Peppone's face when he finds out that the child carrying a huge basket of flowers for the bishop is his son Marco.
Jesus scolding Don Camillo after he refuses to christen Peppone's son because they wanted to call him Libero Antonio Lenin.
Don Camillo: Baptism is not a joke, baptism...
Jesus: Don't try and explain baptism to me, I adopted it!
Don Camillo accepts that they call him Lenin... when another of the names is Camillo.
When the bishop's car arrives, Smilzo rushes to open and hold the door for him and Peppone kicks his shin. A minute later, the bishop stumbles and Peppone instinctively grabs his arm - only the bishop won't let him go and Peppone now has to help him walk to town. Cue Smilzo moving closer and discreetely kicking Peppone's shin.
Peppone and Don Camillo's speeches to their respective soccer teams before playing each other.
Peppone: YOU MUST WIN! Or I'll break your heads!!!
Don Camillo: I won't make any threats, I'll just say that if among you there's a rascal who doesn't play to the last drop of his blood, I'll kick his backside into dust.
At the procession to the river, Brusco is barely moving his hand at all as he crosses himself.
Don Camillo's reaction on discovering Peppone had a tank hidden away in his barn.
Use it to take the family out on Sundays, eh?
The village receives a tractor from a sister city in the USSR, but it refuses to start... until Don Camillo blesses it.