Hitler and Fegelein’s gun kata duel is a parody by Gb. Alexander. As of February 2020, it has gained over 1,925 views and 73 likes. It won July 2015’s Parody of the Month and best FX parody in the Unterganger Awards of that month.
The parody was made using Sony Vegas Pro 11.0, like Alexander’s previous (and later) parodies. It relied heavily on special effects; the entire parody utilized a scene from the 2002 action movie Equilibrium (in this case the fullscreen 1.78:1 version of the movie), and headpasted Hitler, Fegelein, and Günsche’s heads into the characters’ heads, namely DuPont, Preston, and Brandt, respectively. The headpastes in question were made by TheSilverUniverse and Staedty86, which are made available to download for parodymaking purposes.
- In the credits, among the people listed in the Special Thanks section is writer Gen Urobuchi of Saya no Uta, Madoka Magica, and Kamen Rider Gaim fame, who is a fan of Equilibrium. He even wrote a fan-fiction kinetic novel based on the film, called Jouka no Monshou (Emblem of the Sacred Flame).
- Headpaste FX goof: In a few of the parody's shots, both DuPont and Brandt are left unedited without Hitler and Günsche’s heads, respectively.
- In his 300 Subscribers Q&A Results video, Alexander has expressed his regrets that he submitted a newer parody, Hitler leads the Atrox Army instead of this parody to the first Hitler Rants Parodies Contest of 2015.
- In Beom Jun Koo's "If Downfall Parodies were real", both Hitler and Fegelein died when the shots were fired. It's supported by the fact that Gun Kata is not possible in real life.