Granville Redmond (1871-1935) is a California Impressionistic artist who is Deaf. He's well-known for his part in acting in Charlie Chaplin's movies as well as he's a friend of Charlie Chaplin.
Ken Norton of CSDF (California School for the Deaf - Fremont) shows the name sign of Granville Redmond in the video clip from the CSD 1860-2010 150th Anniversary Celebration 3-DVD set; he also explains the origin of the name sign. Ref
Meaning: a name sign for Granville Redmond.
Pronunciation (sign description): Dominant-handed, small "clawed-c" hand, taps a few times on the top/side of the head in contact with the tips of fingers.
Related signs: Granville Redmond and CHARLES CHAPLIN were close friends. Chaplin admired Redmond's Impressionist California landscapes. He also cast Redmond in several silent MOVIES.
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