Boo Radley's shadow on wall, and Jem
Still photo of Atticus in courtroom in transitional montage
The courtroom scene in which the defense attorney (Gregory Peck) throws a glass to the defendant to prove that he is left-handed is copied, this time featuring Cher and Liam Neeson.
Charlene says this is her favorite film.
Mentioned by name.
mentioned in Love with a Proper Stranger trailer
Sweetie suggests that she could play a role in "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Mentioned by name.
Servo: Boo Radley!
Tom: "Hey, Boo Radley!"
Tom: "That's 'To Kill a Mockingbird.'"
Crow: "And Scout sees Atticus shoot the mad dog in the street."
Joel mentions the film by name.
Joel: Hey, It's Boo Radley's house.
Mike: "Boo Radley!"
Jay inadvertently says "It stinks!" after the film is mentioned at the Oscars
"Boo Radley waved him on"
When Brighton has to read the book, Fran tells him to watch the movie instead.
references the dog-shooting scene
"Boo Radley, Daily Hearld"
Jimmy sells 'the bird' from the film to Mr. Lindsay
Episode is named "To Kill a Mocking Alan" (every episode is named after a movie).
Dave calls Bill, Jimmy and Joe "Atticus Finch, Scout and Boo Radley"
The courtroom scene mirrors exactly that of To Kill a Mockingbird
Bart's band is called "Captain Bart and the Tequila Mockingbirds."
Lorelai mocks Rune's character, calling him "Boo Radley."
McCabe is explicitly based on Gregory Peck's portrayal of Atticus Finch.
"To Kill a Talking Bird" Itchy & Scratchy cartoon
Title referenced in Love-Ah's sketch
Following the scene where Spider-Man stops the armored car robbery -- when Peter is trying to sell the photos he took to the daily bugle -- the following dialogue is exchanged: Jameson: "This'll be the the headline: Spider-Man hero or manace?" Parker: "Menace? But Spider-Man was trying to stop the robbery --" Jameson: "Save it Atticus, you take the pictures and I'll print the headlines." Note that Jameson refered to Parker as "Atticus" as he was trying to defend the actions of a rightous cause. This is a reference to To Kill A Mockingbird.
Johnny refers to himself as Boo Radley.
Robert talks about the movie
Paul talks about it being his favorite movie.
Kids have fascination with neighborhood shut in
Explicitly describes a scene in the movie
A Character mentions it
Oprah tells the film Crash is as good as this classic
VHS tape seen
referenced in clue in "National Medal of Arts Recipients" category
Juliet tells Jack she brought him a video of "To Kill a Mockingbird"
Ray Fiske calls Tom Shayes a "a regular Atticus Finch".
Samuel L. Jackson ask if his daughter would like to watch "To Kill a MockingBird" on channel 6.
Jack as Tracey's father mentions a lady that "paid me a nickel to bust up your chifferobe"
Referenced by name
Reference in an $8,000 question
Dean says the photoshopped hair adds a certain Atticus Finch quality to his picture on the leaflet.
Gash's ex calls him "Boo Radley".
Subject of a $1,000 question
Included in a $7,500 question
Tim Roth mentions this movie during interview
Carlos say he has seen the movie
Conan refers to Andy as Boo Radley
Jay mentions that President Obama will host a showing of the film on USA Network
Cat asks Liz if she thinks she could pull off a hairstyle like Scout in the film
Munch refers to Lomatin as "a real Boo Radley."
The book is read in class, later Ethan asks Lena if she has seen the movie
Cited as one of best 100 movies in last 100 years
This film is #34 on the list.
Atticus Finch is #1 on the "Heroes" list.
Clips featured during In Memorium segment (Gregory Peck).
Memorial Tribute: Gregory Peck
In this film the older brother makes his younger brother watch the film To Kill A Mokingbird and also thegrandmother and the older brother talk about this film.
This film is #2 on the list.
This film is #25 on the list.
on the TV in Jenny Romano's apartment
Clips shown in a segment on Atticus Finch.
This film is #1 on the "Courtroom Drama" list.
Clips are shown
Audio clip is heard.
The #3 Movie Dad.
Shown during In Memoriam montage
Clip shown to celebrate 50 years of Harper Lee's novel.
features clips from the 1962 film
Tim Roth talks about Star Wars
a clip is shown during Kartina Richardson's segment
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Featured during an obituary.
"To Heal a Mockingbird"