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  1. Hugin
    Hugin at |

    Adolf, not Adolph.

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    1. TopTenz Master
      TopTenz Master at |

      Well that’s embarrassing. Thanks for the correction.

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  2. 5minutes
    5minutes at |

    I would’ve included the big theater scene in “Inglorious Basterds”.

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    1. marc
      marc at |

      I, personally, am glad that terrible movie was not included. It was more a collection of clever dialog and cut scenes than an actual story with an arc.

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  3. Nik Hughes
    Nik Hughes at |

    No Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade??

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    1. TopTenz Master
      TopTenz Master at |

      I love that scene too. Indiana’s face is priceless when Hitler signs the book. 😉

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      1. Jim Ciscell
        Jim Ciscell at |

        Michael Sheard, who played Hitler in the Last Crusade, was something of a career Hitler having played the role 7 times during the the course of his career. He also was memorably forced choked as Admiral Ozzell in Empire Strikes Back. I adore the scene. I just thought the others were a bit more compelling. I also love tirvia about Michael Sheard.He passed away in 2005.

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        1. ParusMajor
          ParusMajor at |

          If we’re talking people who played Hitler, what about Bruno Ganz in Downfall. Yeah, that’s not a funny Nazi-bashing film, like Inglourious Basterds or Indiana Jones. It actually requires some intelligence and deep thought and an open mind. Watch it, if you haven’t: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0363163/

  4. ParusMajor
    ParusMajor at |

    Great list, especially the cartoons. 🙂 Have you seen “Iron Sky”? I don’t think Hitler himself makes an appearance in it (maybe he does in some old WWII footage, I’m not sure), but it’s a comedy about Space Nazis.

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    1. Jim Ciscell
      Jim Ciscell at |

      I have not seen Iron Sky. Sounds intriguing though.

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      1. ParusMajor
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  5. Stewie
    Stewie at |

    No Family Guy?

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  6. ParusMajor
    ParusMajor at |

    The telegraph (or “telefunken”) at 1:00 in the Daffy cartoon doesn’t say anything at all like the English version that it’s translated into. It’s just some nonsense about “sauerkraut and pötato soüp shöuldn’be eaten with cöoked veäl” or something LOL 🙂

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    1. KillMister
      KillMister at |

      Did yöü jüst stëäl mÿ umläüts för Motorhead? Dämn ÿöü!

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      1. ParusMajor
        ParusMajor at |

        Nnnoo, I stöle thëm fröm Queensrÿche. 😀

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  7. John Deeth
    John Deeth at |

    Also noteworthy about “Herr vs. Hare”: It was the first use of the Bugs Bunny catchphrase “I shoulda took that left toin at Abluquerque” and, more important, it used some of the Wagner Ring Cycle bits that was later re-Cycled in the masterpiece “What’s Opera, Doc.”

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  8. ed
    ed at |

    I am tiered of hearing that hitler was the most evil man ever to walk the earth. Big fat evil sob, but not the worst.

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