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  1. Mel Brooks immediately comes to mind.

    “Springtime for Hitler and Germany..”
    and
    the end of “History of the World – Part One”

  2. I am SO excited for this movie it’s not even funny. It’s the first time in at least a decade where I REALLY REALLY want to go to the theatre and see it. OH man!

  3. At first I had flashbacks to Independence Day until the Nazis showed up. Then I thought “Cool!” Though somebody will have to explain to me very carefully how Warthogs jets and Zepplins can work in space.

    • I’m not sure about the Warthogs (which, by the way, are among the victims of the recently announced budget cuts), but, from other footage I’ve seen, the zeppelins are really zeppelin-shaped spacecraft that act as carriers for the smaller saucer craft.

    • If The Doctor can lead a group of WWII Spitfires into space to do battle, it shouldn’t be too hard to imagine interstellar Warthogs too, am I right?

  4. Oh, yes, Jeremiah. Propellers will work in space just as well as jet engines. LOL. Which Doctor was that? The last doctor I had access to was the one with the curly hair and long scarf.

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