True Grit (1969)
mentioned during the quickies
Combined title mentioned: "Sister George meets Butch Cassidy and shows her True Grit"
a movie theater on the city streets is showing this movie
Stan calls the Inspector "the bus company's John Wayne", to which Jack replies "100 percent true grit".
Billboard advertisement on a building visible in the background
Lou mentions John Wayne's Oscar win.
Director uses areas in another movie
It is asked why the violence is G-rated.
the line "Fill your hand!"
Title is mentioned in opening song "Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott"
The famous "Son of a bitch" John Wayne line is referenced twice.
Mickey Moose, speaking with the voice of John Wayne, says, "You got true grit, frog."
Carruthers asks Julie about "True Grit".
Title mentioned by Will to Doris
cat named "General".
In his review of "Better Off Dead" (1985), Roger Ebert mentions that Kim Darby was from this movie.
The tagline for the show was "True Grit."
Joel: "This is 'True Grit.'"
Crow: "I'm looking for a man with true grit."
Mentioned by Donner after John talks about John Wayne
Jimmy sells Mr. Lindsay a box of grits, supposedly, from this movie
still from the film
John listed this film as one of the films John Wayne starred in.
Guests on Tool Time mention the film as one of their favorite "guy movies"
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 features many clips and references from movie and television history.
Trump gave Jack the hat from this movie.
Peter asks Chris to call him Rooster Cogburn
mentioned as part of documentary
Thomas Haden Church says this was one of his favorite movies when he was young.
Half-Pint says "True Grit!" before he fires his gun
Mentioned by Eddie, and a still image is shown.
John Wayne seen winning Best Actor
Mentioned in dialogue
seen on movie marquee
mentioned and quoted
Lily says "You son of a bitch!" exactly like John Wayne's famous line from the movie
Hailee Steinfeld says she watched the original film before auditioning for the remake
Rango refers to Priscilla, the mouse, as "little sister," which is also Rooster Cogburn's pet name for Mattie Ross.
Will mentions the old John Wayne movie that was remade into a recent Best Picture nominee.
Mike says he's "still angry that those hippies remade True Grit."
Connie Sawyer talks about working with John Wayne in the film
"Is he the one who spanked the girl in True Grit?"
In the John Wayne version of "True Grit" the Original Mexican Bob is part of Ned Pepper's gang. In "The Hateful 8" Bob the Mexican turns out to be part of the Domergue Gang. In the beginning of the movie John Ruth says to Marquis Warren with respect to Daisy Domergue: "She's a pepper, ain't she?"
a scene from this picture is shown during the John Wayne segment
Clip shown in a montage.
In the opening sequence, Daniel watches the film, dubbed in French.
Footage of John Wayne is used.
Rooster Cogburn is #36 on the "Heroes" list.
At least one clip is shown.
Clips of this film are shown during the interview with Patrick Wayne.
Critic compares the original to the remake
The rooster in the movie is named Cogburn, a spoof of John Wayne's "Rooster Cogburn" character in True Grit.