scenes are taken from this film
the peasant spots the brand on the burro
Mentioned in dialogue
Ben refers to himself as "Butch Count-sidy" and to Chris as "the Sum-dance Kid."
A recorded VHS tape of this movie & the Fugitive is seen in Katie's parents' room.
Referenced by name
Chase Vincent refers to Pete Davenport and himself as "Butch and Sundance".
Referenced in dialogue by Stonebridge and Scott
Mentioned in dialogue
Referenced at end of film
wax figures of Paul Newman and Robert Redford are shown.
It is referenced in the back cover of a video movie.
Jeff calls Alan "Sundance" again
Explaining his relationship with Walden, Alan describes it as "Butch and Sundance, not Brokeback Mountain".
Wheeler says Kwame and Ma-Ti will be the two heroes.
Neal refers to Peter as "Butch," and Peter refers to Neal as "Sundance."
Ryan Kwanten mentions this movie during interview
Michael confuses this movie with The Sting
Butch Cassidy quoted by Gibbs
mentioned in dialogue
Neal tells Peter, "Nice shooting, Butch," and Peter replies, "Thanks, Sundance."
Jeff calls Alan "Sundance"
Mentioned by Deeks
Dobbs calls Vodka "Sundance" when he suggest they go out 'all guns blazing'
correct response in "Oscar-Winning Songs" category
O compares the three of them to the characters in that film.
Jet and Cord say they don't remember a gnome in the movie
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "20th Century Fox History"
Several plot elements come from the Newman/Redford classic.
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Oscar-Winning Song Lyrics"
Hopkiss referes tohimself and Hathaway as "Butch and Sundance"
mentioned in dialogue
Aron references it when telling a tall tale of the mountain-area
"Butch and Sundance" is one of the famous partnerships that PC Penhale compares Doc Martin and himself to.
Sam tells G that his suggestion was like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid's last stand.
Solicitor wants to know if Fincher is Butch or Sundance
Young Big Dave says everyone goes to Bolivia if they have to disappear and mentions "Butch and Sundance" as an example.
Referenced in segment 'Arturo Pérez-Reverte Presenta Muchachada Nui'
correct response in "Name That Movie" category
Line quoted by Rush "For a moment there I thought we were in trouble." then explained by Young
Drake and Sully refer to each other as "Butch" and "Sundance".
The title of the film is mentioned in Face Eater.
Ellsberg sees the movie 7 times and is watching it as the papers are being printed.
Discuss casting with Robert Redford
Outlaw-character named "Butch Cavendish"
Ziva and DiNozzo are playing "Identify the Reference". DiNozzo says, "Hell, the fall will kill you"... Ziva responds with "Butch Cassidy and the Sunrise Kid"
Referenced by Gus
Its poster is seen in the room of Apurv
Matt (to Vince): "Me and you - Butch and Sundance!"
Greta references Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid having their photograph taken.
This documentary is the official making of the film
"Think ya used enough dynamite there, Butch?" by Dr. McKay
The end of the episode, with the screen tinting sepia as The Monarch and company rush out of 24's bedroom, is a parody of the ending of this film.
Leo and Dozer both mention the film in conversation.
The final shot of Hank and Mike is reminiscent of the end of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Someone mentions that Bob Ryan produced "Butch Cassidy"
Tim calls Brad and Randy "Butch and Sundance"
Joel: "Next time you say we go to Bolivia, we go to Bolivia."
After Fred blows open Brill's safe, Hatsie asks Fred, "Do you think you used enough dynamite, Butch?"
Mentioned by Sam and Annie
C.J. compares the situation to Butch and Sundance worrying about drowning if they jump off the cliff.
A reference is made to the Holye-in-the Wall Gang
Vallery mentions the film
When Eric and Donna try to run out of the restaurant, the image freezes and it's coloured just like in the end of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Felger compares himself and Sam to Butch and Sundance; Sam compares the attacking Jaffa to the Bolivian army
Fred says he and Lamont are just like Butch and Sundance.
Combined title mentioned: "Sister George meets Butch Cassidy and shows her True Grit"
"Butch Accountant and the Yuppie Kid"
Jeremy says "We're outlaws, out on the lam, like Bonnie & Clyde, Butch and Sundance."
Parker's dad and Ronny Ray tell Parker about "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid."
On her way downstairs, Fran yells to her sister upstairs: "It's OK, Nay, I didn't fill the bathtub up for me." Then comments to Niles: "Butch and Sundance might be coming by and I thought they might wanna water their horses."
Fran refers to Maxwell's drunken, boisterous friend, Rodney, as Sundance.
This is the only film Al and Peggy can agree on renting.
Crichton introduces himself and Aeryn as Butch and Sundance.
song from movie in title
Dash X refers to himself, Marshall and Simon as "The Hole in the Wall Gang".
Final scene is an homage to the end of Butch & Sundance
Rebecca mentions the title characters.
Grissom quotes Sundance when talking with Sanders, he says "Keep thinking Butch, that's what you're good at."
Baretta refers Sam & Leo as Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid
Reference to Butch and Sundance
Jean jokingly compares Lionel and herself to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
One of the perfumes Mr. Humphries tries on is called "Butch Cassidy".
ALF comments rhetorically to Willie, "I take it you didn't see the end of Butch Cassidy either?"
ALF says, "Raindrops are falling on my pig!"
Hauser and Bill both reference the movie.
Mentioned by Neil
Sheriff Sarah Breaker makes a reference to the ending of the film just after they survive a Taken attack.
The male lead and the female lead share their favorite films.
Playing of the song "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on my Head" while the 2 lead actors are riding transportation.
Butch and Sundance moment: "I've never fired a gun."
SPOILER: RDB pays homage to the older film with the 'heroic death' scene of the two protagonist friends portrayed in a similar fashion, i.e. glorifying them by pausing the frame with the two friends on-screen, with gun shots heard in background, implying their deaths
James Brown describes Withnail & I as Butch and Sundance for the kaftan generation.
The 2 boys see the movie "Butch Cassidy . . .," then begin to pretend they are Butch and Sundance, a theme carried througout Mickeybo and Me
Crispin Glover references the film in an interview situation
Gill asks Winston if he remembers the ending of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, then Winston recounts what happens to Butch and Sundance during their final scene.
Marshal Paris comes out of the Amtrak train on his horse almost exactly like the lawmen come out of the boxcar in butch cassidy
The last glory sendoff as the two go out to try and defeat the large enemy
referenced by character
The sequence in which Peter Parker is repairing his bike references one in 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid' which involves bike-riding and also plays the same song ('Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head').
When the two animal control officers consider leaping off a cliff into a stream, one calls the other Sundance.
characters talk about it
After fighting with monks they say they feel like Butch and Sundance
Guard: "The best movie ending ever? Gotta be Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. A hero's end-- going out with guns blazing."
Characters argue over whether Butch Cassidy or Midnight Cowboy won the oscar in 1969.
steven (the hacker) says about the hacker/programmer sapperstein, that he would track/pursuit him with everything he has and that he even won't escape to bolivia - just like butch and the kid.
Peter Falk's character takes a young co-star to see the movie. The scene features the poster for Butch Cassidy..., and later the two characters discuss the movie in a diner scene.
In the guys get guys more than women quip. the relationship of butch ans cassidy is reffered to
referenced in Bob Hope skit and with the Raindrops song
In the wax museum Newman and Redford's faces are superimposed on was dummies and Nick improves a little scene
Nora has a poster of the Sundance Kid.
Sabien and Roman discuss the ending, questioning if the hero's died or not
Wayne and Gordon refer to themselves as Butch and Sundance just before they jump into the bubble maker.
heroes pursued by a character in a white straw hat named La Fours
When Michaelangelo escapes from the village and runs into Walker, he remarks "Butch, westerns are dead."
When Robert Redford is speaking to the female professor who is having an affair with their suspect, there is a picture of Paul Newman riding a bicycle as Butch Cassidy, hanging on the wall of the office.
When they finally reach their destination, Steele says the place looks like where Butch and Sundance died.
the end of the film is a direct lift from 'butch cassidy', the heroes sacrifice themselves to get the enemy in a hail of bullets.
Terry mentions the movie while talking to Rick in the restroom
During the shootout, Rosewood tells Taggart that it reminds him of the end of the movie.
dialogue/actions referenced in fight scene
Warren Stacy goes to a cinema to watch this film.
He's a screenwriter. The movie comes up.
Photo of Robert Redford as The Sundance Kid is seen on wall.
When Bunny first meets Grégoire, he says he's about to go to Saint-Tropez for a movie. She asks "What kind ?" and he answers "Butch Cassidy, The Sting ..."
R. Bolla: "They're not so tough." Eric Edwards: "Neither are we."
Referenced by Stan.
Clips are shown
film clip shown
Gene Siskel's most unpopular review was for this movie. A clip is shown.
played on tv next to the kitchen
Clips shown in a segment on Paul Newman.
This film is #7 on the "Western" list.
This film is #73 on the list.
Some clips from this movie are shown when it is the subject of a segment.
The "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" sequence - Paul Newman & Katharine Ross, together on the bicycle - is playing on Raj's TV the first time he sees Shivani.
The song "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" is #23 on the list.
scenes from the film viewed in a cinema by the two kids.
Vincent and Gabrielle watch this movie on television
Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid are #20 on the "Heroes" list.
train robbery sequence
This film is #54 on the list.
This film is #50 on the list.
It is a makin of this film, so it is featured many times.
Butch Cassidy performs Billy's cycle trick.
From "Top Ten Other Movies about Mitt Romney": "7.Butch Romney and the Sundance Mitt."
the episode title spoofed the title
Dream sequence shows Cuddy and House facing an army like Butch and Sundance.
The lines spoken between Rincewind and Twoflower at the druid site are similar to the final lines spoken by Butch and Sundance.
Matt and Vince burst out of a building spoofing the end of "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid."
The bicycle-riding scene at the end is a parody of this film, right down to the same song.
Parodied as "Butch Cafferty and the Fundance Kid".
Dewey and Reese are relentelessly pursued by an old man with a walker and while running away say "Who is that guy?"
During a fantasy sequence, Dott envisions herself and her new boyfriend in famous movies.
Guy and Mac reenacts the last shot from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Professor and Mom ride a hover bike to "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head" in an almost identical shot to this film.
A scene named "The Bustier Kid" is a spoof of "The Sundance Kid"
This movie spoofs 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid'
When john beckwith is riding his bike with Clare Cleary
When the boys and Del Knox are leaving Del's cabin under heavy gunfire, this spoofs the closing scene of Butch Cassidy (also starring Burt Reynolds).
The wounded Smith's discuss the odds, face an army of gunmen at the end, and come out guns blazing.
Paul Thomas' character is "Sunstroke McCain". Also, cowboy buddy plot is a takeoff on Butch Cassidy.
Bicycle scene spoofed in the "Wrath" segment