The Great Dictator: The Barber's Speech
00:00 - 03:28
3m 28s
twentieth century
monologue
fascism

The barber, mistaken for a dictator, addresses millions over the radio. In his address, he expresses disapproval of fascist views and advocates for love, liberty, and world peace. He encourages solidarity among the nation and instills inspiration and confidence into his citizens.

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