Inglourious Basterds

Trivia: A dummy of Quentin Tarintino is used as one of the scalped dead Nazis in the scene where the basterds are in the valley and Donny beats the German officer into a pulp.

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Trivia: Director Quentin Tarantino has a cameo in the "Nation's Pride" film within a film. He voices an American soldier who says: "I implore you, we must destroy that tower."

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Trivia: When Hans Landa is strangling Bridget von Hammersmark, those were actually Quentin Tarantino's hands, not Christoph Waltz's.

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Trivia: The Wilhelm scream can be heard during the showing of "Nation's Pride," when a man is thrown into the fountain, in the film.

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Trivia: A Hugo Stiglitz actually does exist. He is a Mexican-born actor and director, born on August, 28th 1940. Quentin Tarantino named the character portrayed by Til Schweiger after him.

Trivia: Denis Menochet plays Lea Seydoux's father in this movie, even though in real life he is only nine years older than Seydoux.

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Lt. Aldo Raine: You probably heard we ain't in the prisoner-takin' business; we in the killin' Nazi business. Business is a-boomin'.

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Mistakes

When the real German soldiers are playing 20 questions in the bar, one of the cards shows the name of Genghis Khan. This is an English-language word; as Germans, they would have written Dschingis Khan instead. As the whole scene deals with exposing the British/American spies and subtle differences in their language or behaviour, this is especially unfavorable here.

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