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germans marching And singing at the end, man looks up "buttocks" in dictionary, pronounces it "bee-yoo-tocks" and that's where he kicks the guy

It's black-and-white, originally in theaters but they've shown it on TV as a classic movie.  I don't know who the stars were.  All I remember is that near the end of the movie, there were a bunch of American military guys around, and one of them looks up buttocks in the dictionary.  He keeps pronouncing it "bee-yoo-tocks." Then he kicked a guy in the might've been his commanding officer, i'm not sure.  

Then the movie ends up with German army marching in place and I think they're in their underwear.  They are singing a song that I think many would recognize but I can't remember what it is.  They are singing in German and the song sounds like some kind of anthem.
asked Jul 29, 2015 in Name That Movie by dreemsnake (1 point)
edited Jul 29, 2015 by dreemsnake