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References 

The Gold Rush (1925)
The scene that Chaplin is eating his shoe is mentioned twice
The Blue Angel (1930)
Hitler ("Hollywood" version) sings: "Falling in Love Again (Can't Help It)".
The Little Princess (1939)
Hitler ("Hollywood" version) muses: "Hmm, the little Princess."
The Ladykillers (1955)
Somebody gets dropped down to a passing steam train.
Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
A fair young brown-eyed brunette rendevouses at a transport station - sporting a headscarf, heels, stylish dark-tinted glasses, mid-length beige trench coat, and handbag.
Steptoe and Son (1962) (TV Series)
During the end credits outtakes, Phil Cornwell does impressions of Albert and Harold Steptoe
Mary Poppins (1964)
"Ye Olde Dick Van Dyke Street" nods to American actor Dick Van Dyke's put-on Cockney accent.
Alfie (1966)
Christian Slater's character asks Adolf Hitler ("Hollywood" version): "What's it all about, Alfie?" This is also the opening line to the title track for the film - Alfie - both of which question the purpose of life and love.
Dad's Army (1968) (TV Series)
The location, and pointing direction, of the three arrows representing British armed forces on the map of Europe.
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
US Churchill wears a brown felt fedora on an adventure against Nazis.
Pump Up the Volume (1990)
Christian Slater's character says: " ...let's pump up the volume", just before breaking into a 1990s sounding song and dance number. Slater starred in Pump Up The Volume, (1990).
Braveheart (1995)
A future Queen of England falls in love with a "commoner" who fights for freedom.
The Patriot (2000)
Englishmen try to gun down Americans. White American gets hit and goes down in woodland. He calls out for help. Black American assists him to safety.
Pearl Harbor (2001)
An American flies a British fighter plane into the Battle of Britain.

Referenced in 

The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse (2005)
Poster can be seen in one scene.
Hitler: The Comedy Years (2007) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name

Featured in 

Top Gear: Episode #5.5 (2004) (TV Episode)
Mention of Christian Slater being in it, and a clip is featured
Hitler: The Comedy Years (2007) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown

Spoofs 

Brief Encounter (1945)
Train station waiting room scene
The Great Escape (1963)
character shot on railway platform staggers sideways while holding chest
Saturday Night Fever (1977)
Churchill ("Hollywood" version) poses like Tony Manero when dancing.
An Officer and a Gentleman (1982)
Military man in white uniform takes damsel in his arms, leaning over her to kiss her, she leans back, they kiss.
Top Gun (1986)
Gung-ho American military man says: "She's lost that lovin' feelin'", to his pal before they break into song to try and impress a female object-of-desire.
Die Hard (1988)
US Churchill wears an undershirt and yells "yippie-kay-yay" as he single-handedly takes on a building crawling with Nazis.
Titanic (1997)
Dancing scene - upper class female lead dancing with lower class male lead in a lively crowded dancing environment

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