The scene of the gambler holding a pistol to the pregnant woman's head is lifted from the 1913 film.
Cited by director Orson Welles as influence.
stan Jolley walks out of the saloon just as Tom Tyler did going in at the clomax at "Stagecoach" as if he's alive but then suddenly collapses.
One of the sons whistles the theme to 'Stagecoach' constantly
Passepartout climbs down onto a coach team as it is galloping, as did Yakima Canutt.
Frequent references to the "Stage from Lordsburg"
Mentioned as part of John Wayne's filmography.
Ranse brushes off a stagecoach in the beginning of the storytelling.
Toody describes John Wayne's role in the film.
Academy Award nominee for best picture
Mentioned in the dialogue.
Discussed by Gabriel and Sam
Joel mentions John Carradine's work in the movie.
Ken Curtis mentions this film.
Although the title is fairly generic, from the context it is probably a reference to this specific movie.
Two of Yakima Canutt's stunts (jumping from horse to horse and being dragged under the stage) are repeated here.
Mentioned in the dialogue.
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Salem mentions the film.
The stunt where someone is dragged under a stagecoach.
Referenced by name.
Mentioned by Steven Spielberg
There is a level with the same name where a wagon is attacked by indians
While doing John Wayne impressions Brennan mentions Stagecoach
Mentioned by Scorsese.
referenced by name.
title mentioned by narrator; poster seen
DVD is shown in a video store.
mentioned by Peter Bogdanovich
DVD cover shown.
Mentioned by DiNozzo and Gibbs
John Ford talks about his movie
Thomas says the set pieces are from a play inspired by this film.
Video case is shown ("La Diligencia").
poster shown, mentioned as one of the classic Best Picture nominees of 1939
Mentioned in lyrics
The stagecoach scenes are inspired by John Ford's movie
Indians attach stagecoach
Baxter flips to the movie while channel surfing
Indian attack scene with Canutt stunt
Clip shown in honorary montage
documentary about 30s films
This film is #63 on the list.
Welles rewatches the film several times to try to understand film cutting.
A clip from the climactic shoot-out is shown.
Clip from film is used in this episode.
Clip from trailer used
clip of scene filmed in Beale's Cut is shown
This film is #9 on the "Western" list.
Contains a scene from the film.
A clip is shown
Clips seen and discussed
clip shown when discussing old west heroes
The character of Horace Badman is a parody of Hatfield from the earlier film.
being attacked during a ride in the stagecoach, similar characters like the two drivers, the lady, the banker. the lady being annoyed by cigarre smoke, etc - but everything in an exageratet, comical way
The movie's theme is spoofed, and the stagecoach end chase, when Bart tells of when his family met the Indians.