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View Quote Schultz: You must speak. Jewish barber: I can't. Schultz: It's our only hope.
View Quote This is a story of a period between two World Wars — an interim in which insanity cut loose. Liberty took a nose dive, and humanity was kicked around somewhat.
View Quote Wars, conflict, it's all business. "One murder makes a villain. Millions a hero". Numbers sanctify.
View Quote With A King in New York Charles Chaplin was the first film-maker to dare to expose, through satire and ridicule, the paranoia and political intolerance which overtook the United States in the Cold War years of the 1940s and 50s.
View Quote Look up to the sky You'll never find rainbows If you’re looking down.
View Quote Monsieur Verdoux (1947). Chaplin's answer as a Verdoux that is to be guillotined and receives a visit from a priest who tell him 'I've come to ask you to make your peace with God'. "Comedy Quotes from the Movies" (2001), Larry Langman, Paul Gold, Ed. McFarland, p. 274
View Quote Monsieur Verdoux (1947); Chaplin in this line is quoting an older statement of Bishop Beilby Porteus: "One murder makes a villain. Millions a hero."
View Quote My Autobiography (1964)
View Quote My Autobiography (1964)
View Quote My Autobiography (1964), p. 287
View Quote My Autobiography (1964), Ch. 10
View Quote My Autobiography (p. 271 Simon and Schuster 1964 edition)
View Quote My Autobiography, p. 291
View Quote Smile though your heart is aching Smile even though its breaking When there are clouds in the sky, you'll get by If you smile with your fear and sorrow Smile and maybe tomorrow You'll find that life is still worthwhileIf you just Light up your face with gladness Hide every trace of sadness Although a tear may be ever so near That's the time you must keep on trying Smile, what's the use of crying? You'll find that life is still worthwhile.
View Quote [Hynkel addressing the crowds, referring to his colleagues: clearly modelled upon Göring and Goebbels] Hynkel: Herring shouldn smelten fine from Garbitsch, und Garbitsch shouldn smelten fine from Herring. Herring und Garbitsch... [He clasps his hands together] Translator: His excellency has just referred to the struggles of his early days shared by his two loyal comrades.