http://youtu.be/pK2WJd5bXFg Charlie Chaplin made one of the most moving speeches that I've ever heard in his film "The Great Dictator" circa 1940. In the film he played the duel role of The Dictator of Tomainia and a Jewish Barber in a ghetto. At the time of its first release, the United States was still formally … Continue reading The Greatest Speech – Charlie Chaplin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfw0KapQ3qw Did you know that Michael Jackson was influenced by Charlie Chaplin? Watch some of Charlie's moves, you can see how they could have influenced Jackson. Especially notice the part where Charlie leaves the factory floor to take a smoke break! Besides, this is just hilarious.