The Goebbels crying scene is a scene often used in parodies. It happens immediately after Hitler's wedding with Eva. However, in the Theatrical Edition, it is the other way around.

In Downfall

Goebbels Facepalm

"Der Führer has stolen my teddy bear."

In this scene, Traudl is typing out Hitler's will, Goebbels then enters, weeping, while telling her that Hitler has ordered him to leave Berlin. He later adds that he has never ignored an order from the Fuhrer before, and continues to cry. He decides to ignore this order to leave and stay with the Führer, while telling Traudl that he wants to dictate his will. However, Traudl is still not finished with Hitler's will, so Goebbels decides to arrange another time for the writing of his will.

Use in the parodies

This scene is rarely used on its own. When it is used, it is mostly used in conjunction with other scenes for a story-based parody. If this scene is used, Goebbels is mostly seen crying about trivial or childish things, such as the loss of his childhood teddy bear.


  • Although Goebbels claims never to have ignored an order from Hitler, he actually did in the Original Bunker Scene (Hitler ordered everybody except for Keitel, Jodl, Krebs, and Burgdorf to leave the war room. For some unusual reason or another, he and Bormann stayed in the room)

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.