The jewish barber’s speech from The Great Dictator (1940). A poor jewish barber looks just like the bad dictator and is mistaken for him. He uses his chance to deliver a speech to the people disguised as the Dictator. A speech of love and kindness.
Chaplin managed to create one of the most beautiful and epic speeches of all time in the end scene of The Great Dictator. This was also Chaplin’s first true talking picture and his best grossing film ever.
I rediscovered my deviantart page the other day and saw this little guy. This was a line drawing I did of Charlie Chaplin that I uploaded back on June 23, 2003.
Maybe I will go back and upload more of my sketches sometime. Glad to see I hit my peak in 2003.