Jason and the Argonauts (1963)
Footage from earlier film used in first battle scene
The stone giant on the beach and the skeleton swordfight are copied
In the alternate ending, when Audrey II attacks New York City, "Jason and the Argonauts" is featured at a movie theater attacked by the plant monster's tendrils.
Mentioned by Peer and Bruce who mispronounce it as Jason and the Astronauts
Movie poster seen in news paper
Mentioned by James Earl Jones and Steven Spielberg.
Referenced by name
Referenced by Brendan Fraser
Someone says Sam Raimi wanted the special effects to be like in this film. Then they refer to the skeletons as Harryhausen skeletons -referring to how Ray Harryhausen animated the skeletons in this film.
Mentioned in "Birdhouse in Your Soul"
Mentioned by John Berton
Giles sword fights with a skeleton.
Poster above the toilet in Marcus' bathroom
Video box is shown in cabin, when Rachel finds the cursed tape.
The movie is mentioned in a conversation
Para-Medic mentions this film during a conversation after you save.
Skeleton warriors sword fight each other, as in "Jason and the Argonauts."
Referenced as one of Peter Lord's big influences
Mentioned in the video store
Looking through the book of quests, the booker finds "the golden fleece" and then adds, "That's been done."
stills; mentioned by Gary Allen Smith
A still from "Jason and the Argonauts" is shown.
The family dog is named Argonaut.
The skeletons fighting against you.
The film is discussed.
Influenced Mt Olympus and Greek gods
Pat mentions the film after Alan dreams of being rescued by a man named Jason Argonaut.
The Skeletons make an appearance in the opening.
Skeleton warriors crawl out of the ground and sword fight with Jason, Hercules and Pythagoras
Skeleton with sword rising out of the ground.
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing The Pyramid (2014)
A copy of the film is visible on Murphy's shelf.
influenced this film
Homage: The skeleton warrior (according to the director's commentary).
Skeletons are reanimated and this is a tribute to Ray Harryhausen's skeleton sequence at the end of Jason.
James' other favorite Greek mythology movie
The skeletons from Jason and the Argonauts are part of The Joker's gang of villains from the Phantom Dimension.
A clip is shown.
features clips of this title.
Clips are shown
This film's theatrical trailer is featured.
Jakob Steggelmann mentions the film + clip shown
A clip is shown.
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Footage of the movie was shown.
features clips from the trailer of the film
James mentions the army of skeletons being a dead ringer towards the skeletons from this movie.
Lafayette is watching it when Eric visits him
Footage of this movie is shown.
Clip of the swordfight with several skeletons
references the stop-motion skeletons
Clip shown during introduction.
We see a scene from this film as the Chiodo Brothers discuss Ray Harryhausen.
another Harryhausen stop-motion flick
Film is talked about, clips shown.
"Move over, Argonauts. Here come the Gexonauts!"
Jesus joins the Argonauts
When Balthazar's family rises up from the ground, it's a spoof of Ray Harryhausen's iconic skeleton warriors in Jason and the Argonauts
In the "Clay Day" segment, Stan makes his family watch a movie similar to the film.