Dans le ghetto juif vit un petit barbier qui ressemble énormément à Adenoid Hynkel, le dictateur de Tomania qui a décidé l’extermination du peuple juif. Au cours d’une rafle, le barbier est arrêté en compagnie de Schultz, un farouche adversaire d’Hynkel…

A propos de Le Dictateur

Durée
126 Minutes (02 Heures 06 Minutes)
Langue originale
Anglais
Titre original
The Great Dictator
Date de sortie
1940-10-1515 Octobre 1940
Budget
2 000 000 $
Revenue
11 000 000 $
Bénéfice
9 000 000 $
Charlie Chaplin
Adenoid Hynkel, Dictator of Tomania / A Jewish Barber
Jack Oakie
Benzino Napaloni, Dictator of Bacteria
Reginald Gardiner
Commander Schultz
Henry Daniell
Garbitsch
Billy Gilbert
Field Marshal Herring
Grace Hayle
Madame Napaloni
Carter DeHaven
Spook
Paulette Goddard
Hannah
Maurice Moscovitch
Mr. Jaeckel
Emma Dunn
Mrs. Jaeckel
Bernard Gorcey
Mr. Mann
Paul Weigel
Mr. Agar
Chester Conklin
Barber's Customer
Esther Michelson
Jewish Woman
Hank Mann
Storm Trooper Stealing Fruit
Florence Wright
Blonde Secretary
Eddie Gribbon
Tomanian Storm Trooper
Rudolph Anders
Tomanian Commandant at Osterlich / Robert O. Davis
Eddie Dunn
Whitewashed Storm Trooper
Nita Pike
Secretary
George Lynn
Commander of Storm Troopers
Wheeler Dryden
Heinrich Schtick / Translator (voice)
Fred Aldrich
Soldier (uncredited)
Richard Alexander
Tomainian Prison Guard in 1918 (uncredited)
Sig Arno
Compact Parachute Inventor (uncredited)
William Arnold
Tomanian Officer (uncredited)
Joe Bordeaux
Ghetto Extra (uncredited)
Don Brodie
Reporter from International Press (uncredited)
Gino Corrado
Sculptor (uncredited)
John Davidson
Hospital Superintendent (uncredited)
Max Davidson
Jewish Man (uncredited)
Lew Davis
Hospital Orderly (uncredited)
Pat Flaherty
Friendly Storm Trooper (uncredited)
Bud Geary
Storm Trooper (uncredited)
Sam Harris
Officer (uncredited)
Eddie Hart
Policeman (uncredited)
Leyland Hodgson
Big Bertha Gunnery Officer (uncredited)
William Irving
Man Seated on Bed (uncredited)
Charles Irwin
Banquet Butler (uncredited)
Ethelreda Leopold
Blonde Secretary (uncredited)
Torben Meyer
Bald Barbershop Customer (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse
Hynkel's Staff Officer (uncredited)
Nellie V. Nichols
Jewish Woman (uncredited)
Manuel París
Dance Extra at Ball (uncredited)
Jack Perrin
Jewish Man (uncredited)
Lucien Prival
Storm Trooper Officer (uncredited)
Cyril Ring
Officer Extra (uncredited)
Henry Roquemore
Soldier (uncredited)
Tiny Sandford
Soldier in 1918 Tomainia (uncredited)
Hans Schumm
Soldier (uncredited)
Harry Semels
Jewish Fruit Stand Proprietor (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan
Prison Guard (uncredited)
Carl Voss
Officer (uncredited)
Leo White
Hynkel's Barber (uncredited)
Harry Wilson
Soldier in Field (uncredited)
Hans Conried
Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Francis Ernest Drake
Storm Trooper (uncredited)
Francesca Santoro
Aggie (uncredited)
Leonard Walker
Conductor (uncredited)
Visual Effects
Jack Cosgrove
Set Decoration
Edward G. Boyle
Director of Photography
Karl Struss
Director
Charlie Chaplin
Producer
Charlie Chaplin
Original Music Composer
Charlie Chaplin
Writer
Charlie Chaplin
Associate Producer
Carter DeHaven
Director of Photography
Roland Totheroh
Editor
Willard Nico
Art Direction
J. Russell Spencer
Makeup Artist
Ed Voight
Sound Designer
Glenn Rominger
Sound Designer
Percy Townsend
Orchestrator
Carmen Dragon
Orchestrator
Max Terr
Original Music Composer
Meredith Willson
Second Unit
Wheeler Dryden
Assistant Director
Wheeler Dryden
Stunts
Buster Wiles
Costume Supervisor
Ted Tetrick
Special Effects
Ralph Hammeras
United Artists
Roy Export Company Establishment
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