The Great Dictator (1940)
actors heads are changed with politician heads
Charlie drinks some beer. Then he pours some beer into his ear and at the same time he spits out the beer. Chaplin recycled this gag in the Great Dictator.
Visuals in final scene
Narrator says about Adolf Hitler that Chaplin will make a movie about him
At the beginning of the film, one can see spectators coming out a cinema showing "The Great Dictator".
"Two of the set-pieces--the Jewish barber shaving a customer to the tune of a Hungarian dance by Brahms and the competition between Hynkel and Napaloni as to who can raise his barber chair the highest--are surely the inspiration behind Chuck Jones' Bugs Bunny short Rabbit of Seville (1950), demonstrating Chaplin's continued impact on other filmmakers." -- James Steffen
In one scene Harry paints a German guard's face with white paint, much like Chaplin's character did in The Great Dictator
Adolf Hitler is shown dressing and acting like Charlie Chaplin, who had spoofed Hitler in "The Great Dictator".
The syncing between music and body language is reminiscent of the barber scene in this movie.
characters go to see Chaplin's movie; poster featured
Graeme Garden firing a shotgun from a small boat and falling into the water mirrors the scene of Adenoid Hynkel on the duck hunting trip.
When Fred is talking to Phil after blocking his car in he mentions the time Charlie Chaplin played Hitler, referring to The Great Dictator.
Film ends with the director in person breaking the fourth wall to address the audience directly
During one of the animation sequences, the poster for the 1940 film "The Great Dictator" flies past the screen.
referenced during Weekend Update
The scene with the globe
Gene Wilder mentions the film
Poster visible in Thierry's room.
Mentioned by David O. Selznick.
Still of Chaplin in Oscar-nominated role.
Chaplin and Hitler references
Cobra Commander is playing with a large globe.
A poster of this film can be seen
The making of the film is depicted.
photo appears in Deems Taylor book
Guido's prisoner number is the same as Hinkel's army serial number
Dabondo reenacts the "globe" scene.
seen on billboard
There is a bar with a big photo of the famous speech scene from this classic
One character remarks on the Adolf Hitler-Charles Chaplin resemblance, and another character does the globe=balloon routine.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Mentioned by narrator.
production stills / publicity stills
Andy mimics Charlie Chaplin with a flag to impress a girl
When Blenda Blixt plays Hitler, she is wearing an armband not with a svastika on it, but two white crosses, just like Chaplin's Adenoid Hynkel does in The Great Dictator.
Title (Chaplin parody)
A poster is seen hanging on a wall inside the house
poster shown in living room
Referenced by name
Referenced by name
referenced by name.
Mentioned in Hitler/Chaplin sequence
Globe and Tramp costume
Andreotti's monologue is similar to the famous ending of Chaplin's movie.
Subject of a $300 question
Nozomi tries to memorize the movie title on her way back home.
Included in a $5,000 question
Stalin mentions this film and quotes a line from it.
DVD cover shown.
Mentioned by Richard Herring
use of a frying pan to hit a person in the head
Nigel with the globe during his song
Roger says that the film's closing speech was deadly dull
Father Barry quotes the line "Into the light of hope... The glorious future, that belongs to you, to me and to all of us" and mentions Charlie Chaplin and The Great Dictator as source.
The greeting scene between Hitler and Stalin in the show of Variete Valetti is a reference to the greeting scene between Hinkel and Napoloni from "The Great Dictator"
recalling Chaplin's portrayal of Hitler
Referenced several times by the characters
The movies, which have almost the same title, are both slapsticks about a self-important, Jew-hating tyrannical head-of-state who has an innocent, simpleminded lookalike.
Supports the story line
Mentioned by Joy when Wilbur looks like Hitler
It is mentioned in a magazine article.
mentioned in narration
photo of Chaplin as Hynkel is showed, recalling Hitler impersonators
Ryan mentions film by name.
Mentioned by Antonia Quirke when reviewing Kill Your Friends (2015)
Mentioned by Mr. Broucek.
referred to in newspaper article
Answer to a question
part of barber scene is shown
Several clips from the film are shown.
Hinkle deiver speech over mike.
This film is #37 on the list.
Clips of the movie were shown as this documentary discusses it's production and release.
documentary featuring work of de Funès and related work
DVD release reviewed + footage used
this Chaplin-film is shown at the end of the film to a group of children
clips used to illustrate a point in his argument
Movie shown in theater.
Clips are shown
The line "cheese and crackers" is an expletive used in Chaplin's film.
A fragment featuring Charles Chaplin is shown.
Mentioned as example of funny satire of Nazism.
Movie reviewed in this episode.
A clip from the famous globe-dancing scene is shown.
recalling Chaplin as Hitler
film clip shown
recalling the time Chaplain played Hitler
movie is discussed and analyzed
The scene with the globe.
The character Hatler and his playing with an inflatable globe.
Spoofs the balloon-globe scene