Charlie Chaplin may have been the ultimate cinematic comedian. In the last three quarters of a century his work lifted the spirits of countless people around the world.
But Chaplin was more than just a clown. His words were thoughtful and genuine and worth listening to. He used the medium of film to speak about important human topics.
In the film The Great Dictator, a satirical stab at fascism, you’ll hear the ringing words of Chaplin on the subject esteem and mutual respect.
Take a listen in this video clip: