The Great Dictator
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International press reporter: The Phooey has just referred to the Jewish people.

Schultz: Heil Hynk... Oh what am I saying?

Schultz: How's the gas?
A Jewish barber: Terrible, it kept me awake all night.
Schultz: No, no, no! The gasoline in the tank.

Schultz: Strange, and I always thought of you as an Aryan.
A Jewish barber: I'm a vegetarian.

Adenoid Hynkel: Garbitsch, what's the meaning of this? These appropriations? Twenty-five million for prison camps when we need every penny for the manufacturing of ammunition's?
Garbitsch: We've had to make a few arrests.
Adenoid Hynkel: A few? How many?
Garbitsch: Nothing astronomical. Five or ten thousand.
Adenoid Hynkel: Oh.
Garbitsch: A day.
Adenoid Hynkel: A day?
Garbitsch: Just a few dissenters, that's all.

Adenoid Hynkel: Schultz, why have you forsaken me?

Audio problem: When Hynkel refers to the peace treaty and says "I'll sign it," you can hear the sound quality change abruptly, and when Hynkel is saying "Napoloni the grosse peanut, the cheesy ravioli," his lips are not in sync.

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