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Peter Kranz in the fog is a scene found in the Extended edition of Downfall. In this scene, Peter Kranz is shown walking around the streets of Berlin on a cloudy, foggy day during the Battle of Berlin in which he sees a woman walking by wearing a gas mask while pulling a stroller that day.

Due to its context, it's extremely rarely used in parodies, with only a handful known to use it.

In Downfall

On one hard, foggy day, Peter Kranz is shown walking around the streets of Berlin in which he then stops to see a woman wearing a gas mask who is also pushing a stroller that is covered by some kind of blanket. He watches the lady pass by while saying nothing at all and in the end, he gets creeped out by it, but he just continues on walking the streets that day.

In Parodies

Due to the lack of any dialogues in this scene, it was very rarely used in parodies, and when it was used it's only within longer feature-length parodies, never on its own.

A short segment was used by mfaizsyahmi in his spoof of a Detective Conan opening, along with many other obscure clips from Downfall that featured Peter Kranz and more or less matched the original opening.

Other people who used this scene include PiretBCN (the exact video is unknown) and Joster285 in his series, The Console Wars.

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Trivia

  • There are no dialogues at all in this scene.
  • In video above, there may have been another scene that goes with it that may have been a deleted scene or a scene that was shown in the Theatrical Edition of Downfall.
  • This scene is one of the most creepiest scenes that are shown in either the Extended or Theatrical versions of Downfall.

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