The Overture marketing guys who designed (or at least approved) the Men Who Stare At Goats lobby poster were paying oblique tribute to the 1961 Judgment at Nuremberg poster. Have there been others? Probably, but they’re not coming to mind.

The very first version of the Nuremberg poster, by the way, used side-to-side profiles. The below image is from the soundtrack album.

The German city is called Nurnberg, of course. Why have Americans always insisted on calling it Nuremberg? Where is the upside in changing the spelling and adding an extra syllable? How could any English speaker, educated or not, have difficulty saying “Nurnberg”?