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Charlie Chaplin / Sanat Zamansızdır - Art is Timeless

The Great Dictator (1940)

“Üzgünüm ama ben imparator olmak istemiyorum. Bu benim işim değil. Ne kimseyi idare etmek ne de ülkeleri fethetmek istiyorum. Elimden gelse, herkese, ister Yahudi, ister zenci, ister beyaz olsun tüm insanlara yardım etmek isterim.

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The greatest speech from 1939-

WHAT A POWER…..INDEED THE GREATEST SPEECH……..

We think too much and feel too little,
more than machinery we need humanity,
more than cleverness we need kindness and gentleness, 82 more words

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A Timeless Message From Charlie Chaplin

Today marks the 125th anniversary of Charlie Chaplin’s birthday. Countless video clips demonstrate his comic genius, but the enlightened aspect of his soul was never more apparent than in his monologue at the end of “The Great Dictator” which to this day remains one of cinema’s greatest political speeches. 1,091 more words

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Happy (early) Birthday, Charlie Chaplin!

This a few days early, but on such a week as this, I’m afraid I will forget about Charlie. And how can I anyway? Charlie Chaplin was one of the greatest actors of all time, the king of silent cinema and serious comedy. 279 more words

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Teaching Chaplin

It’s one hundred years since this film introduced Chaplin’s Tramp to a worldwide audience, and gave birth to the most enduring silhouette of the silver screen.   729 more words

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What Happens When You Give Silence a Voice?

It is an interesting thought, history’s most famous silent movie star wrote and performed one of the most profound and still relevant speeches in film and modern history, over 75 years ago. 92 more words

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Good Tool, Bad Tool

If I were forced to choose just one movie to be my favorite, it would have to be “The Great Dictator.”  This film by Charlie Chaplin is both comedic and tragic, a light-hearted but pointed critique at the rise of fascism in the world, particularly notable because America was still peaceful with Nazi Germany at the time.  1,295 more words