viernes, 21 de diciembre de 2012

AJEDREZ: CHARLES CHAPLIN Autor: Fernando Emilio Saavedra Palma. Para: El gran actor, director, empresario, compositor CHAPLIN.

ILUSTRACIÓN ELABORADA POR: Fernando Emilio Saavedra Palma.
Autor: Fernando Emilio Saavedra Palma.
Para: El gran actor, director, empresario, compositor CHAPLIN.
Sin tiempo y sin aliento corriendo Charles Chaplin
hace su movimiento testimonio dentro del cine
y las damas en DAMA los siguen jaqueando…
El encantador hombrecito mudo cinematográfico
prevalece en el tiempo como un rey en el SILENCIO
jaque único a la inteligencia del INTELECTO
Entre candilejas mueve las piezas
Entre tableros simultáneos gana partidas
Entre historias sin tiempo activa a las jugadas…
Ajedrez sol en luna
Ajedrez luna para el sol
Ajedrez cinematográfico jugada elaborada y fina…
Millones de películas filmadas de coloridos sonidos
Millones de intereses económicos y culturales filmados
Y el jaque a Charles Chaplin sigue exacto por sus filmes intactos…
El jaque en los creativos son ángeles enamorados
El jaque en los escritores son hados acalambrados
El jaque en los poetas cinematográficos son artificios elaborados…
Renace el ajedrez en silencio por el intelecto
Renace el juego milenario en el arte cinematográfico
El SILENCIO en los juegos son los humanos perfectos…
Jaque a Charles Chaplin sin tiempo
muevo mi pieza en su exacto movimiento
por los siglos de los siglos en un jaque CONTÍNUO
Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin,
KBE (16 April 1889 – 25 December 1977) was an English comic actor, film director and composer best known for his work in the United States during the silent film era.[1] He became the most famous film star in the world before the end of World War I. Chaplin used mime, slapstick and other visual comedy routines, and continued well into the era of the talkies, though his films decreased in frequency from the end of the 1920s. His most famous role was that of The Tramp, which he first played in the Keystone comedy Kid Auto Races at Venice in 1914.[2] From the April 1914 one-reeler Twenty Minutes of Love onwards, he was writing and directing most of his films; by 1916 he was also producing them, and from 1918 he was even composing the music for them. With Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and D. W. Griffith, he co-founded United Artists in 1919.[3]
Chaplin was one of the most creative and influential personalities of the silent-film era. He was influenced by his predecessor, the French silent-film comedian Max Linder, to whom he dedicated one of his films.[4] His working life in entertainment spanned over 75 years, from the Victorian stage and the music hall in the United Kingdom as a child performer, until close to his death at the age of 88. His high-profile public and private life encompassed both adulation and controversy. Chaplin was identified with left-wing politics during the McCarthy era and he was ultimately forced to resettle in Europe from 1952.
In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Chaplin the 10th-greatest male screen legend of all time.[5] In 2008, Martin Sieff, in a review of the book Chaplin: A Life, wrote, "Chaplin was not just 'big', he was gigantic. In 1915, he burst onto a war-torn world bringing it the gift of comedy, laughter and relief while it was tearing itself apart through World War I. Over the next 25 years, through the Great Depression and the rise of Adolf Hitler, he stayed on the job. ... It is doubtful any individual [sic] has ever given more entertainment, pleasure and relief to so many human beings when they needed it the most."[6] George Bernard Shaw called Chaplin "the only genius to come out of the movie industry".[7]

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