"The great Dictator", by Charlie Chaplin, Final Scene
This is one of Charlie Chaplin's most famous scenes. The barber is mistaken for Adenoid Hinkle and has to make a final speech. Chaplin's message from the end of this great film for democracy and freedom of speech is still powerful and relevant today ...
The Great Dictator is a comedy film directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin. First released in October 1940, it was Chaplin's first true talking picture, and more importantly was the only major film of its period to bitterly satirize Nazism and Adolf Hitler.
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