Charlie Chaplin: A Brief Life Giveaway on Twitter, you must complete the following task by Friday, November 28 at 7PM EST (i.e. any time between now and November 28 at 7PM EST). The winner and/or winners will be selected via random drawing.

Charlie Chaplin: A Brief Life by Peter Ackroyd

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ENTRY TASK (2-parts):

1) Answer the below question via the comment section at the bottom of this blog post 

2) Then TWEET (not DM) the following message:
Just entered to win “Charlie Chaplin: A Brief Life” courtesy of @ClassicMovieHub & @doubledaypub
BY Friday, November 28, 7PM EST

THE QUESTION:
What do you love most about Charlie Chaplin? 

AND — I am happy to say that Continental United States (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, and the territory of Puerto Rico) AND Canadian entrants are eligible to enter. (see contest rules for further information)

BlogHub members ARE also eligible to win if they live within the Continental United States (as noted above) and/or Canada.

If you have any questions, please feel free to DM me on Twitter @classicmoviehub.

And if you can’t wait to win the book, you can purchase it on amazon via the below link (click on image):

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–Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub

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24 Responses to “Charlie Chaplin: A Brief Life” Book Giveaway Twitter Contest (Week of November 24)

  1. Chris Davis says:

    His resiliency, his tradgedy, most of all his artistry working when his contemporiws were just memories in biographies and magazine articles

  2. KittyPride says:

    I love the simplicity of his characters and the sweetness he could display without words

  3. Loni says:

    The way he made political statements through his brilliant comedy. He was a pioneer in the field, and there probably would be no Jon Stewart or Stephen Colbert without Charlie Chaplin.

  4. Victoria Rendon says:

    I love his honesty. He was never afraid to make a statement that he felt needed to be heard.

  5. Carl says:

    I enjoy the physicality of his characters onscreen. When you see him skate, or dance, or in a fight sequence it’s just amazing what he could do with his body. Thanks again.

  6. I love the Tramp’s tenacity and Chaplin’s creativity.

  7. Christina Sharpe says:

    I just love how he put his all into every project he worked on. He was so involved in every aspect of it.

  8. Joan O'Malley says:

    The Tramp for his physicality yet grace and his perseverance.

  9. stephanie torres says:

    That one of his favorite places to visit was the Montecito Inn in Santa Barbara, CA .

  10. I like how funny he was and he didn’t have to even talk – I wish some comedians were like that nowadays.

  11. TocksNedlog says:

    How he expressed his joy of life with every movement, every gesture.

  12. Amber Grindstaff says:

    I love watching his movies.. deep emotions in all

  13. Sanjanaa says:

    His fearlessness, his creativity, his humor, his athleticism, his mustache…honestly I could probably list a million things about him. Most of all, though, I love that he was the one that got me into silent movies. Without him, I never would have watched a single one.

  14. Michele Robertson says:

    I watch Chaplin films with my dad who, as a youngster, thought Chaplin was the best thing since the automobile. My pop, as we call him–at 86, still bowls over with the laughter of a child at the antics of Chaplin’s comedic genius!

    • Annmarie Gatti says:

      My dad introduced me to Charlie Chaplin when I was a kid too! Via The Gold Rush… Still love that movie to this day 🙂

  15. Penny Koutsogeorgas says:

    His brilliance, his passion….and his heart.

  16. Timeless comedy. Genius innovator.

  17. Barry P. says:

    I love how Chaplin’s Little Tramp embodies the everyman, and his struggle to triumph in a world that’s frequently cruel and unjust.

  18. bill norris says:

    the way he did sight gags and falls…. awesome!

  19. When I saw the Broadway musical based on the life of Charlie Chaplin ( http://wp.me/p4kzW6-j2 ) I was reminded of his stubborn insistence on maintaining his artistic vision at all costs.

  20. Aurora says:

    Hi genius – and by that I mean the fact he can – by way of one work – touch deeply upon the entire range of emotions. He makes us cry from laughter and by heartbreak. Astounding to even consider!

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