Charlie Chaplin plays a body-double of the dictator and through a series of Good, It’s The Little Things Shirt improbable events end up taking over the position. This speech at the end is him giving his own personal opinion on things at a fascist rally. It absolutely astounded me, and actually made me cry (but what doesn’t, let’s be real). The power in his voice, the message, all of it. And the fact that it was still 100% relevant. Brave dude. Have you watched the Dictator with SBC? I always thought that the speech at the end of that film was a less sophisticated version based on The Great Dictator.
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It not that no one wanted to upset the German government, it had more to Good It’s The Little Things Shirt do with the Hayes code and Hollywood’s self-censorship. Their own set of rules was known as the Hayes code and all the studios followed it. One part of the code forbids movies that criticized foreign governments. No studio would make Chaplains film because it was blatantly breaking their censorship rules.
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The Chaplin Hitler film came out in 1940 after it was clear war was likely inevitable. At that point, the Hayes Code was in place, so part of that statement is so. The Hayes Code was a Good It’s The Little Things Shirt response to a huge public outcry starting in the 1920s and culminating in 1930-ish objecting to the morals in films, led largely by the Catholic church and other groups. Some of their concerns included the gangster movies in the early 30s, which seemed to glorify crime. Whether it had anything to say about avoiding upsetting a government, I have never heard of that. But I know for sure it helped glorify our country’s own G men! Poor Jimmy.