The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965)
Max claims his painting was compared to Michelangelo, then asks "Would you believe Charlton Heston?" in a reference to that year's epic film in which Heston played Michelangelo.
After the Monkees finish scribbling all over the mansion's floor plan to the point where it resembles a work of modern art, Micky remarks, "It's no Michelangelo" to which Mike responds, "It's no Charlton Heston, either".
A portion of a poster/photograph is shown.
Mentioned as Charlton Heston is introduced.
Charlton Heston comments on his earlier role as Michelangelo
Al says that we've seen "The Agony And The Ecstacy" of his life story.
Mentioned in dialogue between S. Rickey and L. Hoffman.
Movie is mentioned.
Felix asks Soosh when he can see her mural, and Soosh answers just like Michaelangelo, which Felix recognizes from the film.
A poster of this film can be seen in a videostore
Steve Martin asks Jiminy Glick if he's seen this movie.
Mentioned by Stephen
poster is shown
Referred to in a $500 question
Mentioned during question about Michaelangelo.
Cecilia Pressley discusses Charlton Heston as Michelangelo in this movie
Episode title is a take-off of the film title. Within the story, it's also the title of a bad screenplay retelling the thinly veiled, drug-smuggling history of the murdered man.
It is referenced on the back cover of a video movie.
Heston and Harrison confrontation
The "Hooked on a Ceiling" segment is a parody of the film.
Spoofed in "Wakko's New Gookie," with the appearance of Michelangelo
Spoofed in the "Hooked on a Ceiling" clip