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Charlie Chaplin's speech - The Great Dictator

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Charlie Chaplin's speech - The Great Dictator

Postby skynet » Tue Oct 18, 2011 8:22 am

Charlie Chaplin's final speech in The Great Dictator (January 1940)

"This is the story of the period between two world wars, an interim during which insanity cut loose, liberty took a nose dive, and humanity was kicked around somewhat."

Here we see Charles Chaplin starting his first "speaking" feature film that has an audio track, The Great Dictator. During World War I, a Jewish barber, played by Charles Chaplin, in the army of Tomania saves the life of high-ranking officer Schultz, played by Reginald Gardiner. While Schultz survives the conflict unscathed, the barber is stricken with amnesia...
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