Forbidden Planet (1956)
Landing and lifting footage are reused, also brings back the spaceship prop.
Perry Como mentions four films in which Anne Francis has appeared.
Walter Pidgeon introduces his movie co-star, Robby the Robot.
Robby the Robot guest stars in this episode.
Re-use of costumes and weapons
Part of poster seen
The "electronic tonalities" created by Louis Barron and Bebe Barron were in this movie.
Lou holds a Robby the Robot toy at the beginning of the episode.
air raid wardens wear the suits of the FP crew; when George and Weena enter the museum of talking rings, to the right is the clear steering globe from the ship
The United Planets Cruiser ship, Robby the Robot, handguns, and gages were recycled from Forbidden Planet.
vehicle seen at end of episode
A toy Robbie the Robot appears in the film
The full-size lower portion of the Kanamits' transport spaceship is the adapted version, with retractable stairway, of the saucer-shaped United Planets Cruiser C-57D, seen in MGM's Forbidden Planet.
Robby the Robot from the sf classic film plays Arnold, the music hit predicting computer.
When Horace and Mr Judson are looking at the designs of the toy, it is the design of Robby the Robot.
A Robby the Robot model with some modifications, is this week's special guest star in The Twilight Zone.
Robby the Robot makes an appearance.
Robby the Robot appears as the Robotoid.
Robby the Robot appears in this episode.
Duplicate Micky calls himself Robbie The Robot
The robot who is programmed to provide Marshall Cahill with his alibi. Robby the Robot is best known for having starred in the Sci-Fi classic Forbidden Planet (1956)
From "Science Fiction Double Feature": "Anne Francis stars in Forbidden Planet"
Robby the Robot appears at the Space Questicon
Robby the robot appears in this episode.
JT mentions "Monsters From the ID"
Robbie the Robot appears in the background at the inventors' convention. During his second appearance, he is heard to repeat his lines from "Forbidden Planet", including "Would 60 gallons suffice?"
One of the students is dress up as Robbie the Robot.
Danny asks the cinema manager if he is going to show this again
Robby the Robot appears.
Frasier mentions "Forbidden Planet" being better than "E.T.".
Various interior shots of the Klowns' Big Top spaceship homage iconic shots of the interior of the Krell Machine.
Seen on a poster in one of the cut scenes.
A Robby the Robot figurine can be seen at the Yester Toys Shop.
Joel: "There was 'Forbidden Planet.'"
Crow lists "Twiki, the girl from 'Small Wonder,' Robby the Robot, Al Gore" as some famous robots.
The nuclear trigger is called a "klystron relay", which is a piece of hardware in the Krell laboratories.
Rod Taylor refers to the film.
"Certainly sir, will 64 gallons be sufficient?" - Robot Binome
A robot modeled after Robby appears at the beginning of "Casper vs. the Ultimate Fanboy."
Barclay shows LaForge a coil of copper wire to ask if it would work to fix the plasma coil. It is the same prop used in Forbidden Planet where a crew-member asks Commander Adams if it would work in building the transmitter.
The store has a Robbie the Robot-like robot.
Referenced in Sci FI con report
Crow: Robby the Robot in a depressing cameo.
Robby the Robot is set on fire and screams out, "Why was I programmed to feel pain?!"
Xander mentions Robby the Robot, the robot from "Forbidden Planet"
Homer imagines what his funeral will be like, and Robby the Robot is among those in attendance.
Mentioned by Robert in toy store.
Lizzie is transformed into an updated computer-graphic version of the "monster of the id"
Ebert mentions the movie when discussing sci-fi movies
Melting through metal blast doors.
Dr. Mobidus resembles Dr. Morbius of this movie.
Referenced in dialog/visuals
Robbie the robot is used in a diagram.
The Vault is an homage to the Krell machine
The premise of the climax, a monstrous creature created by a man's subconscious desires, especially his selfish attachment to his daughter, is likewise used in film.
Robbie the robot is the diagram of a robot used by the Nibblonians when explaining about delta brain waves.
Some characters have balls of light inside their mouths, rather than moving lips, which is a homage to Robby the Robot.
the evil self
A poster for the film hangs on the wall in Arthur's room.
An italian version of the poster is seen hanging on the wall of the room in wich Gia Mancini and Christina Kazan are held captive.
Para-Medic mentions the film during her codec conversations with Snake.
mentioned in newspaper film review
Andy has a magnet on his refrigerator thats a miniature movie poster for the film.
Registration number on a wrecked ship and vehicle with skeleton both on Miranda.
Movie poster seen during Robert Lesser interview.
The mad scientist mentions Robby the Robt, a character from the older film.
Robbie the Robot was mentioned. Footage of the movie was shown.
a poster for it is on the wall in Leonard and Sheldon's apartment
A Robby The Robot toy can be found in The Girl's living room.
Robbie the Robot is one of Skroob's advisors
Robby the Robot is the Wongs' butler.
mentioned by Eleni Poulou for its inspirational soundtrack
Monsters from the Id is a direct quote from the movie
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "Other Planets in Movies"
One of the games on Action 52 is titled Robbie the Robot.
Forbidden Planet Hollywood is a reference to this film.
electric monster in amp vs. amp competition looks like Id Monster
A map is titled "Forbidden Planet" after the sci fi classic of the same name.
Dempsey refers to the bomb disposal robot as "Robbie the Robot."
Linkara recalls his mistake of saying Robby was evil.
Robby the Robot is shown.
Castle and Beckett make plans for seeing it
Robbie the Robot's head appears on the back glass of the Twilight Zone pinball machine.
title comes from the explanation for a thriving alien race dying out overnight -- "Monsters from the id."
Robbie the Robot is in the Jawa's droid line-up
"Breaking out Robbie the Robot"
Video case is shown.
Jordan mentions that Robby the Robot was in Forbidden Planet.
Jo-Ann is fired from a planned remake of Forbidden Planet.
There is a poster for the movie among the doctor's collection of sci-fi memorabilia.
Mr. Conductor calls the robot Robby.
Clips from the movie are shown.
Edgar screens, "I will run the dress up for you in time for breakfast".
Daryl is watching 'Forbidden Planet' on TV while he speaks to Turtle using the walkie-talkie.
This film is featured in this episode.
part of the trailer for this film is shown
Clips are shown
Airs on TV set
features clips from the trailer of the film
Clip shown (verified in end credits).
The movie Peter is watching during quarentine
Peter is watching an old SciFi movie on a black-and-white TV and Robby the Robot appears
A clip of the movie was shown as an example of space travellers being highly intelligent.
Footage is shown.
Stokes watches it in his motel room.
Anne Francis appears once again with a man-size robot.
Robby the Robot appears and says several of his lines from the film.
Premise, characters, adapted to porn.
Boston expects to find 'a mad scientist with a pretty girl and a talking robot' on the other side of a door.
Robby the Automatron is a spoof of Robby the Robot.
Robbie the Robot is dancing in the bar.
Sinclair resembles Robby the Robot
The sidekick is a robot loosely based off the robot in this film. There is a dark alien castle that has modern architecture loosely influenced from the film.