Charlie Chaplin first appearance as ‘Little Tramp’ (1914)

Today In History: On February 7, 1914, the silent film ‘Kid Auto Races at Venice’ premieres in theaters, featuring the actor Charlie Chaplin in his first screen appearance as the “Little Tramp,” the character that would become his best-known onscreen alter ego.

Charlie Chaplin first appearance as the 'Little Tramp' in "Kid Auto Races at Venice" (Feb. 07, 1914)

Charlie Chaplin first appearance as the 'Little Tramp' in "Kid Auto Races at Venice" (Feb. 07, 1914)

Charlie Chaplin first appearance as the
‘Little Tramp’ in “Kid Auto Races at Venice” (Feb. 07, 1914)

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and coach John Wooden: Then 1968 and now 2010

 

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and coach John Wooden
Then 1968 and now 2010

Kareem Abdul Jabbar and John Wooden 1968 - 2010  "A coach is someone who can give correction without causing resentment." - John Wooden (Don't forget those who helped you become who you are today!)

Don’t forget those who helped you become who you are today!

“A coach is someone who can give correction
without causing resentment.” ~ John Wooden