Are you hiding Jews under your floorboards?

Are you hiding Jews under your floorboards?

Hans “The Jew Hunter” Landa: You’re sheltering them underneath your floorboards, aren’t you? Perrier LaPadite: [Pause] Yes. Col. Hans “The Jew Hunter” Landa: Point out to me the areas where they are hiding.

Is Aldo Raine real?

Aldo Raine’s (Brad Pitt) name is a composite of real-life WWII veteran Aldo Ray and “Rolling Thunder” character Charles Rane, while the name he gives at the end of the movie, Enzo Gorlomi, is the birth name of original “Inglorious Bastards” director Enzo G. Castellari.

Why did Landa order strudel?

Since puff pastries (what strudels are) during WWII were made with pig lard (not Kosher) due to wartime butter shortage, Landa’s choice of dish for Shosanna could be seen either as a test to see if she’s Jewish (as she’d normally reject the food) or he knows who she is and is forcing her into eating non-kosher.

What does au revoir Shoshanna mean?

It is French. Au revoir means goodbye, Shoshanna is a female Jewish name. Remember, Google is your friend.

Why does Hans Landa ask Aldo Raine?

One of the character traits that makes Hans Landa a human character and not just an evil, soulless, heartless Nazi is the fact that he’s only vaguely familiar with English expressions. He can’t remember the phrase “Looks like the shoe’s on the other foot,” so he just asks Aldo Raine, “What’s that English saying about shoes and feet?”

Does Aldo Raine speak Italian in Inglourious Basterds?

In the third act of Inglourious Basterds, Aldo Raine and a couple of the Basterds join Bridget von Hammersmark at the premiere of a new Nazi propaganda movie to assassinate Hitler. They pose as Italians, but Aldo is hopelessly terrible at speaking Italian.

What does Aldo Raine say Bingo?

Lt. Aldo Raine: You just say ‘bingo.’ Col. Hans “The Jew Hunter” Landa: “Once again, but this time let me hear the music in it!” “Bravo, bravo!” Col. Hans “The Jew Hunter” Landa: Once again, but this time let me hear the music in it! Bravo, bravo! Lt. Aldo Raine: you know something, Utivich? I think this just might be my masterpiece.

What does Aldo Raine say to Hugo Stiglitz?

Sgt. Hugo Stiglitz: Say ‘auf Wiedersehen’ to your Nazi balls. Lt. Aldo Raine: You probably heard we ain’t in the prisoner-takin’ business, we in the killin’ Nazi business. And cousin, business is a-boomin’. Lt. Aldo Raine: My name is Lieutenant Aldo Raine and I need me eight soldiers.

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