The Great Dictator
Charles Chaplin spoke for the first time in this 1940 film. Chaplin plays the dual roles of the Jewish barber and Adenoid Hynkel, the dictator of Tomania who the barber is mistaken for.
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On average, those of us who recommend The Great Dictator think it is GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY.
Morgan thinks The Great Dictator is GLORIOUS BEYOND GLORY and says "My absolute favorite piece of film satire. This film is absolutely beautiful. Chaplin's speech at the end is legendary and for good reason."