We’re always puzzled that celebrities vomit anectodotes to “Webster Hall’s Baird Jones,” as he’s called when quoted in Page Six, as he is today. We can only surmise that Jones is paid by Manhattan’s bridge-and-tunnel nightclub to promote the venue’s name, since no celebrity has been spotted there since the ’80s. Whatever. Developing. Anyway, Patricia Arquette apparently caught up with Jones at the new Le Cirque and revealed to him the details of how Thomas Jane, “the most romantic man in the world,” proposed to her. “It was in a public movie theater, and we were watching Charlie Chaplin’s silent film Limelight,” she said. Somehow he had edited into the film a scene of him asking Arquette to be his wife. “When I saw him on the screen proposing, I said ‘Yes! Yes!'” she said. “I had no idea.” She must have had some idea something was off. Limelight, Chaplin’s 1952 movie costarring Claire Bloom, is in fact a talkie. Didn’t she wonder why their lips were moving but there were no title cards?