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Adolf Hitler (April 20, 1889 - April 30, 1945) was the leader of the Nazi Party and Chancellor of Germany from 1933 until 1945. A fictionalized version of him is a minor villain in the popular adult-animated series South Park.
He has been voiced by both of the series creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
He is most notable in South Park for being among the idols of Eric Cartman. In "Pinkeye", Cartman dresses as Hitler for Halloween, with a costume made by his mother. He wasn't aware of Hitler's real self until Principal Victoria showed him a video of Hitler, during which he begins emulating his speech patterns, beginning his idolization that later became a focal point of his characterization in later seasons.
Hitler next appeared as a resident of Hell in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, harassing Kenny McCormick upon his entrance. He appears similarly in "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics", sadly singing "O Tannenbaum" and lamenting his love of Christmas, resulting in Satan throwing a Christmas party in Hell and giving Hitler a Christmas tree of his own.
Hitler, with a regular appearance rather than a photograph, briefly appears dressed as the "Can You Hear Me Now?" Verizon spokesperson at Satan's party in the episode, "Hell on Earth 2006".
Hitler is was shown in a black suit in "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics". In "Hell on Earth 2006" he was shown in a dark gray jacket with South Park's version of the Verizon logo in the left shoulder area. He also wore light gray pants.
- During older episodes he was usually depicted with a real picture of him pasted on a body but this was later changed to an SP-style face in "Hell on Earth 2006". However, In "Pinkeye", the video shown to Cartman portrays him with a circular animated head as opposed to a photograph.
- His mother, depicted in "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" bears a startling resemblance to Sarah Valmer.
- "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics"
- "Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?"
- "Hell on Earth 2006"