- “These are the American lines, Colonel sir.”
In Inglourious BasterdsEdit
Chapter Four - OPERATION KINOEdit
Hitler mentions that the Americans have debarked in France, most likely he's talking about the D-Day, when he was talking to Goebbels about attending the film premiere of Stolz der Nation in Paris, which is very close to the front lines, in an effort to boost the troop morals.
Chapter Five - REVENGE OF THE GIANT FACEEdit
When Landa surrenders to Aldo, the German colonel and his radio operator leave for the American front to Normandy in a truck and stop in a pine forest inside the Allied lines. After crossing the Allied lines, Landa surrenders to Aldo. Here Aldo kills Landa's driver and scars a swastika on Landa's forehead with his knife.
- While there are pine trees in several areas of Normandy, like Pays d'Auge, the forest of Evreux (Upper Normandy), no pine tree forests like those seen in the film exist in Normandy.
- It's unclear how Landa's driver knew where the Allied lines were, since there were no Allied troops of any sorts in the pine forest.