The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
A photo of Henry Fonda as Tom Joad is visible on a wall.
some quotes from this movie are used
Wells refers to title
Henri Fonda visiting Fedora to give her an honorary Oscar
John Carradine mentions The Grapes of Wrath.
Mentioned in a conversation
Title mentioned by Vincent Gardenia during flashback
Referenced on a poster
Humorously referenced by name: Joe and Kate hate grapes and get angry when somebody mentions these fruits.
Zuckerman mentions "Grapes of Wrath" as a favorite movie.
Mentioned by name.
Mentioned by name.
Casey Jones mentions it.
Joel mentions John Carradine's work in the movie.
Nick fills up a glass with "Grapes of Wrath juice" for Parker's dad.
mentioned in narration
Tom: "Meanwhile, back at the Joad house"
Crow: "The Joads had a depressing enough life as it was, and then they filmed it in black-and-white."
Crow: "He's able to pick up a ride with the Joad family."
Crow: The Joads pull a heist.
The title of the episode is a take on the movie.
Crow: "Loved you in 'Grapes of Wrath'!"
Nelson's Project is called the grapes of wrath, he literally has grapes and the wrath is him smashing the grapes with a sledgehammer.
Mike: Rose of Sharon's having a baby.
Martin Scorsese names it.
Characters talk about this movie.
Referenced by name
Servo: "Good thing they enlisted the help of the Joads."
Mike does the closing scene to the Grapes of Wrath
Mentioned in a dialogue
The name of the wine the Bonaparte's have created
Emily refers to The Grapes of Wrath while commenting on her daugher's empty refrigerator.
Poster is shown.
mentioned in documentary
Lorne: "It's Grapes of Wrath in outer space."
Referenced in the divorce party scenes, and in the monologue at the end
correct response in "Movies' Last Lines" category
main character is named Tom and has just been released from prison, shot of Tom walking along dirt road intentionaly recreates a shot from Ford's film
mentioned by Vince
References the character "Tom Joad".
Mentioned in dialogue
mentioned by Peter Bogdanovich
Bill: "They truck all these people in from 'The Grapes of Wrath'?"
George McFly askes Marty if his school play is based off of this story
mentioned by Steven Spielberg when he presented Best Picture
Shawn discusses the plot of "The Grapes of Wrath," which Gus then identifies.
Snob adds the subtitle: "Wherever there's a Casper beating up on a broad, I'll be there."
Referenced by Ron
Mike says that it's one of his favorite movies.
Crash's speech in the crime scene is a direct parody of Tom Joad's speech in The Grape's Of Wrath.
Mentioned by Osborne.
Clip shown in honorary montage
See in montage and/or clip.
Farewell speech to Ma
The movie that Michael Keaton's character is watching in his room.
clip with Jane Darwell
Sebveral scenes including farewell scene and "We're the people!"
Numerous scenes with Fonda including farewell with Darwell
Features a clip.
Hidden Hollywood features scores of scenes from past movies, some in passing reference and many clips from various movies.
This film is #21 on the list.
Hidden Hollywood II features scores of scenes from past movies, some in passing reference and many clips from various movies.
Clip of movie is shown on TV screen in their apartment
Tom Joad is #12 on the "Heroes" list.
The two main characters watch this movie on the theater.
Tom Joad's monologue is audible on the motel room TV
Plays on the TV in the last scene with Henry Fonda saying "... I'll be there".
This film is #7 on the list.
Clips are shown.
This film is #23 on the list.
As a clip of the movie is shown, Richard Gere mentions Henry Fonda appearing in it.
Clips shown, Rich Hall discusses this film, describing it as the first true road movie.
Parodied as "The Grapes of Mud".
Al's resignation speech parodies Tom Joad's closing speech.
first half of cartoon is a spoof of GoW
Adam's final "You Go Girl" speech is a play on Tom Joad's "I'll be there" speech
The Marsh family's migration to "Californy" in search of internet parodies "The Grapes of Wrath."
Spoofed in the black-and-white scenes of the residents of Ogdenville packing up and leaving their town.
Rush Limbaugh's closing "I'll be there" speech spoofs Tom Joad's concluding speech.