Let Us All Unite! Charlie Chaplin’s “Great Dictator” speech autotuned

This is just made of awesome:

Original video here. I haven’t seen the entire original movie, just that scene, but from what I’ve heard (including Orwell’s review), the rest apparently has a much sillier tone than the stirring speech at the end. While the film deals with Hitler’s persecution of the Jews, Chaplin later said that had he known the full extent of Hitler’s crimes, he wouldn’t have been able to make the film.

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