Charlie Chaplin has a dual role in this film from 1940, his first with dialogue.
He plays a sweet-natured Jewish barber and a murderous Hitler-type dictator with such satirical impact that it counterbalanced the oratory of Adolf Hitler.
Particularly delectable comic scenes are Hynkel's balletic "pas de deux" with a globe, and a cream cake fight between Hynkel and Napoloni, the dictator of Bacteria...
Entire movie. Includes English and Spanish subtitles.