Adolf Hitler was the central character played by Charlie Chaplin in the World War II television show. The show depicted him as the fictional leader of Germany, a rapscallion who owned a pet turkey and made life miserable for fellow world leaders of all stripes.
After escalating contract demands led to the termination of the Hitler character, Chaplin went off the handle, fleeing to Europe and virtually disappearing for a span. He resurfaced in Germany some months later, having legally changed his name to Adolf Hitler and spouting an elaborate backstory about "rough mid-term elections" and "just getting back from my Argentina vacation".
Hitler-né-Chaplin founded the Berlin-based GSN television network shortly thereafter, presumably with the intent of starring in shows of his own design and reviving his acting career. This was not to be, however, as Hitler died of a heart attack during the network's opening ceremonies.