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Story of two mustaches
Ladies Home Journal  57, July 18, 1940.pp.10

Story about Chaplin's "Dictator". Relates story of film writer, former correspondent in Berlin, trying to get interview with Hitler. Mentioning the impending Chaplin picture.

"If you can really give Der Fuehrer information about the Chaplin picture, I am confident that he will [unreadable]. He is much interested and greatly disturbed."

Writer was called back by the U.S. before the interview.

"It may be stated as a fact that Hitler if he can devise some way to do so, will have a print of Chaplin's forthcoming film, now called the Dictator [unreadable] to his mountain retreat at Berchtesgaden.

Story of two mustaches
Ladies Home Journal, 57, July 18, 1940.pp.10
                                   

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