The Third Man (1949, dir. Carol Reed)
Metropolis (1927, dir. Fritz Lang)
“This film marks the beginning of an intensive interplay between cinema and architecture. In its most grandiose moments the two fuse to become cinematic architecture, an independent art form.”
-Wolfgang Jacobsen, Metropolis: A Cinematic Laboratory for Modern Architecture
Better Homes & Gardens: Dream Evil Labs edition -Fredric March in Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1931, dir. Rouben Mamoulian)
Photographer: Gordon Head
Sieg heiling duck via Der Fuehrer’s Face (1943, dir. Jack Kinney)
Der Fuehrer’s Face, an animated Walt Disney cartoon, was released during WWII as an anti-Nazi propaganda film. The short film, which employs numerous sight gags & songs to mock the German, Italian, & Japanese enemy, stars Donald Duck as a factory worker living under the Nazi Regime, where all are forced to salute the Führer at every turn.