The Diamond Arm (1969) Poster


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Chapayev (1934)
The scene where Lyolik and Kozodoev are working on the plan in the restaurant and sing "Letyat utki" is a reference to a equal scene with from the earlier movie, where Chapayev sings "Tchernyj voron" instead.
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
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".
Kidnapping, Caucasian Style (1967)
The drunk guy, played by Leonid Gaidai, taken by policemen, is briefly singing "The bear song", just like Georgi Vitzin did in the older movie
You Only Live Twice (1967)
The scene where bad guys' car is grabbed by the helicopter using a big magnet is copied from James Bond movie, including funny moment that bad guys keep trying to steer while being in the air
The Zigzag of Success (1968)
Poster advertisement seen in one of the scenes

Referenced in 

Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future (1973)
Ivan IV is listening to the "Hare's Song" from this movie on the tape-player.
Kukolka (1988)
title mentioned by lead character
Kavkazskaya plennitsa! (2014)
In the hotel scene with Saakov, when a young lady comes along, the song "Pomogi mne" from the older movie can be heard
Unikal'noe pozdravlenie (2014) (Short)
DVD on the shelf.

Spoofed in 

Starye pesni o glavnom 2 (1997) (TV Movie)
Kremlyovskiy koncert: Den svyatogo valentina (2003) (TV Episode)
The first scene, in which Nemzov and Tchubays are trying to beat Ghirinovski is a direct spoof of a scene from the second part of "The Diamant Arm"
Day Watch (2006)
one of the songs playing in the background goes, "ne vinovataya ya" ("it's not my fault"), which is a quote from 'Brilliantovaya ruka'

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