This, the much-discussed final speech in "The Great Dictator", is more than a climax and conclusion to Chaplin's newest film, it is a statement of Chaplin's belief in humanity, a belief in which his creative powers and artistic development are deeply rooted.
A clip from Chaplin's WW 1 "epic".
GOLF ANTICS is a compilation short film featuring "Buster" Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, "Fatty" Arbuckle, Laurel & Hardy, Larry Semon and "Dizzy" Daniels playing golf.
Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton in the only silent film they would appear in together. This is a longer version than the one on the Industrial Strength Keaton DVD. At the end you see two short clips from THE BALLOONATIC, and three from DAYDREAMS.
A classic scene of cinema: Chaplin, in costume as a world-conquering dictator dances with the globe.
One of the Little Tramp's most memorable scenes.
One of the funniest movie created by by
Sir Charlie Chaplin.
A clip from Chaplin'd 1922 film, "The Kid".
A collection of funny clips from the Master. Very funny.