Yellow Submarine (1968)
rotoscoped Joan Crawford on carousel and chorines during "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"
Blue Meanies appear
Footage edited into a new clip for the song "Yellow Submarine"
The scene in the museum when Ringo Starr and Old Fred watch King Kong grabbing a screaming blonde out the window from her bed refers to a sequence which, at the time, had been cut from American prints: Kong mistakes the girl for Fay Wray and grabs her, dropping her to her death when he realizes she isn't.
rotoscoped dancers during "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"
In the "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" sequence, some images are taken from this.
wax museum statue
wax museum statue
In the pop-art room of The Beatles' mansion.
Ringo is introduced walking the docks of Liverpool as an homage to A Hard Day's Night
The character of "Max" the Blue Meanie is a reference to this film
The Yellow Submarine chugs past in the Søhestesangen musical number.
"And I thought the Beatles had a trip in that Yellow Submarine!"
Penfold's dream world borrows heavily from Yellow Submarine
artwork from the film is shown
A poster is displayed.
George says, "I think most kids, when they get to about 4 or 5, they see Yellow Submarine".
the dreamboat looks like a Yellow Submarine and in a scene it's seen sailing through a pysadelic background
Some of the characters in the opening of Moon Zero Two were refer to as Blue Meanies.
Crow: "She's cutting his hair with the Yellow Submarine!"
Crow: "We all live in a yellow submarine, yeah."
Tom (singing): "They all die in a yellow bathysphere."
Kubiac orders 701 "Yellow Submarine sandwiches" at the diner.
Al refers to Sophie as a "Blue Meanie."
The debut of the Blue Meanie
A replica of the yellow submarine is seen in Professor Hawk's factory just before Dee Dee wrecks it.
Pinky suggests that they "travel by yellow submarine" to India.
Crow: "If they don't let me up to go soon, it *will* be a 'Yellow Submarine'!"
Title is mentioned by Cezary
When the girls start playing their song, the spreading music has the same effect on the citizens and landscape of Townsville as does Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band on Pepperland.
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 features many clips and references from movie and television history.
Title comes up in staff discussion
Lorelai teases Lane about her marching band uniform, calling her Sgt. Pepper.
A poster for the film is seen on a booth at the animation convention.
A yellow submarine is featured in the game.
Bart and Milhouse try to hide behind a Yellow Submarine cut-out.
The movie was mentioned by name.
The sub captain is named "Sgt. Pepper."
Spike:'I haven't had a decent tussle since the blue meanie and I stopped sparring.' Blue meanies were the baddies in the film
Mad Mod takes on the form of a Blue Meanie at one point.
Popeye's ship passes through the Sea of Holes and the Sea of Time.
In the climactic "Jaguar Shark" sequence, the whole crew rides in a yellow submarine. Also, the look of this sequence during the submarine ride seems to be referencing the famous The Beatles film, with its semi-two dimensional, cartoony look.
It is mentioned in a magazine.
a girl at school is wearing a 'Yellow Submarine' shirt
Characters resembling the Beatles appear.
"I just rented Yellow Submarine."
Hank wants to watch this film
The blue people in Mr. Kite's circus resemble Blue Meanies.
Ringo says to his mum that the only reason his father's happy to see him is that he'll have someone to watch the movie with
A blue meanie appears in Imagination Land.
The Blue Meanie is in Imaginationland.
Vespa considers stealing a car that looks like the Yellow Submarine
animation in pyscadelic scene resembles that of this film.
Pete Doherty sees characters from the film while high.
House mentions a monster truck called the "Low-down Blue Meanie."
The Yellow Submarine itself appears in its namesake's song clip with the CG Beatles wearing the outfits from the movie.
framed miniature poster hanging on Aisha's apartment wall
the Beatles are shown floating in the strawberry fields
Mentioned by Paul McCartney
Directly referenced in lyrics
"The Yellow Submarine pride parade is happening outside"
Blue Meanie mentioned in dialogue.
Chloe: Yeah I am pretty much Chloe-in-the-sky-with-diamonds
Cameron says that his presentation of the music group Harp Attack attracted more people than Cello Submarine.
"...threatened by the Blue Meanie from Yellow Submarine."
"This is making The Yellow Submarine look sober."
the Beatles from this film appear in animation
A segment is animated in the same style and features iconic imagery and characters.
Poster shown when Hewy discusses motion capture.
One of the items for sale is a Yellow Submarine pinball machine.
Two projections of the Yellow Submarine appear at the beginning of the "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" number.
DVD is shown.
Beatles toys seen in background
Shawn talks about spending "every single Thanksgiving in Sir Paul McCartney's Yellow Submarine."
Movie listed on Ebert's website.
Mentioned as a nonsensical film.
"I don't know if that's supposed to be a shark or if this is Brazilian Yellow Submarine."
AniMat uses a DVD copy of this film to create "Animationmation".
Mentioned by Jimmy
One of many "submarine" movies Archer has seen.
AniMat recommends Raggedy Ann & Andy to those who enjoy surreal films like this one.
A character is named Sgt. Pepper.
the Chief Blue Meanie is an example of a cosplay by Lynette Equin
"They're gonna see stranger things in this yellow submarine than the Beatles ever did."
Penfold's sub-nonsense features a yellow submarine and sitar music
clip used for rotoscoped dancers
VHS release reviewed + footage used
Several clips are shown.
featured in the In Memoriam segment for George Harrison.
The song plays as Mike and Kathryn's submarine goes down
movie and songs are reviewed
Footage is included.
An animated film that succeeds in being different, clip shown.
"Eleanor Rigby" scene
When Lisa hallucinates on gas at the dentists, the world she travels to is that from Yellow Submarine, music and animation is almost identical and the beatles appear.
The beginning of "trippin' with the Bradys" sequence is a parody of Yellow Submarine (1968).
Spoofed in "Yellow Submarine Sandwich"
Dewey's acid trip with the Beatles is animated in the same style
John Lennon, riding on a yellow submarine, says, "Let's eat some brains!"
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band encounter the Blue Meanies
The end credits are done in a similar style, and several images are copied directly.
Ringo chases his bandmates throughout the animated clip.
One of Earl and Greg's movies ("Yellow Submarine Sandwich")