The Great Dictator: The End of Silence - Brows Held High
Charlie Chaplin’s satire, The Great Dictator (1940), is a fascinating case study in the history of early sound films. Join Kyle Kallgren for a look at how Chaplin used sound for the first time, and how some of the best moments in the film are, well—silent.
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