This is a video of The Great Dictator Speech, a moving part of a film that, while different that the Chaplin films that preceded it, still had him in his trademark (and copied) little mustache, the last time he wore it in a film.
The Great Dictator Speech
This was made even before Hitler had begun the cataclysmic second world war, and in many ways this departure for Chaplin mocks him thoroughly. Chaplin plays a Jewish barber who through a chain events gets mistaken for the dictator, eventually replacing the dictator due to this mistake, the speech being opposite than expected by the populace, and opposite all that the real dictator stood for.
This is a video of our dogs from a couple years ago, Tucker and Trixie playing in the living room. This is not long after we got the bigger dog as a companion to the littler dog. They are inseparable to this day.
This is the It’s A wonderful Life Phone Scene, where George Bailey argues with Mary, leaves angry, comes back to get his forgotten hat to find Mary on the phone with Sam (Hee Haw) Wainwright. The two join up to talk to Sam, and soon the sparks fly and a new love takes flight. One of my most favorite scene in one of my favorite movies.