Battleship Potemkin (1925)
both have scenes with outdoor steps covered with people
many scenes showing the guards against the rebels are filmed similarely
Man gets shot in the eye on a large set of steps in a large crowd. (exactly like the Odessa step sequence)
The scene in the concentration camp about the bad food is modelled on the rotten meat scene in Potemkin
When the prisoners run down the stairs to meet the army. This is a reference to the famous scene on the Odessa stairs.
Clyde shoots man in the eye (like in the Odessa step sequence)
One of the revolutionaries uses the title of this film as a call name.
The famous Odessa Steps sequence is replicated here intentionally.
gargoyle montage before explosion, an homage to lion montage before explosion
Simone Signoret recalls how she saw the movie at Langlois' home, in Paris, as he used to show it to guests - therefore breaking the law under German occupation.
A pram is seen rolling down a set of steps.
In chase scene where they ride the bike down the steps is a reference to the "Odessa Steps" sequence of Battleship Potemkin where a baby carriage careens down the steps
Moe Green gets shot in the eye (like the woman in the Odessa step scene), Barzini falls down steps (just like the Odessa step scene), The use of intercutting with Corleone's child (also done in the Odessa step sequence)
the shot of someone's shattered glasses during a battle; the "moving" lion statues
Chrissy and Neil have been to a two-hour offcuts collection.
Nomined once. The title is currupted as "La corazzata Kotyomkin".
Referenced by Neil
In order to get prepared for his role, François Léaud says, "I will watch BP to get some ideas. At least HE had a boat." (referencing to the lack of a boat in the cheap production he's involved into).
During Sam's escape from the torture chamber police advance down a set of stairs preceded by a cleaning cart as a reference to the famous scene on the Odessa steps.
the staircase scene with the baby cart. there are also sailors in the scene which makes it clear that its like the sailors rebalion in potyomkin
The Odessa stair scene is being filmed when the main character is in Odessa
Baby carriage rolling down hill toward cliff references baby carriage rolling down Odessa steps.
mention of the Federation starship Potemkin
the last scene is a direct reference to Eisenstein's film
Crow: She's the Battleaxe Potemkin.
In "March of the One Eyes" scene, close-ups of feet marching along, with weapons extended. Similar editing.
referenced in Jay's student film
referenced by Dennis
The film includes a homage to the famous Staircase Scene (The Potyomkin Stairs) in Bronenosets Potyomkin
referenced in Jay's student film
Referenced by Tom
A baby carriage rolls down some stairs. The scene is shot similar to the Odessa steps sequence.
the opening murder sequence parallels the odessa steps sequence.
"Battleship Potemkin" was one of the code phrases they used.
the pram rolling down the stairs
Referenced by name
When Alex is running down the stairs, he knocks into a baby carriage but does not actually knock it down the stairs. This is a humorous reference to the famous (communist propaganda) film where the baby carriage comes down the stairs.
the zombie mother giving birth echoes the carriage scene
The famous scene with the stairs and the pram is referenced here.
A poster made by Carlos Varela Veiga advertises a projection of this film in the "Cine-club Valle Inclán."
After they pick Jonathan from the railroad station, the car passes the (in)famous staircase.
the shot of the baby carriage rolling down the stairs
Monster chases crowd up banks of Han River in a tribute to "Potemkin".
The famous "Oddesa Steps" scene is recreated in the film.
title was the answer to a University Challenge question
Shot of baby carriage of same design plummeting out of control, referencing Potemkin's most famous scene.
Mentioned by Kabachkov in a list of movies which he claims we're made by Ryazanov, which are not
SPOILER: Joshua pushing the baby carriage down the stairs is a reference to the famous massacre on the Odessa Steps scene from "Battleship Potemkin"
Roman Polanski in the TV commercial promoting Lódz says that the two sets of stairs of most importance to movie history are the Odessa stairs in Eisenstein's film and the stairs leading up to the world-famous Lódz film school.
The massacre of the civilians running down the steps by American soldiers is an homage to the famous Odessa Steps sequence in Sergei Eisenstein's "Battleship Potemkin"
Captain Manolis & Mihalis mention this film
Reference the meat with worms scene.
red tomato is a reference to the red flag in Battleship Potemkin
Baby carriage rolling down stairs.
In an Easter egg for "The Movies", there is a film trivia screen showing a question of what one can get for ten or thirteen dollars and one of the choices of an answer is "Battleship Potemkin"
It is referenced.
During the movie about Fredrick Zoller at the end of the film, a quick shot shows a soldier being shot in the eye and screaming, referencing the old woman also shot in the eye during the famous montage massacre in Sergei Eisenstein's Battleship Potemkin (Bronenosets Potyomkin).
"Joseph Goebbels" announced at the banquet that Jud Süß will be the German "Battleship Potemkin"
Mentioned by DiNozzo.
Day says Milo might become the only kid in preschool to have seen "The Battleship Potemkin" more often than "Finding Nemo".
poster in Franklin's place
Rapid montage editing of the attack on Carmencita by the chauffeur refers to the similar editing in the attack by soldiers on the Odessa Steps.
When Margaret Pomeranz reviews the classic movie Knife in the Water, she mentions including the Odessa steps scene from Battleship Potemkin in the opening titles she designed for David Stratton's movie presentations on SBS, along with the dive into the water from Knife In the Water.
The eye-scream is recreated
features footage from this
The students on the demonstration rally are watching "Potemkin".
in part II
The fragment of the Odessa stairs scene is in the movie.
Clips are shown.
A short clip from this movie is shown
A segment from this film is featured.
Jeffrey Richards mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown ("Battleship Potemkin").
John Waters mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
the famous odessa steps scene is watched in the movie.
Clips are shown
one of the clips in the beginning
Boris the Russian babysitter watches this with the baby on TV.
A short clip of the famous massacre sequence is shown during the montage of war images.
used to illustrate how Langlois has constructed his museum in Paris
Mammootty, a film operator, shows this movie in some film society
Clip included; editing analysed.
Features footage from film in music video
extensive footage shown
Footage from the famous Odessa Steps sequence is used
Clips are shown
An excerpt is shown as an example, where someone looks like bitten by a vampire.
The Baby Bullets baby cart runs down a large staircase
This episode's Stick Figure Theatre is a parody of this film.
baby carriage on stairs
baby carriage scene
The baby carriage rolling down the stairs in the beginning of the film is identical to the Odessa staircase sequence in Potemkin.
Someone goes to the top of some stairs and pushes a baby pram down them then chases after it like the iconic scene in this movie. The footage goes to slow motion and the music from this scene in this film plays.
Carmen's baby carriage dramatically rolls down a flight of stairs.
The baby carriage rolling down the stairs to destruction is spoofed.
The Odessa stair sequence is taken from this film.
The baby carriage on steps dream is a spoof of the movie.
Pram rolling down stairs