Whether dressed in top hat, white tie, and tails or in fashionable casual wear with a scarf serving as his belt, Fred Astaire always looked fabulous. Astaire epitomized whatever was cool at the time. According to Benny Green, “[Astaire] had an elegance that aligned itself with what I guess you’d call high society”. In the words of Howard Thompson, Astaire “gave to entertainment annals a champagne radiance that appealed to everybody on all levels, rich or poor”
THE KID - Released 92 years ago today January 21, 1921
This scene with Charlie and and his son in a Doss (shelter) house - this is after he rescues him and is afraid to go back to their home for fear of being found.
Your think that Charlie is taking great care to cover his son but then he surprises you by turning over and taking the blanket but he does not even use it for himself.