Charlie Chaplin was a pioneer in the early days of Hollywood and became the most recognized face on the planet with a career spanning 40 years.
Gene Kelly was the most creative and athletic dancer of his time and pushed the boundaries of dance on film.
Steve Jobs revolutionized digital entertainment with technological innovation and pushing a major shift in media consumption by breaking the hold of the music and movie moguls.
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Thursday, August 15, 2013
What Chaplin and Kelly Have in Common
Something Chaplin and Kelly have in common: Roller Skating was something they were both incredible at and this skill ended up in their films. While Gene is the master here with his roller skating number in It's Always Fair Weather from 1955, Chaplin beat him to it by 40 years in the movie The Rink from 1915. Not as polished, but incredible.Click Here for Video