The Seventh Seal (1957)
The spoken dialogue in this film is taken from The Seventh Seal soundtrack.
Referring to death as a "strict master"
When Antonius visits Jof and Mia, Mia offers wild strawberries to Antonius. Wild Strawberries is another Bergman directed film from 1957.
Phyllis refers to the scene in which Death challenges a character to a game of chess.
Referenced by Mr. Death
As noted by John Boorman, the scene where Sir Percevel approached the dead and dessicated knight during the Grail Quest is a reference to this movie.
Mentioned by Woody Allen.
"Not since the chess playing scene in The Seventh Seal!"
The character Death come out of the cinema screen
The character of the director-of-photography states that he uses the same light filter that Bergman used in "The Seventh Seal."
Servo: Hey, you guys have Death coming up to play chess with you?
Tom: "Davey, you're gonna meet a man in a black robe wanting to play chess with you."
referenced in Jay's student film
It is mentioned by filmmaker J. Lee Thompson in a newspaper article ("The Seventh Seal").
Referenced in the dialogue: "Ooo, if he [Death] asks you to play chess, don't even do it. The guy's, like, a whiz."
Richard says he had to go to 8 video stores until he found a copy of "The Seventh Seal".
Mark mentions this film.
One of the characters mentions that he "is not afraid of Death" the way Max von Sydow's character said it.
Morty's VD film features the protagonist playing chess with embodied disease, who wears a hood and all that.
Billy and Mandy play limbo with Grim like Death and Antonius Block play chess.
This Movie is indicated and paraphrased in a conversation about Ingmar Bergman
J.D. plays a game of "Connect Four" with Death.
Referenced by name
It is mentioned in a magazine ("The Seventh Seal").
Ellis Ward challenges Link to a chess game to decide the fate of the humans on Ganymede.
Ty plays a game of chess with Delazo. According to the Director's commentary this is just like the man who plays a game of chess with Death in The Seventh Seal (1957).
The characters Kai and Prince play chess in the same manner as in The Seventh Seal
Max von Sydow meets cloaked death (Tom Cruise)
When the film appears at the art house theatre on the screen
mentioned in documentary
In the end the children run off into the night like the characters running over the hill in Bergman's film.
When Cully and Dan go to watch a film at the "Bergman Season" at the film society, this is the film they watch and there is a poster for it on the billboard.
"The Seventh Seal" is listed in a program guide.
The chess game between the two characters to the life or death.
among the Ingmar Bergman-inspired Double Jeopardy! category names is "The Seventh Seal"
In "Experimental Film", Strong Sad meeting the Grim Reaper via split screens is a reference to this Ingmar Bergman film.
When Keillor, et al look over their shoulders at the "Dangerous Woman" as she enters the diner, it mirrors Death's entrance in "The Seventh Seal"
"you watched 'The Seventh Seal' stoned"
Mentioned in dialogue between Neil and Denise.
Music is used.
In the theater scene, Tom is in a knight's suit of armor and is playing chess by the shore.
The Bum hears that this movie is even worse than Citizen Kane
The Swedish dialogue when Godric and Eric first meet recalls the classic first meeting with Death in The Seventh Seal.
St. Peter plays Checkers
Jack and Diane mention the character of Antonius Block and his game of chess.
two main figures are referenced of this classic movie, the prosession and the wich death
Contestant mentions the film admiringly during interview segment
fictional sequel mentioned
It is an option for a question of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?"
The filmmakers have stated that there are many visual and thematic references.
Referenced at the university in the beginning
The chess game is done as an homage to the film.
Referenced in the "Theater" scene.
Manila Luzon calls her runway look "a dark lady look" ... "inspired by that old black and white film."
When Margaret Pomeranz reviews the classic movie Knife in the Water, she mentions including the chess scene from The Seventh Seal in the opening titles she designed for David Stratton's movie presentations on SBS, along with the dive into the water from Knife In the Water.
The scene where Gabriel play chess with priest.
Ebert's pick for his favorite black and white moment
screening at local cinema
Clips are shown
Two characters are watching the film on TV
Main characters watch this film at TV
Subject of documentary
Shown during the In Memoriam tribute (Ingmar Bergman)
Mitchell Haven and Laurel Graham watch this movie on TV.
Clips shown in a segment reviewing classic movies.
Part of the dialogue in the confrontation between Darth Vader and Obi-Wan Kenobi is accompanied by footage from two characters playing a chess game from The Seventh Seal.
Clip showing Knight
Chess game on beach
The Scandinavian horse works with an "Ingmar Birdman," a spoof on Bergman, director of the film; in addition, the horse is dressed as Death playing chess with a knight, a Seventh Seal reference.
Beaker appears as Death in the "Silent Strawberries" segment.
The opening scene sees a man play chess with the grim reaper and win, the grim reaper then gets mad, the end sees the scene reprised with them playing mini-golf. It spoofs this film where a man plays chess with the grim reaper.
Bill and Ted play Twister, Battleship, Clue and electric football with Death.
The Warner Bros. play checkers with the grim reaper to try and win Wakko's soul back (he wants to play chess but they don't know how).
Spoofed in segment 'directed by Ingmar Bergman'
Jerry Stiller portrays a b-movie director and one of his earliest films is an army training film about VD. It is a direct spoof of Det Sjunde inseglet, complete with the death character playing chess with a herpes victim.
Luke Skywalker plays chess with Death and there is a reference to Bergmann.
Max Von Sydow and Death are parodied in a Swedish language black & white sketch, with Conan seeking the meaning of life.
the Swedish Chef meets the Angel of Death in an Ingmar Bergman parody in "The Muppets Go to the Movies"