Paint Your Wagon (1969)
The film is advertised at the Cinerama Dome.
"I Talk to the Trees" is a song from Paint Your Wagon
Robin sings part of "They Call the Wind Maria."
Link sings "I Talk to the Trees."
title references song from movie
Mentioned by Hannibal
Servo: "And 'Paint Your Wagon'"
Crow: "Now, sing something from 'Paint Your Wagon'!"
Tom (as a strong wind blows): "Call me Mariah."
One of the questions in the age verification test is what song did Clint Eastwood sing in the movie.
Joel: "They call it Mariah; the rain is Tess."
Crow: "All of a sudden, it's 'Paint Your Wagon.'"
After Hyacinth suffers an embarrassing incident caught up a tree, Richard quietly sings, 'I Talk to the Trees' while they're on their way home.
Joel (as the wind blows fiercely): "I hear they call it Mariah."
Mike sings "They Call the Wind Maria."
The film society is supposed to show Paint Your Wagon, but shows a horror film instead.
Tom sings "They Call the Wind Maria."
clips used as part of the documentary
mentioned in documentary
"They Call the Wind Maria" plays during the closing credits.
Billy Crystal refers to Clint Eastwood singing to the trees
Referenced by name
Mentioned by Sheriff Brackett as he praises Lee Marvin.
a western the Snob would rather watch
"This musical is going to have more gold fever than Clint Eastwood in Paint Your Wagon."
"Not seen since Paint Your Wagon."
trailer clip shown
Clips from this film are featured during the 'Great American Culture Quiz' segment.
Near the end of the movie, a sequence shows the characters on a stagecoach while a gibberish mock-up version of "Wand'rin' Star" is sung in an extremely deep voice akin to Lee Marvin's.
Homer watches the movie, and is horrified to discover it's a musical