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Edited into 

Hai-Kubrick (1999) (Short)
Movies That Shook the World: 2001: A Space Odyssey (2005) (TV Episode)
Several clips shown.

References 

Metropolis (1927)
King Kong (1933)
Son of Frankenstein (1939)
Lionel Atwill as Inspector Krogh speaks with a similar accent and has an artificial arm he must reposition with his good arm in a manner similar to Dr. Strangelove's
Johnny Guitar (1954)
Lolita (1962)
Sellers makes first appearance in 'Lolita' from under a white sheet and in 'Strangelove' from under a white sheet of paper.
Dr. No (1962)
same decoration: war room vs Dr. No base.

Referenced in 

What's My Line?: Episode dated 26 January 1964 (1964) (TV Episode)
Bennett Cerf asks the mystery guest (Jonathan Winters) whether he appears in this film.
Chappaqua (1966)
"Dr. Strangelove" is advertised on a marquee under Peter Sellers' name.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Reason: In Strangelove, Major Kong says, "Fire the explosive bolts!" In 2001, the entry hatch sign reads "CAUTION: EXPLOSIVE BOLTS."
The Diamond Arm (1969)
In a dream sequence a hand comes alive and starts a fight with Kozodoev, in the same way as Peter Sellers has a fight with his own hand in "Dr. Strangelove".
Stick It in Your Ear (1970)
"Some crazy dude starts shouting about a lot of Strangelove shit."
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Alex is given Experimental Serum 114, a phonetic play on the name of the CRM-114 radio seen in Dr. Strangelove.
Portrait of an Actor (1971)
title mentioned; stills
The Crazies (1973)
Uses "The Animals Went in Two by Two" as background military marching music. Both films have military mistakes and incompetence as a key theme.
Teenage Nurses (1974)
Ashley Moore plays "Dr. Strange" and Levi Richards plays "Dr. Love".
Act of Vengeance (1974)
Linda calls the examining physician "Dr. Strangelove"
Barney Miller: The Guest (1975) (TV Episode)
mentioned in episode
The Muppet Show: Madeline Kahn (1977) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangepork is based on Dr. Strangelove.
The Muppet Show: Edgar Bergen (1977) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangepork is based on Dr. Strangelove.
The Muppet Show: Milton Berle (1977) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangepork is based on Dr. Strangelove.
The Muppet Show: John Cleese (1977) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangepork is based on Dr. Strangelove.
The Muppet Show: Teresa Brewer (1977) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangepork is a reference to Dr. Strangelove.
Capricorn One (1977)
Brubaker breaks into Coke machine for payphone change
The Muppet Show: Peter Sellers (1978) (TV Episode)
Sellers does the same voice as Dr. Strangelove
The Muppet Show: Elton John (1978) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangepork is a reference to Dr. Strangelove.
The Muppet Show: Cleo Laine (1978) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangepork is a reference to Dr. Strangelove.
The Muppet Show: Judy Collins (1978) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangepork is based on Dr. Strangelove.
The Muppet Show: Cloris Leachman (1978) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangepork is a reference to Dr. Strangelove.
The Muppet Show: Jaye P. Morgan (1978) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangepork is a reference to Dr. Strangelove.
Being There (1979)
Similar dialogue by same actor: When Chance meets the journalist at the dinner party at 1h37min, and says, "Hello Ronald, how are you?", he answers "Just fine", and Chance says "Good, I am fine too. Yes, good. We are fine." Similar to the conversation President Merkin Muffley has with the Soviet Premier over the phone in Dr. Strangelove: "Good... Well, it's good that you're fine and... and I'm fine... I agree with you, it's great to be fine..."
Airplane! (1980)
WarGames (1983)
Stop Making Sense (1984)
On the front cover, if you see the text from "Stop Making Sense" and below, it is written in the same style that the credits for Dr. Strangelove were. The reason this is so is that Pablo Ferro did the opening credits for both films
Sexmission (1984)
Professor Kupperweiser's wandering arm in the introduction of the movie.
Rhinestone (1984)
Jake refers to Freddie as "Dr. Strangelove."
Back to the Future (1985)
The device in Doc Brown's lab that Marty plugs his guitar into is labeled "CRM-114", which was the name of the message decoder on the B-52 in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
The Twilight Zone: Shatterday/A Little Peace and Quiet (1985) (TV Episode)
Movie is being shown at a theatre in the episode as a nuclear bomb hits the USA
Death Wish 3 (1985)
Paul gets Garcia to feed him buellets for the M1919 machine gun just like General Ripper does with Mandrake using the same weapon.
Spies Like Us (1985)
The American Way (1986)
Minh, the Vietnamese boy, rides a big dropping bomb the same way major Kong does in Dr Strangelove.
Raising Arizona (1987)
The acronyms "P.O.E" and "O.P.E." spray-painted in the washroom and shown in reverse in the mirror.
My Stepmother Is an Alien (1988)
Ron jokingly refers to Budlong as "Dr. Strangelove".
Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters: Dr. Strangedog (1988) (TV Episode)
Title reference
Freddy's Nightmares: The End of the World (1989) (TV Episode)
Freddy Krueger rides a bomb.
Tales from the Crypt: Dig That Cat... He's Real Gone (1989) (TV Episode)
doctor is called "Strangelove"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Crawling Eye (1989) (TV Episode)
Crow: (as bombs are dropped) Where's Major Kong?
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Project Moonbase (1990) (TV Episode)
Crow (as Dr. Strangelove): "Do they play for the Fuhrer?"
Two Evil Eyes (1990)
One of the videos on the shelf behind which Rod Usher has walled up his wife.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Moon Zero Two (1990) (TV Episode)
Crow: "Hey, it's Major Kong!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Black Scorpion (1990) (TV Episode)
Crow (as Dr. Strangelove): "We could live so that the animals could be bred and slaughtered!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Rocketship X-M (1990) (TV Episode)
Crow (as Dr. Strangelove): "Once the rockets go up, who cares where they come down?"
Pacific Heights (1990)
mentioned in film
Red Blooded American Girl (1990)
Mentioned by Owen.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Rocket Attack U.S.A. (1990) (TV Episode)
Crow (as Dr. Strangelove): "Of course, women must be chosen for their sexual prowess."
The Flash: Good Night, Central City (1991) (TV Episode)
Fosnight: "This is weird. I feel like I'm in 'Dr. Strangelove'."
The Simpsons: Like Father, Like Clown (1991) (TV Episode)
A movie titled "Doctor Strangepants" can be seen on an adult theater marquee Krusty walks by.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Viking Women vs. the Sea Serpent (1991) (TV Episode)
Crow (as Dr. Strangelove): "Time to breed the master race!"
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1991) (TV Episode)
Servo: I'm fine Dimitiri. You're fine, we're both fine. It's good to be fine.
The Lawnmower Man (1992)
Dr. Angelo has a copy of this next to his TV set at the beginning of the movie.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Attack of the Giant Leeches (1992) (TV Episode)
Crow (as Dr. Strangelove): "I think we should use the new A-bomb!"
Stay Tuned (1992)
Sneakers (1992)
Wistler wants "Peace on Earth". The NSA agent's answer can also be seen as a reference to "You can't fight in here - this is the war room".
Twist (1992)
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Operation Double 007 (1993) (TV Episode)
Crow: (as Dr. Strangelove) Animals will be bred and slaughtered.
Animaniacs: Testimonials/Babblin' Bijou/Potty Emergency/Sir Yaksalot (1993) (TV Episode)
Dr. Strangelove is in the War Room, resisting the urge to make the "Seig Heil" salute.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Mitchell (1993) (TV Episode)
Gypsy: OEP...EOP...POE...
Killing Zoe (1993)
Purity of Essence
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Atomic Brain (1993) (TV Episode)
Crow: Mien Fuehrer, I can valk!
The Simpsons: $pringfield (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling) (1993) (TV Episode)
The episode is named as a parody of the full name of this film.
Submarines: Sharks of Steel (1993)
Discussed in the context of warfare
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Village of the Giants (1994) (TV Episode)
Crow(as Dr Strangelove as Woof): Mein Fuehrer, I can walk! Arf!
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Creeping Terror (1994) (TV Episode)
Crow: I've been to a state fair, a rodeo, and that's the stupidest thing I've ever seen.
The Critic: Dukerella (1995) (TV Episode)
Jay pitches a remake of the film to be called "Dr. Strangelovitz"
The Simpsons: Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming (1995) (TV Episode)
The undergroud conference room, with its large circular table and circular light structure above it, resembles the same room in the Kubrick film.
Executive Decision (1996)
There is a macguffin called CRM-115, similar to Strangelove's CRM-114.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie (1996)
As a spaceship crashes, Crow emulates Slim Pickins riding the bomb in this film.
X (1996)
The pressure of the end of the world and the way Sorata acts so casual. Some of his lines are a nod to that movie.
Mars Attacks! (1996)
Blind (1997) (Short)
Face/Off (1997)
Men in Black (1997)
Switchback (1997)
A character falls backward from a train, he shouts "Yee-ha!'' and both the shot and the shout are homage to Kubrick's "Dr. Strangelove.''
Titanic (1997)
Mousehunt (1997)
Large letters on can of food in kitchen read "OPE" which was the recall code in Dr. Strangelove.
Five Dollar Fine (1997) (Short)
The three main characters names are similar to characters in Dr. Strangelove.
ReBoot: Showdown (1998) (TV Episode)
One of the ABC missiles shows the serial "FGD135".
The Big Lebowski (1998)
Maude refers to sex as "The physical act of love", quoting the famous line from this film.
3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (1998)
Jim Varney's character is named Lothar Zogg.
Armageddon (1998)
Rockhound: "I was doing that guy from that movie, you know, Slim Pickens, where he rides it all the way in, the nuclear warhead."
Metal Gear Solid (1998) (Video Game)
Ocelot's line "We're going to launch that nuke and ride it all the way into history" is a reference to the "nuke ride" scene in Dr. Strangelove.
Bayside Shakedown (1998)
reference
Frasier: Good Samaritan (1999) (TV Episode)
The night after Frasier's encounter with the transsexual prostitute, the newspapers give him the nickname "Dr. Strangelove."
The Simpsons: Wild Barts Can't Be Broken (1999) (TV Episode)
Opening sequence is a nod to the bomb-dropping scene
Futurama: A Big Piece of Garbage (1999) (TV Episode)
Like the movie, this episode ends with a rendition of "We'll Meet Again"
Big Wolf on Campus: Flugelhoff! (1999) (TV Episode)
Merton says that Dr. Flugelhoff is another in a long line of evil German doctors, like Dr. Strangelove.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Horrors of Spider Island (1999) (TV Episode)
Servo: Dr. Strangelove!
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Diabolik (1999) (TV Episode)
Servo: Mein fuehrer I can walk!
Bowfinger (1999)
Fight Club (1999)
Dialogue quoted: "Well, I've been to one world fair, a picnic, and a rodeo, and that's the stupidest thing I ever heard come over a set of earphones."
V.I.P.: Dr. StrangeVal (1999) (TV Episode)
title reference
The West Wing: Lord John Marbury (2000) (TV Episode)
Bartlet mentions Dr. Strangelove during a nuclear briefing.
Avengers: United They Stand: Shooting Stars (2000) (TV Episode)
Vision rides a missile that is being aimed
The Art of Stanley Kubrick: From Short Films to Strangelove (2000) (Video)
this is a documentary that covers some of kubrick's movies
The Unknown Peter Sellers (2000) (TV Special)
Referenced by title
Chicken Run (2000)
Deus Ex (2000) (Video Game)
The German mech's kill phrase is Laptuan Machine, in Dr. Strangelove Laputa was one of Maj. Kong's targets.
Space Cowboys (2000)
Unbreakable (2000)
Dune (2000) (TV Mini-Series)
Ken Adam: Designing Bond (2000) (Video)
Filmographical reference re Ken Adam
Becker: The Princess Cruise (2001) (TV Episode)
Bob refers to Becker as "Dr. Strangelove".
CQ (2001)
Metropolis (2001)
Cats & Dogs (2001)
Jason X (2001)
Who Is Cletis Tout? (2001)
A poster of it is shown
Meat Market 2 (2001) (Video)
character quotes dialogue
Return to Castle Wolfenstein (2001) (Video Game)
In the Paderborn village, the player reads a note to a "Dr. Merkwurdigliebe"
The 100 Greatest Films (2001) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
Futurama: Roswell That Ends Well (2001) (TV Episode)
The drawings on the missile.
Spider-Man (2002)
Mysterious Ways: Listen (2002) (TV Episode)
One of Declan's students mentions the film is playing at a theater in town that plays old films.
Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos (2002) (Video Game)
The West Wing: 20 Hours in America: Part I (2002) (TV Episode)
Percy Fitzwallace names McNally as Dr. Strangelove
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)
References when the pixie rides the skeleton down from the ceiling in Lockhart's classroom.
The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XIII (2002) (TV Episode)
In "Send In the Clones," the George C. Scott caricature in the war room is a reference to Buck Turgidson.
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Superlaser (2003) (Short)
Referenced in the title
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Get It Done (2003) (TV Episode)
Andrew: "They'll see the Big Board."
Agent Cody Banks (2003)
The "war room". The setup of the CIA room is exactly like the one in Dr Strangelove, circular and everything, they even mention it on the production design featurette.
Elephant (2003)
The delivery truck bears the letters "OPE."
Evil Dead: A Fistful of Boomstick (2003) (Video Game)
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)
Parts of the fallout shelter set are modeled on similar sets from Dr. Strangelove.
The Year of the Rat (2003) (Video)
Crispin Glover references the film in an interview situation
Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)
Name of missile used in film was the same as the one Slim Pickens rode in Strangelove.
Designing 'Salon Kitty' (2003) (Video)
This film is referenced by name.
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes (2004) (Video Game)
Ocelot's line "We're going to launch that nuke and ride it all the way into history" is a reference to the "nuke ride" scene in Dr. Strangelove.
Hellboy (2004)
The song "We'll Meet Again" from the end of Dr. Strangelove is playing on Broom's record player as he looking at the torn piece of paper in his study that reveals Rasputin's plans to destroy the world. At the end of Dr. Strangelove the world is indeed destroyed.
Derrick - Die Pflicht ruft! (2004)
In one scene Arno Hello calls Dr. Zark Dr. Seltsam (Strangelove in German).
The Sopranos: In Camelot (2004) (TV Episode)
In his apartment, J.T. has a poster for Dr. Strangelove, with which Christopher smashes him on the head
A Conversation with Roy Disney (2004) (Video)
Roy explains that one insignia made by the Disney studio during the war showed Mickey Mouse riding a bomb, to which he speculates Stanley Kubrick might have copied for use in the climax of this movie
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004)
The filming of this is recreated (including the War Room set and a mock-up of a B-52 fuselage). The war room's lighting halo and the nuclear bomb are also used in heart attack dream sequence.
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)
When Polly Perkins talks about Dr. Totenkopf she says that he "was at work on what was darkly hinted to be a doomsday device", a line straight from Dr. Strangelove.
Rory O'Shea Was Here (2004)
Rory goes to the costume party as Dr. Strangelove
Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars (2004) (TV Mini-Series)
Harvey has alien hand syndrome and imitates Peter Sellers; Crichton calls him "Strangelove"
Top Gear: Episode #5.2 (2004) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Jeremy
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (2004) (Video Game)
This film is mentioned during one of the radio conversations.
The West Wing: Impact Winter (2004) (TV Episode)
Josh refers to Dr. Strenlowe as Dr. Strangelove.
Film Geek (2005)
DVD is shown in a video store.
Area 51 (2005) (Video Game)
In Strangelove, General Jack D. Ripper believes fluoridation is part of a conspiricy. In Area 51, the player can read an illuminati letter saying water fluoridation is their doing, for the duel purpose of removing floride, an industrial waste, and allowing the human body to prosses it, as well as an agent to increase cancer rates and decrease longevity "within the least desireable demographics." The document ends with a side note saying, "As a side effect, it does in fact reduce tooth decay".
Good Eats: Dr. Strangeloaf (2005) (TV Episode)
Title Reference
The 100 Greatest War Films (2005) (TV Movie)
One of the films on the list
Doctor Who: The Doctor Dances (2005) (TV Episode)
Jack is seen straddling a bomb, much like a classic scene in the movie
Family Guy: The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire (2005) (TV Episode)
During charades, Chris gueses that Joe is Dr Strangelove
Destroy All Humans! (2005) (Video Game)
In one of General Armquist's scans he mentions protecting his fluids and purity of essence.
Color Me Kubrick (2005)
Explicitly referenced by one of the characters when speaking on the phone
Fun with Dick and Jane (2005)
The form that Dick and Jane have to alter near the end of the film is a CRM-114, which is the name of the radio that the pilots use in Dr. Strangelove.
Jeopardy!: Episode #22.78 (2005) (TV Episode)
correct response in "Movie Quotes" category
The 50 Greatest Comedy Films (2006) (TV Movie)
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Vsechnopárty: Episode dated 5 April 2006 (2006) (TV Episode)
Václav Vorlícek mentioned it as inspiration for unusual titles of some of his films.
Serum 114 (2006) (Short)
CRM114 is the missle launch code in Strangelove. It is the title of this movie.
RV (2006)
In the RV park's restroom, there is graffitti referencing "POE" and "OPE" from Dr. Stranglove. "Purity of Essence"
Southland Tales (2006)
The commercial of the SUV's humping is a homage to the opening sequence of Dr. Strangelove.
Danika (2006)
DVD seen in The Good Guys store
Severance (2006)
Reference to CRM-114
Jeopardy!: Episode #22.222 (2006) (TV Episode)
correct response in "Movies' Last Lines" category
50 Films to See Before You Die (2006) (TV Movie)
Someone says "Kubrick made a perfect film in each genre, he made the perfect War film, he made a perfect comedy". The comedy film being referred to is this one.
Heroes: Unaired Premiere Episode (2006) (TV Episode)
The third chapter of this episode is subtitled "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb."
The Killing of John Lennon (2006)
A still from the film is shown
The Cools (2006) (Short)
At the beginning of the movie, the protagonist answers a radio trivia question about this film.
Be My Oswald (2006)
The situation is so dire one is afraid to laugh
The Simpsons: GI (Annoyed Grunt) (2006) (TV Episode)
Movie's theme is played while tanks attack springfield
The Holiday (2006)
DVD on Amanda's shelf
Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops (2006) (Video Game)
Ghost mentions it during a radio conversation.
Sunshine (2007)
Riding the bomb to it's target references Slim Pickens' famous Dr Strangelove scene.
Shrek the Third (2007)
When the villains try to break into the bedroom where Fiona and the others are have the baby shower, the Cyclops rides the "break-in"-log just as Slim Pickens does at the end of Dr. Strangelove
Hitler: The Comedy Years (2007) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
The Simpsons Movie (2007)
Homer's hat when disposing of the bomb.
Postal (2007)
There are 3 similiarities to the movie: There is only one sane person in the entire movie, one person tries to contact the U.S. President per payphone and the ending sequence with a lot of nuclear bombs exploding.
Universal Soldiers (2007)
professor is called Dr. Strangelove
Superbad (2007)
One of the dick drawings resembles Major Kong riding the nuclear bomb
How I Met Your Mother: Third Wheel (2007) (TV Episode)
Barney: "always party with Dr. Strangelove."
Californication: The Devil's Threesome (2007) (TV Episode)
Hank mentions his precious bodily fluids.
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007) (Video Game)
The chapter entitled "No Fighting In The War Room" is a reference to the famous line "Gentlemen, there's no fighting in the war room!"
I Am Legend (2007)
DVD case can be seen on a shelf in the video store
The Forbidden Kingdom (2008)
Seen on the shelf in Old Hop's pawn shop.
Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (2008)
The acronyms "P.O.E" and "O.P.E." spray-painted in the washroom and shown in reverse in the mirror.
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations: U.S. Southwest (2008) (TV Episode)
referenced by Anthony
SpongeBob SquarePants: The Patty Caper/Plankton's Regular (2008) (TV Episode)
Plankton has a Plan R.
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 (2008) (Video Game)
The century bomber unit quotes the line: "Well boys, I reckon this is it" in a Texan accent similar to Slim Pickens
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Retro (2008) (TV Episode)
Dr. Hutton is disparagingly referred to as "Dr. Strangelove"
Take (2008)
Jim's phone conversation with Mary and the police is a reference to President Muffley's famously awkward phone conversation with Premier Kissoff - it even borrows several lines ("He went a bit funny in the head" & "He did something silly")
Watchmen (2009)
The room with Richard Nixon and his generals is a direct reference to the War Room.
Atop the Fourth Wall: Amazons Attack #1 and #2 (2009) (TV Episode)
"Take that, Dr. Strangelove!"
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #7.111 (2009) (TV Episode)
Title character is included in a $2,000 question
Monsters vs. Aliens (2009)
the boardroom scenes
Have I Got News for You: Episode #37.6 (2009) (TV Episode)
Ian Hislop suggests that this is Kim Jung Il's favourite film.
Atop the Fourth Wall: Secret Defenders #9 (2009) (TV Episode)
"Dr. Strangelove, eat your heart out."
Funny People (2009)
Still of Peter Sellers from this film in Ira's apartment.
The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009)
the quote: "now they started to doing researchers in this area. we can't let russians pass us in paranormal area!"
NCIS: Outlaws and In-Laws (2009) (TV Episode)
McGee tells DiNozzo that he quotes a line from Dr. Strangelove
Jeopardy!: Episode #26.88 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Movie Politicians"
Jeopardy!: Episode #26.136 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Title Role Playing"
5 Star Day (2010)
Wesley does an impersonation of Dr. Strangelove
Gossip Girl: Dr. Estrangeloved (2010) (TV Episode)
Title reference
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker (2010) (Video Game)
Strangelove's name & characteristics are a take on the movie's title character.
The Final Fax (2010) (Short)
The room in which the "FIFA" choses the host for the World Cup 2006 looks just like the conference room in Dr. Strangelove
Brief Film Reviews: My DVD/Blu-Ray Collection (2010) (TV Episode)
DVD cover shown.
NCIS: Royals & Loyals (2010) (TV Episode)
Strangelove is mentioned by Malloy
Fallout: New Vegas (2010) (Video Game)
One of the loading screens features a billboard with a cowboy riding a bomb, just like the famous image from Dr. Strangelove.
Being Erica: Bear Breasts (2010) (TV Episode)
Lenin calls Sam "Dr. Strangelove".
Maltin on Movies: The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (2010) (TV Episode)
Movie referenced in this episode.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010)
character name Xenophilius is a translation of Strangelove
Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews: The Top 10 Characters of the Rankin/Bass Holiday Specials (2010) (TV Episode)
South Jersey Sam mentions Keenan Wynn's role as Col. 'Bat' Guano
Saturday Night Live: Jesse Eisenberg/Nicki Minaj (2011) (TV Episode)
"Dr. Strange-Funk or: How I Learned to Stop Being a Jive *Beep* Turkey and Love That Juicy Booty" is referenced in the Turner Classic Movies segment.
Hall Pass (2011)
Fred impersonates Peter Sellers and suggests going to "The War Room"
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Turn On, Tune In, Drop Dead (2011) (TV Episode)
Dr. Aden (Howard Hesseman) quoted to Dr. Raymond Langston (Laurence Fishburne), "No fighting in war room" by Dr. Strangelove.
Californication: The Last Supper (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Marcy
The Cinema Snob: Geek Maggot Bingo (2011) (TV Episode)
a play on the title is used
X-Men: First Class (2011)
The war room in First Class is almost identical to the one from Strangelove.
Primeval: Episode #5.2 (2011) (TV Episode)
Lester says he has this movie on blu-ray.
Friends with Benefits (2011)
GQ article titled "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Just Love Tie Bars"
Alcatraz: Kit Nelson (2012) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Iron Sky (2012)
Washington getting out of his wheelchair and trying to prevent his hand from making the Nazi salute
Men in Black 3 (2012)
CRM-114, the name of the bunker on the beach as well a prison block earlier in the movie, is a reference to the radio receiver discriminator on the B-52 in Dr. Strangelove.
Dream Job (2012) (Short)
Two characters discuss making a spoof/homage of Dr. Strangelove
The Cinema Snob: Sodom and Gomorrah: The Last Seven Days (2012) (TV Episode)
"And Sodom is turned into the last scene from Dr. Strangelove."
The Master (2012)
The shot of Lancaster riding his motorcycle and going "Ya-hoo!" mirrors the final shot of "Strangelove" where Slim Pickens rides the bomb.
How I Met Your Mother: Bad Crazy (2013) (TV Episode)
Movie's theme is played.
Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)
The conference room table set is reminiscent of Ken Adam's war room set from Dr. Strangelove: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.
The Congress (2013)
Robin Wright's character 'Rebel Robot Robin' in one scene is riding a bomb just as Major Kong.
Only Lovers Left Alive (2013)
Dr. Watson calls Adam "Dr. Strangelove."
Despicable Me 2 (2013)
El Macho is said to have died by strapping himself to a bomb and riding it to his death, just like Major Kong did in the film's iconic climax.
Monsters vs. Aliens: 98 Pound Cockroach/When Nature Shrieks (2013) (TV Episode)
When Gen Monger is riding on the hot-air filled B.O.B. character, he is recreating the scene in which Slim Pickens character rides the atom bomb waving his arms.
Comix from the Underground: American Icon #3 Against the Evil Nazis (2013) (TV Episode)
Scrutinizer compares Iliza's accent to Dr. Strangelove's.
Bob's Burgers: Turkey in a Can (2013) (TV Episode)
"Dr. Rangelove"
Videoclub (2013)
Poster is shown.
O'Hellige Jul! (2013)
Hommage
Eretz Nehederet: Episode #11.9 (2014) (TV Episode)
Arad Nir mentions Dr. Strangelove
Under My Roof
Subject matter

Featured in 

Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter (1982) (TV Movie)
Peter Sellers in a wheelchair and his arm keeps popping up in a Nazi salute
Siskel & Ebert: Hail, Hail, Black and White (1989) (TV Episode)
Siskel's pick for his favorite black and white moment
Zomergasten: Episode #3.1 (1990) (TV Episode)
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Submarines: Sharks of Steel (1993)
Shows clip(s) from
100 Years at the Movies (1994) (TV Movie)
Gun: The Shot (1997) (TV Episode)
On television as character plays with gun and remote.
100 Years of Comedy (1997) (Video)
Clip shown.
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: America's Greatest Movies (1998) (TV Special)
This film is #26 on the list.
The Unknown Peter Sellers (2000) (TV Special)
Clips are shown
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs: America's Funniest Movies (2000) (TV Special)
This film is #3 on the list.
Revisiting 'Fail-Safe' (2000) (Video)
The 100 Greatest Films (2001) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown
The Spirit of America (2001) (Short)
Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession (2004) (TV Movie)
Clips from "Dr. Strangelove" are shown.
3 Dancing Slaves (2004)
Sound bits on TV
No Fighting in the War Room or Dr. Strangelove and the Nuclear Threat (2004) (Video)
Film is about the film "Dr. Strangelove" and has many clips from that film in it
The 100 Greatest War Films (2005) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movie Quotes: America's Greatest Quips, Comebacks and Catchphrases (2005) (TV Special)
The quote "Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room!" is #64 on the list.
The 50 Greatest Comedy Films (2006) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown.
Edge of Outside (2006)
excerpt
The Pervert's Guide to Cinema (2006)
clips used to illustrate a point in his argument
The 79th Annual Academy Awards (2007) (TV Special)
Next (2007)
A three-second clip from this film is shown playing on television after Chris has quoted the line which the actor in the clip then delivers; further audio is heard from the movie in the following scene.
Hitler: The Comedy Years (2007) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: 10th Anniversary Edition (2007) (TV Movie)
This film is #39 on the list.
15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2009) (TV Movie)
Clips featured during James Earl Jones tribute.
Newswipe: Episode #1.4 (2009) (TV Episode)
Clips shown.
Coming Attractions: The History of the Movie Trailer (2009)
Part or all of the trailer is shown and discussed.
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: The Book of Eli/The Spy Next Door/Fish Tank (2010) (TV Episode)
Brendan Fraser's #2 Favorite Film
Countdown to Zero (2010)
short segment
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: Dinner for Schmucks/Charlie St. Cloud/Get Low (2010) (TV Episode)
Kevin Kline's #1 Favorite Film
Ebert Presents: At the Movies: Episode #1.26 (2011) (TV Episode)
a clip is shown during David Poland's segment
Zaum - Andare a parare (2011) (TV Series)
The Nostalgia Critic: The Avengers (2011) (TV Episode)
clip shown
Hollywood's Top Ten: Multiple Roles (2011) (TV Episode)
#2
Room 237 (2012)
clips
The Dirties (2013)
Title card used - Saul Bass style.

Spoofed in 

Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs (1966)
the spies fall on the bomb in the air like in Kubrick's film
Candy (1968)
Dark Star (1974)
Blonde Velvet (1976)
Actor Bobby Astyr's character is "Dr. Weirdlove".
1941 (1979)
Japanese Commander Mitamura's statement to German Captain Kleinschmidt about the latter's having "no prerogative to question my orders" is a parody of American General Ripper's statement to British Group Captain Mandrake. Also Hollis Wood, played by Slim Pickens, itemizes the contents of his pockets in the same manner in which Major Kong, also played by Pickens, inventories the contents of the aircrew surivival kit.
Evil Dead II (1987)
Spaced Invaders (1990)
Dr. Ziplock's personality mimics the character Dr. Strangelove
The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear (1991)
"he can walk!"
The Simpsons: Homer the Vigilante (1994) (TV Episode)
Homer fantasizes about dropping an atomic bomb onto beatniks and, like Major Kong, wearing a cowboy hat and riding the bomb to destruction.
Leprechaun 4: In Space (1996) (Video)
Dr. Mittenhand displays aspects of Dr. Strangelove's character
RocketMan (1997)
As soon as panel fixed on the Pilgrim, Randall shouts "Yee-Haw" waving his arms wildly, similar to the bomb-riding scene in Dr. Strangelove.
Redboy 13 (1997)
Men in White (1998) (TV Movie)
The Simpsons: Mom and Pop Art (1999) (TV Episode)
In the opening, the Simpsons drop out of a bomb hatch on their couch, spoofing the famous scene in "Dr. Strangelove."
Idle Hands (1999)
Conker's Bad Fur Day (2001) (Video Game)
Cats & Dogs (2001)
Big Trouble (2002)
Man riding atomic bomb
Sealab 2021: Red Dawn (2003) (TV Episode)
Dr. Quinn rides an atomic bomb as it falls from the bomber.
This Land (2004) (Short)
depicts George W. Bush riding a bomb through the air, as Slim Pickens does at the end of Dr. Strangelove
Severance (2006)
Ending music
Screen Wars: Dr. Strangefilm (2007) (TV Episode)
Opening Homage spoofed Dr. Strangelove
Unstable Fables: 3 Pigs & a Baby (2008)
Dr. Wolfowitz (and his uncontrollable tail) has a Doomsday Device
Dans une galaxie près de chez vous 2 (2008)
Capitaine Patenaude rides a giant zipper's slider just like Major Kong rides the atomic bomb in this film.
The Amazing Bulk (2010) (Video)
Footage of satellites docking in space in a pseudo-sexual way, like in the opening credits of Dr. Strangelove. Also, Dr. Kantlove is likely a pun on the titular character.
Post-War Blues (2012) (Short)
An homage to the 1964 Stanley Kubrick classic.
Community: Digital Estate Planning (2012) (TV Episode)
Pierce rides a nuclear bomb.
The ABCs of Death (2012)
Title character is spoofed in the "Z" segment.
Cheech & Chong's Animated Movie (2013)
During-the-nose-explosion

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