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Comedy‘s Great Dictator
Charles Spencer Chaplin was born in England in 1889. His career began in the theater and advanced to the silver screen in Hollywood. His most successful commercial work was the film “The Great Dictator,” a satirical comedy-drama condemning Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler and fascism. Chaplin died in Switzerland in 1977.