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This is a list of the unnamed characters from the film, that don't have a real name and are known just by their nickname, either from the credits or made up.

List of unnamed charactersEdit

American ColonelEdit

See American colonel.

American Soldier calling HitlerEdit

The American soldier who wants to surrender

Hitler?

“Hello! Hitler? I want to surrender!”
―American Soldier
This "American" soldier is seen calling Hitler for surrender. It's most likely, however that when the American troops retreated he too retreated as well.

He appears to be very scared and apparently has some form of tinnitus from all the shooting.

He was played by an unknown actor.

American Soldier in 'Pride of Nation'Edit

American colonel Bo Svenson

The man on the left.

“Colonel, I implore you, we must destroy that tower!”
―American Soldier
The "American" soldier who implores the colonel to destroy the fortified city's bell tower where Frederick Zoller was located, as they were taking too many casualties. The colonel however does not accept his proposition, as the bell tower was a historical building and it was too valuable. The soldier did not questioned the colonel's decision, and the attack continued until they finally withdrawn.

He was played by Quentin Tarantino, who received no credit.

American Soldier shot in the eyeEdit

The soldier shot in the eye

Eye scream.

He is seen carrying an M1 Garand. Gets shot in his right eye by Frederick Zoller. As soon as he was hit, he put his right hand at the eye and began to scream. He most likely died seconds later, as the bullet would of ripped his brain to pieces.

He was played by an unknown actor.

The scene is a reference to a famous scene from the Soviet propaganda film Battleship Potemkin

Bald GeneralEdit

See Unnamed_characters#General_Frank

Bald Security guyEdit

Bald German security guard

The bald guy.

Seen guarding Hitler's opera box, along with the other guard. He does not appear to be very satisfied by his job, as he barely has any reaction to what happens around him. When Zoller leaves the balcony, he barely looks at the German hero. When Donny walks by desguised as a waiter, he doesn't even look at him. When the seargent "offers" him a glass of "champagne", he looks at it with apathy and Donny immediately shoots the man in the head, spraying the wall behind him with blood and brains.

He was played by an unknown actor.

When Donny goes to see if Hitler has arrived, we see the sentry that will be later shot by Omar, but the other guard is not bald and instead is another character. When Zoller leaves the opera box, the other guard gets replaced by the bald man. It's unknown how he got replaced, considering that moments after Donny goes back in the auditorium to call Omar with him, Marcel locks the cinema, and it's unlikely that he could of done that if the sentries would wander around.

British Officer who escorts HicoxEdit

British officer who escorted Hicox

The escort guy.

“Right this way, Lieutenant.”
―British Officer

He is first seen escorting Hicox to the briefing room in the British military mansion. When he reaches the briefing room, he opens the sliding doors letting Hicox enter and closes them before leaving back.

He was played by an unknown actor.

Bund Deutscher Mädel Girl #1Edit

Bund Deutscher Mädel Girl 1

The left girl.

The girl whom Zoller last signed an autograph.

She died in the cinema explosion.

She was played by an unknown actress.

Bund Deutscher Mädel Girl #2Edit

Bund Deutscher Mädel Girl 2

The center girl.

The girl from the middle of the group, when Zoller signs autographs.

She died in the cinema explosion.

She was played by an unknown actress.

Bund Deutscher Mädel Girl #3Edit

Bund Deutscher Mädel Girl 3

The right girl.

The girl from Zoller's right, when he is seen signing autographs.

She died in the cinema explosion.

She was played by an unknown actress.

Citroën 7C leaning pedestrianEdit

Citroën 7C leaning pedestrian
A French pedestrian seen leaning leaning on a Citroën 7C. Possibly its driver. He assisted at the scene where Hellstrom told Shosanna to climb down from the ladder and come with him. The man wears a brown coat and black pants. He appears to to be smoking.

He was played by an unknown extra.

Cyclist being knocked down by the blastEdit

Cinema explodes

The person in the blast.

A cyclist is seen driving down the road, close to the cinema's entrance. When the Basterds bombs exploded, the blast obliterated the glass windows from the entrance. The cyclist was caught in the fire and the force of the blast knocked him down. It's unclear whether he survived or not, however considering he was engulfed by the fire blast, it's most likely he didn't. The cyclist wore a squared shirt, what appears to be skirt, a knit cap and had long hair. It appears that he could of actually been a woman.

He/she was played by an unknown extra.

After the smoke clears, the bike is visible seen in the debris, but the cyclist is not, so it's possible (thought unlikely) that he survived.

First Gestapo Officer killedEdit

Hugo Stiglitz strangles Gestapo officer

Stiglitz kills his first Nazi.

The first Gestapo officer killed by Hugo Stiglitz. Stiglitz strangled him with a garrote wire what appears to be a backyard alley of some officer barracks.

He was played by actor, Udo Kier

First Scalped NaziEdit

Scalping Tarantino dummy

Tarantino's dummy.

The first dead Nazi to be scalped by the Basterds. He held the rank of Scutze (Private).

Although it appeared that Omar scalped him, in reality the ground underneath him and face direction do not match, so he was most likely scalped by one of the other "minor" Basterds.

He was actually a dummy of Quentin Tarantino.

Ford Model AA driverEdit

“C'était bien. A la semaine prochaine.”
―Ford truck driver to Marcel
Ford Model AA driver
The driver of the Ford truck carrying and selling film rolls. He sold two film rolls to Marcel, one thick and one thin. He told Marcel that they'll see again next week. He appeared to be pleased by the transaction.

He was played by an unknown actor.

French WaiterEdit

He was played by Vitus Wieser who received no credits.

General FrankEdit

Hitler's generals

The general on the left.

The general is seen in Hitler's lair, watching Hitler's rant without saying a word and kept blinking instead. In fact, throughout the scene he does not speak at all, instead just looks silently at the other general twice, when the latter looks at him. He does appear to be staring at the giant painting of Hitler. After Hitler sat down, the bald general as well as the other "loquacious" general stared down, worried.

He was played by Michael Scheel.

General SchonherrEdit

Hitler's generals

The general who talks.

“No one really believes "The Bear Jew" is a Golem.”
―General

The general who told Hitler that he doesn't believe that Bear Jew is a golem, all the rumours being just nonsense.

He was played by Rainer Bock.

German CivilianEdit

Hans Landa laughs crazy

The lady with the fan.

A lady with a fan who kept looking at Landa as he was laughing. She died in the cinema auditorium explosion.

She was played by Sabrina Rattey who received no credits.

German Company Sgt.Edit

See Ludwig

German CSI man #1Edit

German CSI man 1
He is seen carrying a box.

He is the first man to leave the tavern.

He was played by an unknown extra.

German CSI man #2Edit

German CSI man 2
The second man to leave.

His face remains unseen.

He was played by an unknown extra.

German CSI man #3Edit

German CSI man 3
The third man to leave.

His face remains unseen as well.

He was played by an unknown extra.

German CSI man #4Edit

German CSI man 4
The fourth man to leave.

He is the second to last man to leave, before Landa's adjutant.

He was played by an unknown extra.

German Female Soldier / BeethovenEdit

German Female Soldier Beethoven
“If any of these wolves gets out of line, I'll kick their ass in.”
―German Woman Soldier "Beethoven"

She is seen in the La Louisiane tavern, celebrating the birth of Wilhelm's son with her comrades. At once point she friendly squeezes another soldier's nose to amuse Mathilda. During the firefight she shoots Stiglitz twice, who turns and shoots her a few times, killing her.

She was played by Petra Hartung.

During the firefight, the female German shoots Stiglitz only once in the back, but in the next shot he's seen with multiple bullet wounds (though it's possible the other bullets may have been ricochets). Stiglitz also shoots the woman twice, but instead four bullet wounds appear on her shirt.

German Jail Guard #1Edit

German Jail Guard 1
The guard is seen patroling with an MP40, before sitting down and begins to read a copy of Der Stürmer. Omar shoots him as he runs by.

He was played by an unknown actor.

The copy the German guard is reading dates from 1935.

German Jail Guard #2Edit

German Jail Guard 2

Wicki about to slit the guard's throat.

The German soldier is seen wielding an MP40. Wicki slips behind him, puts his left hand over his eyes and slits his throat his throat. The guard is heard gargling blood and dies.

He was played by an unknown extra.

German Jail Guard #3Edit

German Jail Guard 3
A soldier sitting on a concrete wall, holding an MP40. Donny blasts him away with his shotgun, projecting him through a window behind him.

He was played by an unknown actor.

German Jail Guard #4Edit

German Jail Guard 4
He is seen drinking from a coup while patroling, before Omar kills him and he is thrown in the air.

He was played by an unknown actor.

German Jail Guard #5Edit

German Jail Guard 5
Seen at a table behind the other two guards. Gets shot either by Omar or Hirschberg, falls on a table and rolls down with the table.

He was played by an unknown actor.

German Jail Sentry #1Edit

German Jail Sentry 1
Seen on Stiglitz's right. Carries a Karabiner 98k.

Closes the bar doors after Stiglitz is escorted outside.

He was played by an unknown extra.

German Jail Sentry #2Edit

German Jail Sentry 2
Seen on Stiglitz's left Carries a Karabiner 98k

Same as the other guard, he just closes the door.

He was played by an unknown extra.

German Jail soldier #1Edit

German Jail soldier 1
Seen on Stiglitz's right, draging him in chains.

He wears a side cap and one of his collars displays the SS Totenkopf, the other being blank.

He was played by an unknown extra.

German Jail soldier #2Edit

German Jail soldier 2
Seen on Stiglitz's left, draging him in chains.

He wears a side cap and one of his collars displays the SS Totenkopf, the other being blank.

He was played by an unknown extra.

German Jail soldier #3Edit

German Jail soldier 3
Seen escorting Stiglitz from behind, by pointing an MP40 at him.

He was played by an unknown extra.

German Movie StarEdit

She was played by Noemi Besedes who received no credits.

German OfficialEdit

She was voiced by Hélène Cardona who received no credit.

German SoldierEdit

He was played by Michael August who received no credit.

German SoldierEdit

He was played by Jake Garber who received no credit.

German Soldier / Edgar Wallace (as Zack Volker Michalowski)Edit

German Soldier Edgar Wallace
“Prost!”
―German Soldier "Edgar Wallace"
The German soldier is seen at the the table, drinking and celebrating Wilhelm's son birth, along with his comrades. At one point, the woman soldier from the group plays a prank on him, by squeezing his nose, to amuse Mathilda. He however, is not amused. Stiglitz points at him and the female soldier that he'll be responsible for Wilhelm's behavior and makes him come and take the sergeant away, only to be interrupted by Hellstrom. When the firefight erupts, he manages to pull out his gun, but Stiglitz shoots him dead before he can fire.


He was played by the German actor and musician Volker Michalowski.

German Soldier / Mata HariEdit

“To Max!”
―German Soldier "Mata Hari"
German Soldier Mata Hari toasts for Max

We drink to Wilhelm and Max.

He is seen at the table, drinking and celebrating Wilhelm's son birthday along with his comrades. After Bridget von Hammersmark leaves to meet with the disguised Basterds, he asks Mathilda to take her place. After she joins the table, he stands up and proposes a toast to Max, Wilhelm's son. During the card game, he fails to identify the name written on his card until the female soldier mimics a sensual dance, he finally gets the name right, and lowers his head down in embarrassment, while the rest laugh at him.

When the firefight erupts, he manages to pull out his Walther P38 and shoot Wicki a few times, who shoots him back before being accidentally shot dead by Wilhelm, who was firing indiscriminately.

He was played by Ken Duken.

When the camera shifts to Eric, we see that he lowered himself to the ground, but in the following shot, when Wilhelm is firing at the room, we see that he's standing up again, for no reason.

German Soldier / WinnetouEdit

German Soldier Winnetou

I'm a fictional, literary character from the past...

“I am "Winnetou," chief of the Apaches!”
―German Soldier "Winnetou"

He is seen in the La Louisiane tavern, playing the card name game. He is drinking beer and celebrating the birth of Wilhelm's son along with his comrades. He was the first German soldier to die, being shot dead by Wicki in the back during the tavern gunfight.

He was played by Arndt Schwering-Sohnrey.

German Soldier in the truckEdit

German Soldier in the truck
The German soldier who guarded Aldo and Utivich while they were being transported to the country tavern.

He was played by an unknown actor

German Soldier who brought Aldo in the country tavernEdit

German Soldier who brought Aldo in the country tavern
The German soldier who took Aldo in the country tavern. He appears to be stationed at the said tavern, as he's not climbing down from the truck. After he delivered Aldo to Landa, he left at the latter's orders, though not too far.

He was played by an unknown actor.

German Soldier who brought Utivich in the country tavernEdit

German Soldier who brought Utivich in the country tavern
The German soldier who took Utivich in the country tavern. He came via the truck and assisted unloading Aldo and Utivich from the truck, and he's the one who escorted Utivich to Landa. He and the other soldier left the room at Landa's request.

He was played by an unknown actor.

German Truck DriverEdit

Nazi Truck driver

The Driver.

The Soldier who drove the truck that brought Aldo and Utivich to the tavern. He does not enter the tavern, but instead he most likely drove the truck away back to wherever he came or was stationed.

Carries an MP40 and a wears a side cap.

He was played by an unknown extra.

Gestapo MajorEdit

Gestapo Major Jail

The Gestapo Major.

The Gestapo Sturmbannführer (Major) is first seen wearing a black M1932 Allgemeine-SS uniform and oversees Oberfeldwebel Hugo Stiglitz being dragged in chaines by two soldiers from the jail he's locked. As the Major is seen carrying a bullwhip, it's implied that he was the one who whipped the German soldier, as seen in the tavern flashback and that here Stiglitz was taken to be tortured.

He was played by Greg Nicotero who received no credit.

The Gestapo Major is seen wearing a black M1932 Allgemeine-SS uniform when Stiglitz is being dragged in chains, a type of uniform that had been abolished in 1942, which would suggest that Stiglitz was arrested sometime in early 1942. However, it's implied by the Narrator that he was rescued by the Basterds not long after he was arrested, which would suggest that Hugo's deeds happened in early 1944, making the presence of the black uniform (like in Hellstrom's case) an anachronism.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #1Edit

Gestapo officer 1

He is the first Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the first image from the upper row of the newspaper. There is no mention of how he was killed.

The mugshot actually belongs to Georg Karl Friedrich Wilhelm von Küchler, but it's unlikely it was actually him, as he was part of the Wehrmacht, held the rank of Generalfeldmarschall (Field Marshall) by 1944 and had no allegiances to Gestapo.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #2Edit

Gestapo officer 2

He is the second Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the second image from the upper row of the newspaper. There is no mention of how he was killed.

The mugshot actually belongs to Ernst-Günther Baade, but it's unlikely it was actually him, as he was part of the Wehrmacht, held the rank of Generalleutnant (Lieutenant general) by 1944 and had no allegiances to Gestapo.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #3Edit

Gestapo officer 3

He is the third Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the third image from the upper row of the newspaper. There is no mention of how he was killed.

The mugshot actually belongs to Georg Lindemann, but it's unlikely it was actually him, as he was part of the Wehrmacht, held the rank of Generaloberst (Colonel general) by 1944 and had no allegiances to Gestapo.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #4Edit

Gestapo officer 4

He is the fourth Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the fourth image from the upper row of the newspaper. There is no mention of how he was killed.

The mugshot actually belongs to Erich Bärenfänger, but it's unlikely it was actually him, as he was part of the Wehrmacht, held the rank of Generalmajor (Major general) by 1944 and had no allegiances to Gestapo.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #5Edit

Gestapo officer 5

He is the fifth Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the fifth image from the upper row of the newspaper. There is no mention of how he was killed.



Gestapo Officer Murdered #6Edit

Gestapo officer 6

He is the sixth Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the sixth image from the upper row of the newspaper. The mugshot belongs to Hellmuth Mader, but it's unlikely that He was killed by Stiglitz. Mader is a member of The German Army and is not apart of The Gestapo. Mader was promoted to Oberst in 1944. There is no mention of how he was killed.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #7Edit

Gestapo officer 7

He is the seventh Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the first image from the lower row of the newspaper. There is no mention of how he was killed.

He looks like the second Gestapo officer that Stiglitz killed on-screen, but it's unclear if it's actually the actor dressed as such or the image it's of an actual German officer who looked like him.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #8Edit

Gestapo officer 8

He is the eighth Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the second image from the lower row of the newspaper. There is no mention of how he was killed.

The mugshot actually belongs to Hans von Obstfelder, but it's unlikely it was actually him, as he was part of the Wehrmacht, held the rank of General der Infanterie (General of the infantry) by 1944 and had no allegiances to Gestapo.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #9Edit

Gestapo officer 9

He is the nineth Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the third image from the lower row of the newspaper. There is no mention of how he was killed.

He looks like the first Gestapo officer that Stiglitz killed on-screen, but it's unclear if it's actually the actor dressed as such or the picture belongs to an actual German officer who looked like him.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #10Edit

Gestapo officer 10

He is the tenth Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the fourth image from the lower row of the newspaper.

The mugshot belongs to Friedrich Lang, but it's unknown if he was the victim killed by Stiglitz. Lang was a pilot in the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) and was not a member of The Gestapo. There is no mention of how he was killed.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #11Edit

Gestapo officer 11

He is the eleventh Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the fifth image from the lower row of the newspaper.

The mugshot belongs to Günther Lützow, but it's unclear if he was killed by Stiglitz. Lützow was a member of the Luftwaffe and had no connections to the Gestapo. There is no mention of how he was killed.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #12Edit

Gestapo officer 12

He is the twelfth Gestapo officer murdered by Stiglitz, shown in the sixth image from the lower row of the newspaper. There is no mention of how he was killed.

The mugshot actually belongs to Walter Model, but it's unlikely it was actually him, as he was part of the Wehrmacht, held the rank of Generalfeldmarschall (Field Marshall) by March 1944 and had no allegiances to Gestapo.

Gestapo Officer Murdered #13Edit

Gestapo officer missing from first row

The thirteen Gestapo officer killed by Hugo Stiglitz. His mugshot isn't seen when we see the whole newspaper, but rather in the next shot. His mugshot is supposed to be the seventh on the upper row of the newspaper.

It's unclear who is supposed to be, as we only see the upper half of the image.

Gestapo Officer with a whipEdit

See Unnamed characters#Gestapo Major

Gum carrying guardEdit

Inglourious Basterds Hitler gum

The guy with the gum.

He is one of the MP40 wielding soldiers guarding Hitler and Goebbels opera box.

The German soldier holds the rank of Scharführer and is a member of the Sicherheitsdienst (shortened SD), the German cinema security. Donny sees him guarding the door. When the door opens, the sentry man looks to see who is and when he sees that it's Hitler himself, he quickly turns away. Hitler then asks him for some gum. The man searches through his left pocket for some gum, as Donny flees. After Donowitz shoots the other sentry in the head, Omar darts from behind the corner and shoots the man in the guts, spraying the nearby wall with a chunk of flesh.

He was played by an unknown actor.

Hellstrom's DriverEdit

Hellstrom's driver just closed the door

The driver.

“C'est votre cinema?”
―The Driver
The German soldier holds the rank of Rottenführer, as such he's a member of the SS, and acts as chauffeur for Major Dieter Hellstrom as well as translator.

He is first seen taking Hellstrom to Shosanna's cinema in a Mercedes-Benz 200 Lang. He opens the door for the Major and points to Shosanna who's up on the ladder, as she most likely fits the description Zoller gave him. He asks her if this is her cinema and at Major's words he tells her to come down, opens the door inviting her in, with a blunt "S'il-vous-plaît". After Shosanna arrives (slowly) at the car, she asks if she did anything. The Major bluntly tells her to get in the car, after which the driver closes the door, gets in the car and they all leave.

He was played by Sebastian Hülk.

Herrman #1Edit

He was played by Wolfgang Lindner.

Herrman #3Edit

“These are the American lines, Colonel sir.”
―Herrman
Herrman the radio operator

Radio operator and driver.

Herrman is first seen in the country tavern, when the German soldiers bring Aldo and Utivich. Landa tells Aldo that with via the "more than capable radio operator" he should contact his superiors to make a deal. The radio operator and Landa drive Aldo and Utivich in Normandy, where he is shot dead by Aldo with Landa's gun. Aldo then gives Utivich Landa's dagger and tells him to scalp the dead man.

He was played by Michael Kranz.

Herrman (Radio operator)Edit

See Unnamed characters#Herrman #3

Herrmann (Waiter #1)Edit

Herrman Waiter
He's the waiter seen seving champagne to Landa. When Landa thanks him, he nodds in approval. He's seen again when Omar and Donny go to the auditorium.

His fate remains unknown as he wasn't part of the movie crowd, so it's unlikely he perished in the cinema fire.

He was played by an unknown actor.

Herrman (Waiter #2)Edit

Herrman Waiter 2
He is the waiter seen serving champagne when Landa stops Aldo and Bridget from going to the Cinema Auditorium. He only has a brief cameo, and it's barely seen in the crowd.

His fate remains unknow, like the rest of the cinema staff, though it's unlikely he died in the cinema fire.

He was played by an unknown extra.

Hitler's painterEdit

Samm Levine the painter of Hitler’s giant portrait

Hitler's painter.

Hitler's painter is seen in the Burstich Garden, painting his giant portrait.

He has long curly and messy hair as well as big beard and a long moustache. He appears to wear casual gray clothes, with wide sleeves and black pants. He sits on a board between two ladders where he's mixing colours and measuring Hitler with his thumb as he corrects the smaller details from the portrait. He is still present when Hitler interrogates Butz and he continues to work on the giant painting. He is not shaken by any of Hitler's outbursts, when he rants about the Basterds or orders Butz to keep silence about the ambush.

He was played by Samm Levine, who also portrayed Gerold Hirschberg.

InternEdit

He was played by Nesti Gee who received no credit.

Italian woman with the baby carriageEdit

The Italian woman

Mio bambino!

“Mio bambino! Mio bambino!”
―Italian Woman

The Sicilian woman in the film, was one of the few civillians who didn't managed to flee the town when the "American" invasion showed up. As she attempts to flee from the city with her baby in a carriage, she gets caught in the firefight. After a collision with an American soldier, she loses her baby carriage, who continues to roll in the square, stopping in the helmet of a dead American soldier. As the baby cries, another soldier takes the toddler from the carriage, and holds him up, as a sign not to shoot and delivers it to the terrified mother, who hugs it.

She was played by an unknown actress.

In the film she says "Mia bambino", which is incorrect, as she should of said "Il mio bambino" (though she's not the only one with terrible language). Her character is a reference to the famous scene from Battleship Potemkin, although in the original film, she gets shot and dies, her fall being the one that pushes the baby carriage down the stairs.

Italian woman's babyEdit

The Italian baby

Caught in the war.

The baby from the carriage that is rolling in the free-fire zone.

The baby appears to be only a few months old, and from the limited info, appears to be a boy. As his mother tries to flee the sieged city, she accidentally collides with an American soldier and as a result the carriage gets separated from her. As she screams for her baby, the carriage continues to roll on it's altered direction. The baby however doesn't appear to be affected by all the loud weapons fire and sits very calm inside the cushioned carriage. When it hits the helmet of a dead American soldier in the middle of the open square, the carriage stops and the baby starts to cry. A nearby American soldier, who also appears to be a field medic, stops firing and takes the toddler and holds him in open view signaling not to fire. He throws him to his mother who is delighted that her baby is safe.

He was played by an unknown extra.

The scene is a direct homage to the famous baby carriage scene from Battleship Potemkin, although the outcome is slightly different in the original film.

Jimi DeanEdit

He was played by Brendan Potter who received no credit.

Lady in the bistro readingEdit

Lady in the bistro reading
The woman is seen sitting in the same room where Shosanna was reading a red book. She didn't appeared to be interested in Zoller's presence when the latter gave Walter Frazer and his girlfriend an autograph. She is also seen holding a cat at her breast, as she's seen swinging it.

She was played by an unknown actress.

Lady who looks at Landa laughingEdit

See Unnamed_characters#German_Civilian

Landa's adjutantEdit

Landa's adjutant

Landa's man.

“Everybody out!”
―Landa's adjutant

The man accompanying Landa in the La Louisiane tavern. He holds the rank of SS-Scharführer (SS-Squad leader) and appears to be in charge of the crime scene. He notices a woman's shoe when Landa was ruminating about the weird scene, as well as Landa. The Scharführer orders everyone to get everyone out, at Landa's signaling, as the German colonel searches for more clues.

He was played by an unknown actor.

Landa's driverEdit

Landa's driver
“Ya, Oberst!”
―Landa's driver

The man who drove Landa to Perrier LaPadite's farm. He holds the rank of Scharführer, and is a member of the SS. The colonel asks him if it's LaPadite's house, and the driver confirms. Landa tells him to wait in the car, as he goes to talk to LaPadite, and the man complies. Later, he and the two motorcyclists, come inside the house, with MP40's and massacre the Dreyfuses, who were hiding under the floor.

He was played by an unknown actor.

In the original script, he has more lines. When the party leaves the farm, he asks the colonel if it was a good idea to let the girl go.

Man being thrown out through the windowEdit

Man being thrown out through the window

Zoller sees the guy flying.

A man being thrown outside the cinema after it explodes. It's unclear what was the man doing in that room, as it was in Shosanna's room.

He was played by an unknown actor.

The scream used was the same as stuntman's Mike from Death Proof.

In the international trailer, we get a view of the man from the front when he jumps through the window. He appears to be one of the ushers from the cinema, based on his uniform.

Maxim's WaiterEdit

He was played by Olivier Girard.

Military AttachéEdit

He was played by Alex Boden who received no credit.

Missing Hitler's guardEdit

Hitler's missing guard
The man is seen guarding Hitler and Goebbels opera box, when Donny goes to see if the Führer has arrived. When Hitler exits the door to ask for some gum, the man just sits there. When Donny and Omar return, the man has been replaced by a bald guy. It's unknown what happened to him.

He was played by an unknown actor.

In the original draft, there was supposed to be a room with a few more soldiers which would explain his disappearance (changed shift), but because that part was cut his absence remains unresolved.

Motorcycle Rider #1Edit

Motorcycle Rider 1
He is seen riding one of the two BMW R 71 escorting Landa to LaPadite's farm. The first motorcycle rider seen entering LaPadite's house. When Landa gives the order, he fires his MP40 in the house floor, killing the Dreyfuses, except Shosanna.

He was played by Leo Plank.

Motorcycle Rider #2Edit

Motorcycle Rider 2
He is first seen riding one of the two R-71 motorcycles that escorted Landa to LaPadite's farm. He is the third man to enter LaPadite's house. When Landa gives the signal, he fires him MP40 through the house floor, killing the Dreyfuses, except Shosanna, who survives.

He was played by Andreas Tietz.

NarratorEdit

See Narrator

Nazi Burstich Garden escort #1Edit

Nazi Burstich Garden escort 1
The guard left of Butz, who escorted him to see Hitler.

He is seen wearing a black uniform.

He was played by an unknown extra.

Nazi Burstich Garden escort #2Edit

Nazi Burstich Garden escort 2
The guard right of Butz, who escorted him to see Hitler.

He is seen wearing a black uniform

He was played by an unknown extra.

Nazi SoldierEdit

He was played by Niko Novick who received no credit.

Nazi Theatre AttendeeEdit

Andrew Napier as Nazi Theatre Attendee

He is seen wearing a golden Nazi Party uniform.

Died in the cinema explosion.

He was played by Andrew Napier who received no credit.

Nazi Usher #1Edit

See Unnamed characters#Hellstrom's Driver

Obergruppenführer (Enzo G. Castellari)Edit

See Obergruppenführer (Enzo G. Castellari)

Old couple manEdit

Old couple man

Seen in the lobby of the Le Gamaar Cinema at the Stolz der Nation film premiere, when we first see Landa, drinking champagne. He appears to be married to an old lady, whom he kept discussing the film, from the leaflets he got from the ushers. When Omar and Donny go to the auditorium, they are seen down in the lobby crowd.

He died in the cinema explosion.

When Donny and Omar are walking in the Auditorium, the couple is already seen in their seats, even though a few seconds ago they were outside the room. When the usher announces everyone to take their seats, the couple is seen taking leaflets from the man and then heading for the auditorium door, even though they were already in the auditorium in the previous scene and when the old lady takes the leaflet they should of already been past the usher.

Old couple womanEdit

Old couple woman

Seen in the lobby of the Le Gamaar Cinema, at the Stolz der Nation film premiere, when we first see Landa, drinking champagne. She appears to be married to an old man, whom she kept discussing the film, by pointing something in the film leaflet. When Omar and Donny go to the auditorium, she and the old man are seen down in the lobby crowd.

She died in the cinema explosion.

When Donny and Omar are walking in the Auditorium, the couple is already seen in their seats, even though a few seconds ago they were outside the room. When the usher announces everyone to take their seats, the couple is seen taking leaflets from the man and then heading for the auditorium door, even though they were already in the auditorium in the previous scene and when the old lady takes the leaflet they should of already been past the usher.

Old French VeterinarianEdit

Aldo Raine, doc and Donny in the hospital

Doggie doc.

After Bridget von Hammersmark was shot, The Basterds, not wanting to draw any attention, take her to this French veterinarian, possibly in Nadine. Here they coerce him into into extracting the bullet from her leg and stiching her wound. He injects Bridget with what appears to be morphine and when he's about to extract the slug, Aldo sends him away and throws away his surgical instruments. Utivich is then seen guarding him, as Aldo interrogates Bridget. Aldo later orders him to dig the bullet again from her leg, wrap it into cast and inject her with enough morphine so she could join the film premiere. His fate remains unknown.

He was played by André Penvern.

The shooting script includes a scene where Raine and his men intimidate the veterinarian into treating Bridget Von Hammersmark's bullet wound by shooting 2 of the dogs inside their cages. This scene was apparently filmed but cut from the final print, as during the scene with Hammersmark on the table if you look behind her you can see 2 of the cages with holes in the wire mesh, and blood stains and dead dogs within.

OSS Commander Who Agrees to DealEdit

See OSS Commander

Second Gestapo Officer killedEdit

The second Gestapo officer Stiglitz kills

Toothbrushing!

The second Gestapo Officer killed by Stiglitz. Hugo put a pillow on his face to prevent him from screaming and then stabbed him in the face with his knife. The officer's mugshot is also seen in the paper about Hugo Stiglitz, the first photo from the second row.

He was played by John Waters and received no credit.

Skeptic GeneralEdit

See Unnamed_characters#General_Schonherr

SoldierEdit

He was played by Aleksandrs Petukhovs who received no credit.

SS MajorEdit

He was played by Guido Föhrweißer who received no credit.

Third Gestapo Officer killedEdit

The third Gestapo officer that Stiglitz kills

Fists for breakfast.

The third Gestapo officer killed by Hugo Stiglitz. Stiglitz woke him up by slapping his cheeks and then shoved his fist in his mouth, choking him. His rank remains unknown.

He was played by an unknown actor.

UsherEdit

German Cinema Usher Bodyguard
“Take your seats. The show is about to begin.”
―Usher

He's seen in the cinema overseeing the auditorium entrance. He announces the crowd to take their seats as the show is about to begin, while handing film leaflets. He grabs Aldo and disarms him, while the rest of the staff take him outside. He takes Aldo's bomb and his knife to Landa, pleased. He's then seen outside, holding Aldo to the wall, until Landa signals him to back off. After Aldo headbutts Landa, he jumps and holds Aldo back to the wall. He then takes him to the truck. The usher doesn't appear anywhere in the cinema afterwards. His fate remains unknown.

He was played by an unknown actor.

Usher #2Edit

Usher 2 Bela Felsenheimer
“Everybody please take your seats. The show is about to begin.”
―Usher #2

He was seen at the Le Gamaar Cinema, announcing the crowd that the film is about to begin so they should take their seats. He is later seen apprehending Aldo after Landa gave the order. He isn't seen afterwards.

He was played by Bela B. Felsenheimer who received no credit.

Usher #3Edit

Nazi Bald Usher
He's the bald guard who put a black bag on Aldo's head. He's then seen taking Aldo outside of the cinema.

He was played by an unknown extra.

When Aldo is taken down, he's actually coming to him from his behind with his hands free, and in the next shot he's on his head already putting the black bag on his head.

Usher #4Edit

Nazi Usher grinding
He is seen getting a hold of Aldo's legs, while the other men cuff him. He then lifts Aldo and grinds while he does that, indicating he has trouble holding the Basterd. He's then taking Aldo outside the cinema. His fate remains unknown.

He was played by an unknown extra.

Usher #5Edit

Nazi Usher lifting Aldo
He is seen holding Aldo to the ground and disarming him. After he's seen lifting him and drags him outside.

His fate remains unknown.

He was played by an unknown extra.

Usher #6Edit

Nazi Usher holding Aldo on the wall
He's seen grabing Aldo and after he was cuffed and disarmed he lifts him and drags him outside. Here he's holding the Basterd to the wall, until Landa tells him to back off, to talk to Aldo. When Aldo headbutts Landa, the man jumps and pins him on the wall. Landa waves them to take him to the truck, which he does and loads the American in the truck. He's not seen afterwards.

He was played by an unknown actor.

Volkswagen Kübelwagen DriverEdit

Volkswagen driver and the soldier behind him
The Volkswagen Kübelwagen driver.

Gets mowed down by Stiglitz, Donny and Hirschberg.

He was played by an unknown extra.

Volkswagen Kübelwagen HauptscharführerEdit

“What brings you all the way out here?”
―Volkswagen Kübelwagen Hauptscharführer
Man in the Volkswagen talking
The SS-Hauptscharführer is seen in the car and when his party meet Stiglitz, Donny and Hirschberg, he asks them what are they doing so far away. The trio mow them down and the man falls sideways of the car.

He was played by an unknown actor.

Volkswagen Kübelwagen Soldier #1Edit

Volkswagen soldier behind the man who talks
The soldier seen behind the Hauptscharführer.

Killed by Donny and co.

He was played by an unknown extra.

Volkswagen Kübelwagen Soldier #2Edit

Volkswagen soldier behind driver
The soldier seen behind the driver.

Killed by Donny and co.

He was played by an unknown extra.

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