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References 

Les vampires (1915)
Posters of the Les Vampires serial are hanging in the office where Landa confronts Bridget von Hammersmark
The Kid (1921)
'The Kid' and its famous chase climax is mentioned by Zoller.
Battleship Potemkin (1925)
During the movie about Fredrick Zoller at the end of the film, a quick shot shows a soldier being shot in the eye and screaming, referencing the old woman also shot in the eye during the famous montage massacre in Sergei Eisenstein's Battleship Potemkin (Bronenosets Potyomkin).
Metropolis (1927)
The celluloid image of Shosanna laughing while burning mirrors the Evil Maria in the bonfire in Fritz Lang's classic -- ironically, one of Hitler's favorite movies
White Hell of Pitz Palu (1929)
The White Hell of Pitz Palu is prominently featured in one scene and later discussed at length by two characters.
Avalanche (1930)
The poster of the 1930 movie starring Leni Riefenstahl is seen on the marquesine of Shoshanna theater, just before she climbs to change the title.
Mata Hari (1931)
Another Garbo character appearing in the card game at La Louisiane.
King Kong (1933)
'King Kong' is one of the card names in the La Louisiane guessing game.
Queen Christina (1933)
Title is mentioned in La Louisiane.
Triumph of the Will (1935)
Shosanna is putting up the outdoor sign when Frederick Zoller takes an interest in her cinema, and their dialogue is 'a battle of wills'.
Glückskinder (1936)
"Ich wollt' ich wär ein Huhn" from 'Lucky Kids' is heard in 'Basterds'.
Cinderella (1937)
In the end scene in Shosanna's cinema, a poster for the film is seen - recalling the legend that has been replayed in a tragic manner in the present film.
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
at the end when Shosanna is seen on the screen and the flames appear. Oz's giant face is also, as it happens, a projected image, a creation of smoke and mirrors.
The Eternal Jew (1940)
When Hans Landa mentions Goebbels' propaganda that "compares the Jew to the common rat" it is a reference to this film.
Unser Fräulein Doktor (1940)
Part of the poster for this comedy film can be seen on the lobby wall as Shoshanna is waiting in the projection booth.
Sergeant York (1941)
Fredrick Zoller says he is called the German "Sergeant York" (and his war exploits are also turned into a film portraying him as a hero).
International Lady (1941)
Bridget is shown wearing an outfit identical to the one worn by Ilona Massey in 'International Lady'.
Un chapeau de paille d'Italie (1941)
Marcel passes in front of a large wall poster for Fernandel's comedy, when he is going to ignite the entire film stock.
Die große Liebe (1942)
"Davon geht die Welt nicht unter" from 'The Great Love' is heard in 'Basterds'.
The Murderer Lives at Number 21 (1942)
Poster in Shoshanna's cinema
Hitler--Dead or Alive (1942)
Quentin Tarantino cites this propaganda movie as one of his influences: "Three gangsters go to Germany after an industrialist puts out a million-dollar contract on Hitler," Tarantino says, explaining the "Dead or Alive" plot. "They get him, but the S.S. surrounds them. So they take off Hitler's uniform, shave off his mustache and cut off that big lock of greasy hair that hangs in his face. When the Nazis burst in, he doesn't look like Hitler any more." The Nazis proceed to beat him mercilessly. "It's unbelievable! They're giving him the old Nazi backhand and he's just ranting and raving."
Domino (1943)
Poster in Shoshanna's cinema
Hi Diddle Diddle (1943)
A French version of "The Man with the Big Sombrero" from Hi Diddle Diddle plays during the La Louisiane sequence.
Le Corbeau: The Raven (1943)
Shosanna is replacing Henri-Georges Clouzot's film, actually banned by the Nazi invaders in June 1944, with Leni Riefensthal's La fierté de la nation, the French version title of Triumph of the Will (1935), a Goebbel's controlled film.
'Eliza on the Ice' (1944) (Short)
Aldo Raine, during the deal-making conversation with Hans Landa, says sarcastically, "What's next, Eliza on the Ice?"
The Private Affairs of Bel Ami (1947)
The design of the circular big picture window in Shosanna's cinema is taken from this film.
Lowlands (1954)
'Tiefland' is mentioned as the only German film production not under Goebbels' control.
To Hell and Back (1955)
The character Frederick Zoller in "Basterds" is based on Audie Murphy. He plays himself in the film-within-a-film "Nation's Pride", which is based on Zoller's single-handed defense of a church.
The Searchers (1956)
The shot of Shossana running from Landa at the beginning is framed through a doorway in an homage to a scene in the earlier film.
The Great Escape (1963)
General Ed Fenech says "We have all our rotten eggs in one basket"...similiar to a line spoken by Kommandant von Luger in The Great Escape: "We have in effect put all our rotten eggs in one basket."
Paris When It Sizzles (1964)
General Fenech mentions the title as a summary of Operation Kino.
Blood for a Silver Dollar (1965)
The theme from 'One Silver Dollar' is heard in 'Basterds'.
The Return of Ringo (1965)
"L'incontro Con La Figlia" from 'The Return of Ringo' is heard in 'Basterds'.
The Battle of Algiers (1966)
"Algiers, November 1954" from 'The Battle of Algiers' is heard in 'Basterds'.
Ride in the Whirlwind (1966)
Chapter One is an explicit hommage to this film (the father washing his face, the claustrophobic tension in the family's house)
The Big Gundown (1966)
Duel music is heard in the first appearance of Donnie Donowitz
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
The opening scene where Hans Landa visit Perrier LaPadite mirrors the scene where Angel Eyes meets with Stevens
Devil's Angels (1967)
"The Devil's Rumble" from 'Devil's Angels' is heard in 'Basterds'.
The Dirty Dozen (1967)
The introductory speech made by Lt. Aldo Raine is done in the same fashion as that made by Major Reisman.
Death Rides a Horse (1967)
"Mystic and Severe" from 'Death Rides a Horse' is heard in 'Basterds'.
Dark of the Sun (1968)
Three music cues from 'Dark of the Sun' can be heard in 'Basterds'.
Beyond the Law (1968)
Score from 'Beyond the Law' can be heard in 'Basterds'.
The Devil's Brigade (1968)
The Branch of Service Insignia Brad Pitt wears while in uniform assembling the Basterds is the same as the Special Forces unit in "The Devil's Brigade".
A Professional Gun (1968)
"Il Mercenario (Reprisa)" from 'A Professional Gun' is heard in 'Basterds'.
Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)
The open scene is an homage to Sergio Leone's "Once Upon a Time in the West", hence the chapter's title, "Once Upon a Time in Nazi Occupied France".
The Wild Bunch (1969)
the flashback of Hugo Stiglitz being whipped
Rosolino Paternò, soldato... (1970)
Allied officer in disguise used three finger in the Anglo-Saxon way (index. medium, ring fingers) instead of thumb, index, medium as Europeans do.
Kelly's Heroes (1970)
"Tiger Tank" from 'Kelly's Heroes' is heard in 'Basterds'.
Slaughter (1972)
The use of Billy Preston's theme in the opening of "Inglorious Basterds."
The Last House on the Left (1972)
Skin carving scene is referenced.
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972)
Lt. Raine's mysterious neck scar, ostensibly from surviving an attempted lynching, is a reference to 'Judge Roy Bean'.
White Lightning (1973)
Two music cues from 'White Lightning' is heard in 'Basterds'.
Blood in the Streets (1973)
The track "Un Amico" plays over the shootout between Shosanna Dreyfus and Fredrick Zoller.
Allonsanfan (1974)
Score from 'Allonsanfàn' can be heard in 'Basterds'.
The Inglorious Bastards (1978)
title of 2009 movie is a take off on the English title of the 1978 movie ("Inglorious Bastards")
Zulu Dawn (1979)
"Zulus" from 'Zulu Dawn' is heard in 'Basterds'.
Veronika Voss (1982)
Shosanna Dreyfus is dressed up during the final theater scene to resemble Veronika Voss from the Fassbinder film.
Cat People (1982)
David Bowie's theme from 'Cat People' is heard in 'Basterds'.
The Entity (1982)
"Bath Attack" from 'The Entity' is heard in 'Basterds'.
Scarface (1983)
When Donny Donowitz is gunning down German's with an MP40 at the end of the film his facial expression and body position in the shot reflects that of Tony Montana's at the finale of Scarface.
The Breakfast Club (1985)
Donny's line "Two hits. I hit you, you hit the ground!" is taken from a heated exchange between Judd Nelson's and Emilio Estevez's characters.
Eastern Condors (1987)
Music can be heard from 'Eastern Condors' in the shoot out finale
Hamburger Hill (1987)
Sgt. Donowitz pumps bullets from a machine gun into a corpse, exploding the head, as is done by the M-60 wielding soldier in the earlier film.
Unforgiven (1992)
The opening shots of the two films are identical.
Fight Club (1999)
Brad Pitt's character states "You know, fightin' in a basement offers a lot of difficulties. Number one being, you're fightin' in a basement! "
Marie Antoinette (2006)
The scene where the guessing game is played in La Louisiane references a scene from 'Marie Antoinette'.
Death Proof (2007)
The scream sound effect used as a body is flung out the window when the cinema explodes at the end of the film is taken from Kurt Russell's scream at the end of Quentin Tarantino's previous film, Death Proof (2007).
Rabbit Without Ears (2007)
In the bar sequence, the new father is asked about the name his son is going to have. Til Schweiger (Stiglitz) responds to the announcement with "Maximilian. Das ist aber ein hübscher Name." ("Maximilian. That's a very pretty name."). Schweiger has the same exact line in 'Keinohrhasen'.

Referenced in 

The Making of 'Kill Bill' (2003) (TV Movie)
Quentin Tarantino and Uma Thurman continually go on about Quentin's war epic (obviously "Inglorious Bastards") before going into "Kill Bill."
Charlie Rose: Quentin Tarantino 2003 (2003) (TV Episode)
The writing of 'Inglorious Bastards' is discussed.
A Conversation with Enzo Castellari and Quentin Tarantino (2008) (Video)
Quentin Tarantino discusses the coming movie
Late Show with David Letterman: Episode #16.190 (2009) (TV Episode)
Promoted verbally during interview with Mike Myers, no clips.
The Jay Leno Show: Episode #1.6 (2009) (TV Episode)
a poster for the film is shown behind Quentin Tarantino
Bad Movie Beatdown: Far Cry (2009) (TV Episode)
star from this movie appears in Far Cry
Kevin Pollak's Chat Show: Eddie Izzard (2009) (TV Episode)
Mentioned while talking to Samm Levine.
Jeopardy!: Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational Quarterfinal 3 (2009) (TV Episode)
Reference in a $200 clue in the category "'People' Star Tracks"
The Jay Leno Show: Episode #1.82 (2010) (TV Episode)
Mikey Day asks Quentin Tarantino about what it takes to be an "inglourious basterd"
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: The Book of Eli/The Spy Next Door/Fish Tank (2010) (TV Episode)
James A. Janisse says Michael Fassbender acted in this movie before "Fish Tank"
Saturday Night Live: Ashton Kutcher/Them Crooked Vultures (2010) (TV Episode)
Listed as a Best Picture nominee in the "Access Hollywood" segment
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #18.6 (2010) (TV Episode)
Jay and Richard Roeper talk about the film
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #18.16 (2010) (TV Episode)
Charles Barkley mentions the film
Gossip Girl: Inglourious Bassterds (2010) (TV Episode)
Title reference
Fringe: Olivia. In the Lab. With the Revolver (2010) (TV Episode)
A character played by Diane Kruger, who appeared in the film, asks if the way to pronounce a man's name was Gorlami. Gorlami was an alias used by Brad Pitt's character in the film.
Jeopardy!: Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational Quarterfinal 9 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "The 82nd Academy Awards"
Prozhektorperiskhilton: Til Schweiger (2010) (TV Episode)
The hosts play the guessing game from the movie with its cast member, the guest of this episode.
The Simpsons: To Surveil, with Love (2010) (TV Episode)
Mr. Burns: Thats a bingo!
The Trip (2010)
Steve mocks Rob's attempted German accent by comparing it to one of the Nazis from "Inglourious Basterds"
Midnight Movie Review: Halloween Horror Top 25, nr. 12: Hostel (2010) (TV Episode)
in overview on Eli Roth's career
The Trip: The Yorke Arms (2010) (TV Episode)
Steve Coogan tells Rob Brydon he sounds like the Nazi (Col. Hans Landa) from this film.
Don't Scream, Just Swim: Behind-the-Scenes of 'Piranha 3D' (2011) (Video)
mentioned by Eli Roth
The Greatest Movie Ever Sold (2011)
Tarantino's title card mentions him being the director of this movie.
Bad Movie Beatdown: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - Part 1 (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Spoony that Film Brain preferred Transformers 2 over this
The Cinema Snob: Hitler: Dead or Alive (2011) (TV Episode)
"This movie is sorta like Inglorious Basterds."
This Changed Earth (2011) (Video)
Poster shown.
At the Movies: Venice Film Festival 2011 (2011) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by David Stratton in a segment on movies screening in competition as another movie starring Michael Fassbender.
Inglorious Bitches (2011) (Video)
Title is a reference to Tarantino's film.
Welshy Reviews: The Three Musketeers (2011) (TV Episode)
"If you want to dissect a film for being historically inaccurate, go do it to Inglorious Basterds."
Neues aus der Anstalt: Prinzipien fallen wie die Blätter von den Bäumen (2011) (TV Episode)
Ingo Appelt mentions Til Schweiger's role in "Inglourious Basterds"
Dave's Old Porn: Jim Norton/Seka (2011) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned by Dave Attell
Last Man Standing: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (2011) (TV Episode)
Mandy: "We are... the Inglorious Baxters!"
Alpha/Bravo (2011)
Said by director to have inspired certain creative choices. Also, Corporal Barry's accent is a mimic of Brad Pitt's portrayal of Lieutenant Aldo Rein.
Conan: Miracle Whip on 34th Street (2011) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned during Christoph Waltz interview
The Simpsons: Politically Inept, with Homer Simpson (2012) (TV Episode)
"inglorious baster"
The Cleveland Show: 'Til Deaf (2012) (TV Episode)
"That's a bingo!"
Community: Pillows and Blankets (2012) (TV Episode)
Chang organizes a law enforcement posse called the "Changlorious Basterds."
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Jack Black/New York City's Meatball Shop Guys/Beirut (2012) (TV Episode)
Jack Black says that he intentionally misspelled Tenacious D's album title "Rize of the Fenix" like Quentin Tarantino intentionally misspelled the film's title
The Cleveland Show: Jesus Walks (2012) (TV Episode)
referenced by Junior
The Last Tycoon (2012)
Scene in the opera house is similar to the one in the penultimate finale in the movie theater.
Django Unchained (2012)
Christoph Waltz plays a German Bounty Hunter Again
The Graham Norton Show: Quentin Tarantino/James McAvoy/Alan Davies/Emeli Sandé (2013) (TV Episode)
Quentin talks about the scene where he strangles Diane Kruger.
Halbschatten (2013)
mentioned in dialogue during a game of charades.
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #21.101 (2013) (TV Episode)
Jay mentions that Eli Roth was in the film
Rewind This! (2013)
Poster is shown.
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #21.116 (2013) (TV Episode)
Jay mentions that the "Key and Peele" sketch with Ty Burrell was like the film
AniMat's Reviews: Epic (2013) (TV Episode)
AniMat says Christoph Waltz voices Mandrake like how he did as the villain in this film.
Los Cinéfilos: Ewoks (2013) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Mike & Mike: Episode dated 4 July 2013 (2013) (TV Episode)
Ryan Ruocco lists his top 5 movies since 1986
Safe and Sound Video Remix (2013) (Video)
Footage Shown
Chelsea Lately: Episode #7.134 (2013) (TV Episode)
This movie is on Chuy's movie knowledge quiz.
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #22.24 (2013) (TV Episode)
Eli Roth says he saw Quentin Tarantino writing the film's screenplay in longhand with a pen
Buba Shel Medina: Episode #2.4 (2013) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Avigdor Lieberman
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #22.42 (2013) (TV Episode)
Jay mentions that Quentin Tarantino directed the film
Chelsea Lately: Episode #7.185 (2013) (TV Episode)
Ian mentions the movie by name,
Christmas Cruelty! (2013)
Hommage to Tarantino
Chelsea Lately: Episode #8.6 (2014) (TV Episode)
Zosia Mamet mentions the movie by name.
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
When the hotel is used by the army, a "General Stiglitz" is mentioned by an hotel employee. The production company Babelsberg is behind both films
Tosh.0: Boomer the Dog (2014) (TV Episode)
Tosh wears Brad Pitt's outfit from this movie
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Michael Strahan/Diane Kruger/Phish (2014) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing Diane Kruger
The Cinema Snob: The Babe Ruth Story (2014) (TV Episode)
"Sam Levene? I didn't know that inglorious bastard had been around this long."
The Hateful Eight (2015)
same universe

Features 

Sabotage (1936)
To illustrate the dangers of nitrate film, a brief clip from "Sabotage" with Desmond Tester trying to get on a bus with a reel of film is shown.
Stolz der Nation (2009) (Short)
Clips of scenes are shown during the film's premiere.

Featured in 

De wereld draait door: Episode #4.167 (2009) (TV Episode)
A fragment is shown.
At the Movies: Cannes Film Festival 2009 (2009) (TV Episode)
Clips shown in segments on films selected for competition.
Spike's Guys Choice (2009) (TV Movie)
Mentioned by Brad Pitt during Fight Club acceptance speech and clips shown during Quentin Tarantino award
Late Show with David Letterman: Episode #16.188 (2009) (TV Episode)
Promotional excerpts showed during interview with Quentin Tarantino - Lt. Aldo Raine informs his men that he expects '100 Nazi Scalps'.
Late Show with David Letterman: Episode #16.189 (2009) (TV Episode)
Promotional excerpts showed during interview with Diane Kruger - Bridget von Hammersmark reveals to Lt. Aldo Raine that the Führer will attend the movie premiere.
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: The Rotten Tomatoes Show Year Endies (2009) (TV Episode)
Recieves multiple nominations and awards
The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2010) (TV Movie)
Clips shown when Nominated for several Catagories
16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2010) (TV Special)
Nominee clips
De wereld draait door: Episode #5.97 (2010) (TV Episode)
A fragment of the trailer is shown.
Late Show with David Letterman: Episode #17.88 (2010) (TV Episode)
Promotional excerpt showed during interview with Christoph Waltz - Lt. Aldo Raine and Pfc. Smithson Utivich meet Col. Hans Landa for the first time.
At the Movies: Episode #7.1 (2010) (TV Episode)
Clips shown when it is revealed that this movie came in at No. 2 in a viewers' poll on the top 10 movies of 2009.
Live from Studio Five: Episode #1.108 (2010) (TV Episode)
Clips shown.
Richard Roeper & the Movies: RR's Oscar predictions: Best Supporting Actor (2010) (TV Episode)
Footage shown as Roeper discusses Christoph Waltz's Best Actor Oscar chances
Richard Roeper & the Movies: RR's Oscar Predictions: Best Picture (2010) (TV Episode)
Footage shown as Roeper discusses the movie's Best Picture chances
Richard Roeper & the Movies: RR on the Oscars: The Big Picture (2010) (TV Episode)
Footage shown as Roeper discusses the Best Picture category
The 82nd Annual Academy Awards (2010) (TV Special)
nominee clips
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #18.7 (2010) (TV Episode)
a clip from the film starring Christoph Waltz is shown
South Jersey Sam: Schindler's List Review (2010) (TV Episode)
Clip used
Great Movie Mistakes 2: The Sequel (2011) (TV Movie)
Clips of mistakes shown
Hollywood's Top Ten: Best of the Decade (2011) (TV Episode)
Runner-up for the user poll of the best movies of 2001-2010
Nightmare Factory (2011) (TV Movie)
Uses making of footage
Blood and Guts with Scott Ian: Walking Dead's Greg Nicotero Gores Scott Ian (2012) (TV Episode)
The scene of a clean-shaven Greg Nicotero playing a Nazi who is attacked by Hugo Stiglitz is shown in the beginning, revealing both Nicotero's role and the fake head that was created for the scene.
Smashing UK Top 10: Top 10 Film Directors (2013) (TV Episode)
Clips
The Greatest Ever War Films (2014) (TV Movie)
Number 26 in the Countdown

Spoofed in 

Late Show with David Letterman: Episode #16.195 (2009) (TV Episode)
Features spoof trailer in which Dave is Hitler's complaining downstairs neighbour.
Harald Schmidt: Episode #4.1 (2009) (TV Episode)
Bauerfeind and Schmidt talk about and call it 'romantic movie' with a little bit blood
Blue Mountain State: Nerds (2010) (TV Episode)
The scene where Shosanna interrupts "Pride of the Nation" is spoofed
The Simpsons: The Fight Before Christmas (2010) (TV Episode)
segment is parody of film
Robot Chicken: No Country for Old Dogs (2011) (TV Episode)
Spoofed in the "Inglorious Reaterdz" segment
Saturday Night Live: Christoph Waltz/Alabama Shakes (2013) (TV Episode)
Spoofed in the "New Tarantino Movie" digital short

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