The "camera breaking the window" gag, already mentioned as a Mel Brooks trademark, is a nod to Psycho (1960), where the camera seemingly passes through a closed window in the opening scene. A similar gag was used in Brooks' Hitchcock parody, 'High Anxiety.'
Let me introduce you to my best friend: Will Scarlet.
Scarlet: Scarlet's my middle name. My full name is Will Scarlet O'Hara.
Scarlet: We're from Georgia.
When Broomhilde lands on the stone after attempting to land on the horse, it is clear that the stone is cracked in advance of her landing.
The opening credits appear after shooting fire arrows. At the end of the credits the arrows are flying into village houses and setting them on fire.
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