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'The Dictator' Admiral General Aladeen meets Larry King- video

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The Dictator's Admiral General Aladeen (Sacha Baron Cohen) has sat down with Larry King to talk about his favourite oppressors.

The former CNN host came out of retirement for the discussion, which saw Aladeen getting teary-eyed as he recalled Kim Jong-il.

Sacha Baron Cohen, Oscars 2012, The Dictator

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"There are very few of the great dictators left," Cohen said as Aladeen. "All the best ones are now gone. Saddam, Gaddafi, Kim Jong, Cheney."

He continued: "My favourite unfortunately is dead. You know, I miss Kim Jong. KJ. I miss him a lot. He died as he lived - in three-inch heels."

King then proceeded to ask Cohen about whether there was any "fallout" from the famous Ryan Seacrest interview, in which Cohen dumped ashes from an urn supposedly containing the remains of Kim Jong-il onto Seacrest's tuxedo at the 2012 Oscars.

"You know, Seacrest dealt with it very professionally," Cohen said. "After all, it's not the first Asian guy to end up all over his chest."

The Dictator is released on May 11 in the US and on May 16 in the UK.

Watch Larry King interview Sacha Baron Cohen as Admiral General Aladeen below:

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