Sally Fergus is introduced on Gunsmoke: Pike: Part 1 (1971) & Gunsmoke: Pike: Part 2 (1971).
While watching another show, Rizik recognizes a bad guy from "Gunsmoke".
Referenced in a joke during Milton Berle's monologue.
Hancock acts out a scene from this show.
Dick Van Dyke mentions Chester and Miss Kitty during his satirical TV Western sketch.
Danny Ocean says to Victor Massler, "Cut out the Gunsmoke dialog." (approx. 18 minutes into the movie)
One of four western series from which Rusty wants autographs from everyone.
Arlene Frances wants to watch the TV show in English (i.e. in America)
Danny mentions the show, while performing a comedy routine for the P.T.A.
Wearing a cowboy hat, while working undercover, Muldoon is mistaken for Marshal Dillon.
Mister Ed mentions Matt Dillon.
Stoney is told he'll ride in "like Marshal Dillon."
While the neighborhood kids are playing cowboys and Indians, Mrs. Wilson calls her husband "Matt", and Mr. Wilson calls his wife "Miss Kitty".
Maynard says that even though he's never actually seen him, he believes in Marshal Dillon (but he's not so sure about Chester).
Tom Corbett asks his son Eddie, "Would Chester run out on Marshall Dillon?"
Aunt Bea calls Andy "Sheriff Matt Dillon" and asks "Where's Chester?"
Sally limps out of the office calling for Mr. Dillon
Dennis mentions Sheriff Matt Dillon, and then he starts to limp.
Gomer says Goober can walk just like Chester on "Marshall Dillon", which was the title for the half-hour episodes of "Gunsmoke" when the series was expanded to a full hour.
When Oliver becomes deputy sheriff, Eb calls him 'Mr. Dillon'
Marchall Dillon is mentioned when Davy calls for help
Newly appointed Deputy Gilligan limps and calls the Skipper, "Mr. Dillon"
referenced in musical cues
Title referenced by Jack Lemmon
Mentioned by the German
mentioned by Nipsey Russel
Referened by the German in the bush
Buck refers to to Orrin as Marshal Dillon.
Referenced by Wolfgang the German Soldier
Referenced by Wolfgang and Milton Berle in the German bush
Raffles correctly predicts "Pistol Smoke" to be a top-rated TV show.
Mentioned by Archie
Ethel mentions the title.
Title mentioned by Yvonne
Fred says he's in love with Miss Kitty.
Grossman compares Jon to Matt Dillon
When Arness appears as 'The Thing," Matt Dillon is mentioned.
Mentioned by Tour Guide
"Let's go, Ms. Kitty."
Sophia says that Angela still tries to watch Gunsmoke on Sunday nights.
Sophia mentions by name.
mentioned by one of the characters
Carla calls Woody "Festus".
Ethel mentions the title.
Izzy says "Get out of Casablanca", which he was bumbling the quote "Get out of Dodge", heard in one manner or another on the old series set in Dodge City.
At 43:51, when Sam is talking to Al, he sarcastically quips, "Aw, shucks, Mr. Dillon."
Sam jokingly refers to Marshal Dillon.
Crow: "'Gunsmoke'? No, it'll never work."
action takes place in the Longbranch Saloon
Miss Kitty, the saloon-girl cat, seems to be named after saloon girl Miss Kitty from "Gunsmoke," even though "kitty" also refers to her being a feline.
Mentioned by title.
Tom: "Festus, from 'Gunsmoke'"
Joel: "I found Ken Curtis, TV's lovable Festus."
Mentioned in the "Quest for Space" segment
Larry tells Hank that he looks like Kitty from Gunsmoke
Mentioned by Mitch's father
Joel: Look, Miss Kitty's changing back there.
Crow: It's a herd of Miss Kittys!
"Miss Kitty & Matthew"
The "Get the hell out of dodge" line said by The Wolf.
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned during the trial as an example of violent television
A tattoo artist looks at Evan's old-time sheriff badge he bought and says he must be Miss Kitty. Though Kitty was not an officer of the law or deputized.
Buffy: "I tell you, if I were her, I'd get out of Dodge post hasty." This phrase originated on Gunsmoke
name of character Miss Kitty in a Gunsmoke-like Western setting
Mentioned in the Peckinpah obituary.
the show is mentioned and stills are shown
"Gunsmoke" lunchbox in Young Sherry's locker.
Marshal Dillon mentioned.
RuPaul says one of his runway gowns is "Miss Kitty in '09."
Included in a $500 question
Emmett, comparing the situation to a Western, says, "It was a lawless town: Shane, Marshal Dillon, Clint Eastwood."
Mentioned in dialogue
Jay mentions the show in commenting on the old-time television references David Spade makes
Name of the overly macho bodyguard protecting Freddie
James Arness is a pioneer of television westerns with "Gunsmoke".
Referenced in the cold opening
Eddie mentions a "Gunsmoke" marathon on TBS.
Jodie Foster talks about seeing clips of herself as a child on the show
Trying to run away from the small town of Dodge Junction, Applejack says "I gotta get the heck out of Dodge!"
Roman says they have to get out of "Dodge"
Dr. Greathouse says that Dr. Masters has a bigger following than "Gunsmoke".
mentioned by Lester
one of the teams mentions the title while trying to herd sheep
Two fans mention some of Maree Cheatham's past work
Martha is watching an episode of Gunsmoke on Television
The episode "Fandango" is on TV at the start of the track 'Is There Anybody Out There?' .
Kalibanos watches Gunsmoke in his cave.
At least one episode's clip was included in this "Biography" episode.
The show is on when Dick turns on Mary's new TV.
"Gunsmoke" is #40.
a clip is featured
Clips are shown to illustrate the neoconservatives' world-view
While wearing cowboy hats and western-style vests, Dave introduces a limping Rick as "Chester".
From Marshal Mort Dooley to a limping, very country deputy, the denizens of Elwood, Kansas mimic the iconic characters of Dodge City. Even camera angles in a gunfight scene are copied from Gunsmoke's title sequence.
Dennis's school play is a takeoff on Gunsmoke. It includes characters such as Marshal Mellon and his limping sidekick, Lester.
In the "Marshal Gilligan" dream sequence, which also features limping deputy Skipper and barmaid "Miss Ginger"
The Skipper pretends to be Marshal Dillon
Spoofed as 'Tonsmoke'
"Cowboy Time" sketch spoofs Gunsmoke
The video: "Nunsmoke" with Sister Matt Dillon
the "Sam & Friends" clip is a spoof of the show