The Quiet Man (1952)
The iconic "kiss under the rain" scene is copied here.
Mentioned as part of John Wayne's filmography.
Ireland scenes are inspired by this film.
Remington and Tony's fight through the middle of an Irish town is an homage to this film. In fact, both scenes were filmed on the same location.
Mentioned by Maurice on air as the only John Wayne film he disliked. He says he found it boring.
Shown on a movie marquee in a scene where one of the black families in South Carolina goes to see, and is seen sitting in the black only balcony watching the newsreel before the film begins, with news about the Ku Klux Klan shown.
Cited by student filmmaker.
Mentioned by Lindsay Anderson.
Tom: "This is like 'The Quiet Man,' only it takes place in a mansion in Hollywood."
Crow: I think they're going for the Quiet Man movie fight record.
Sissy Wanamaker tells Milo O'Brannigan he's so quiet and Irish that he's like The Quiet Man
Crow: "This is very much like 'The Quiet Man,' except there are Mexicans in tights, and one of them is a devil."
mentioned in naration by Scorsese
Mentioned by Jim Belushi.
mentioned when a Irish character appears
brought up in conversation as example of a 'real man'
As Bosco leaves the wake, the bagpipers play this movie's theme
Mentioned in the game's dialogue
Referenced by title
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "3 of a Kind"
While Nikki gives Bart CPR, Bart dreams of Sean and Mary Kate kissing.
When Tracy and Jenna race to the limo the song from the famous scene where John Wayne drags Maureen O'Hara across Inisfree is played
One of the other girls tells Eilis she saw this movie
"That never happened in The Quiet Man!"
Film Brain suggests watching this instead of Leap Year
Story based on it's film set.
Clip shown in honorary montage
E.T. watches the film on television.
Scenes are shown.
A segment from this film is featured.
Brendan watches this movie at the theater
entirely made up of clips from this film
Playing on TV in Tony's living room.
George A. Romero's #3 favorite film
the clip was shown.
The Irish folk song "The Rakes of Mallow" plays during the initial riot scene in the Crystal Ballroom.
As in the Quiet Man the fighters stop thier fight in order to have a little rest and a beer.