newspaper article title: "All Quiet on Taxicab Front"
French film poster is visible in some scenes
Nurse Glover says, "All's quiet on the western front."
When the fight ends, Wilma asks "All quiet on the western front?"
Max says he learned to speak German by watching old movies includig this one. He also mentions Lew Ayres & Louis Wolheim were in it.
Col. Hogan refers to a possible movie remake by name.
Hawkeye says, "All's quiet on the eastern front."
unhuman military training
Brian refers to the film.
Arnold says, "All is quiet on the western front, ja?"
Joel: "All Boring on the Western Front"
"All quiet at the D&D front"
Tom: "All quiet on the western summit"
Rachel says, "It's all quiet on the Bayside Front."
"All quiet on the blackmail front"
Mentioned by The Love-Matic Grandpa
The scene with the new recruits
Fred: "...all quiet on the psychic front."
a dead soldiers boots becoming a major plot element
One of the films on the list
"All quiet on the western front" mentioned
"All quiet on the western front" said
"All's quiet on the western front"
It is listed as one of the "sweded" movies.
phrase "All quiet on the western front"
"All Quiet on the Front at Weston"
phrase mentioned by Boyd
This movie is on Chuy's movie knowledge quiz.
Mentioned in dialogue
The film is identified on screen and clips are shown.
Classroom speech by teacher and battle scenes
This film is #54 on the list.
Clips are shown
Best Picture montage
This film is #7 on the "Epic" list.
Footage of this movie is shown.
John and Sue are watching this movie on TV
Clips from this film are shown in Lost Forever.
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Number 19 in the Countdown
This cartoon is a satire of the 1930 Universal feature.
One of the sketches parodies this film