Hitler pretty much killed the chance of anyone ever wearing the under-the-nose mustache again. But before Adolf, there was the Little Tramp, who had sported almost identical facial hair. And though Charlie Chaplin retired the iconic character years earlier, he took advantage of his resemblance to Hitler to skewer both the Nazi and his former alter ego in The Great Dictator. This cover art cleverly does the same, using the mustache at the center point for depictions of both the bowler-hatted Tramp and the side-parted Hitler. One can flip the DVD case to properly see the other perspective.