Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928)
In both movies the hero tries to hide inside a doghouse, but they quickly get out, because there's a dog in it that bites.
the cyclone at the end, and the way the buildings fall apart
during the cyclone Buster leaves the theater and a poster of "The Boob" can be seen on the fence behind him
Charley Chase and Buster Keaton try to jump into a lake, but it turns out the lake is painted on the backdrop.
There is a poster of this film on the wall of the nightclub.
The front of a bank is blown up and falls around Estie Del Ruth.
in a silent film, the facade of a house falls down around Silas Manchester
A wall falls down with a character standing in the doorway space
Collapsing facade is a direct reference.
Ian Hislop mentions the film in which the house falls on Buster Keaton
Lucy re-enacts Buster Keaton scene where wall falls on her but survives by standing in space where open door was located.
In "Amish Paradise," a wall falls on top of Al, but he is not crushed because the window lands where he's standing - the same thing that happens to Bill Jr.
in the beginning of the movie, during Charming's show, an element of the set falls down on him, but, instead of being crushed, he makes it through the window hole.
Collapsing facade crushes droids but Anakin is safe thanks to hole in the wall.
German poster for the film is shown.
When the building front falls on Shawn & Gus the open window stops them from being crushed, as it does for Buster Keaton.
One of the Pinkie duplicates narrowly misses being crushed by the falling barn by being precisely in a window opening, referencing the famous scene with Buster Keaton
Axl stands in front of the building when the frame falls around him
We see the scene where Buster Keaton's house is blown off its foundations (and many others)
Scene with Buster Keaton
footage is shown from this film
a film clip of this film is in Paradise Reel
can be seen on a TV in the hospital
Scene of house front falling around Buster Keaton
Clip shown: house falls down.
House falling on Buster Keaton clip shown
Clip of the movie is shown when comparing the game industry to the movie industry.
The scene in Pinky's old movie of being saved from one window opening when the side of a house falls, is spoofed from the old Buster Keaton film.
Instead of the front wall falling on the leading man, the whole house falls on him. In both cases the leading man is not killed because the window falls on him instead of bricks.
A sequence echoes the famous stunt from Steamboat Bill, Jr. where the falling wall of a house threatens to crush a man (in both cases named Buster!), who is spared by a window in the wall
On the level "Scotland the Brave" the wall of the house falls on Captain Ash, who ends up in the window.
during the musical number, the front of a house falls down around on a guy standing in front of it, who is unharmed because he goes through an open window, then a wrecking ball hits him
Couch gag recreates falling wall scene.
Replicates the legendary gag of the side of a house falling on a character.
Gingerbread door falls around Homer but a large piece of candy hits him on the head