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THE GREAT DICTATOR (1940)

Another for the Hitler burn pile, Charlie Chaplin’s magnificent satire pitched him opposite his favourite leading lady, Paulette Goddard, as a humble Jewish barber who falls hard for his courageous fellow ghetto-dweller. The pair, whose marriage was falling apart during this period, continued to be a formidable on-screen pairing and Chaplin was rarely happier than when working with Goddard. Here they share a very public cuppa, as the man in the craft services wagon executes one of the sound era’s earliest photobombs.
 

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