How the West Was Won (1962)
The final scenes of the modern U.S. were from This Is Cinerama.
A civil war battle was taken from Raintree County
The Mexican army marching past the Alamo came from The Alamo
In one shot presumably inside a riverboat, MGM's showboat "Cotton Blossom" is visible through a window.
June tells Ward that Beaver and Gilbert have gone to see this movie at the theater.
Instead of saying Abraham Lincoln, Rob says "Raymond Massey" instead.
Theme music plays during 'The Squatters' sketch
mentioned by Doug Morrow
The song Thumbelina sing with Swallow, "Home in the Meadow"
Music used as background in 'The Adventurers'
The film is mentioned by name.
Brief sequence from trailer emphasizing the word Cinerama
Referenced by name
This is the making-of featurette.
Kevin talks about seeing the movie when he was 7 years old, and the inspirational effect that it had on him.
mentioned in documentary
Cody references the film's title.
guess during Charades
"How the Pest was Won"
"How the West Was Won" is mentioned by its co-star Stanley Livingston.
Stan mentions he was in the film
Mentioned by Quentin Tarantino.
Todd has a poster for the film on his "story wall" which relates his life story through films.
Mentioned by Jeremiah Otto when discovering Russell's colt in the rubble of his burned-out house.
Clips are shown
Clips illustrate the desirability of letterboxing over pan-and-scan.
Title was basis for parody "How the Middle East Was Won".
The movie being made is "How the Wuz Was Won".
title pun/Western theme