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April 15, 1953: Charlie Chaplin surrenders his U.S. re-entry permit rather than face proceedings by the U.S. Justice Department. Chaplin was accused of sympathizing with Communist groups. Chaplin, who had left the country to premiere his film "Limelight" in his hometown of London, would settle permanently in Switzerland and not make a return visit to America until 1972.

April 15, 1953: Charlie Chaplin surrenders his U.S. re-entry permit rather than face proceedings by the U.S. Justice Department. Chaplin was accused of sympathizing with Communist groups. Chaplin, who had left the country to premiere his film "Limelight" in his hometown of London, would settle permanently in Switzerland and not make a return visit to America until 1972.

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This is Charlie Chaplin's final speech in The Great Dictator, and is unarguably the greatest speech ever given.

This is Charlie Chaplin's final speech in The Great Dictator, and is unarguably the greatest speech ever given.

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