Mandy van Leeuwen: "We painted French doors onto crezone panels to cover the
plywood that was there where there was once a door. Originally it was a wooden balcony
that was there but it was getting old and weaker so it was replaced with what you see
now. Charlie Chaplin is 8 feet tall and is built on a stand so that he is there year round.
It's to remind people of the presence of Charlie Chaplin who stayed there years ago, and
the feeling that he might be there now! They installed nighttime lighting on him, so you
can see him now when you come by at night. The image of Charlie that you see is from
an old black-and-white photo reference. We didn't even consider colourizing it because
he is from the black-and-white era."