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The Great Race (1965) Poster

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Edited into 

Lo schermo a tre punte (1995) (TV Movie)

References 

The Battle of the Century (1927) (Short)
Citizen Kane (1941)
Sunset Blvd. (1950)

Referenced in 

Fearless Frank (1967)
Appears on movie marquee in background
Smashing Time (1967)
Petticoat Junction: The Great Race (1969) (TV Episode)
Movie title used in title
Taxi: The Great Race (1979) (TV Episode)
title reference
Real Genius (1985)
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1991) (TV Episode)
"Not since the pie fight scene in The Great Race!"
Home Improvement: The Great Race (1993) (TV Episode)
title reference
Home Improvement: The Great Race II (1994) (TV Episode)
title reference
Mike's New Car (2002) (Video)
Magic Time: A Tribute to Jack Lemmon (2002) (Video)
mentioned once
Reba: The Great Race (2003) (TV Episode)
title reference
Team America: World Police (2004)
Destruction of Eiffel Tower.
Robot Chicken: 1987 (2006) (TV Episode)
Ben Stiller stars in "The Great Ape Race"
20 to 1: Our All Time Favourite Films (2010) (TV Episode)
A poster for this movie is shown when a segment on Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines mentions that it created a new era of over-the-top oddball adventures.
The Cinema Snob: Billy the Kid vs. Dracula (2011) (TV Episode)
"What is Professor Fate doing here?"
Private Screenings: Robert Osborne (2014) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Osborne in Natalie Wood anecdote.

Featured in 

100 Years of Comedy (1997) (Video)
Clip shown.
The 76th Annual Academy Awards (2004) (TV Special)
Blake Edwards Tribute
Special Collector's Edition: La carrera del siglo (2013) (TV Episode)
clips shown

Spoofs 

The Sheik (1921)
The Prisoner of Zenda (1937)
The final part of the film is an uncredited comedy remake of Prisoner of Zenda, with Jack Lemmon, as the villainous Prof. Fate, substitutes for his drunken double Prince Hapnik of Pottsdorf, with Ross Martin as the Rupert character "Baron Von Stuppe"
The Prisoner of Zenda (1952)
Like Granger and Colman, Jack Lemmon plays a dual role as drunken Prince Hapnick in the Pottsdorf sequence.

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