The AristoCats (1970)
The motions in the forest dance copy those used in the jazz dance.
Uncle Waldo makes a cameo in this short film.
Oliver jumps on cabbie's head, as Berlioz does
Uma Thurman was told to dance like Dutchess in the Aristocats
Francis comments that watching the cat cult electrocute themselves isn't excatly like a scene out of the Aristocats.
The geese who are on the Titanic resemble the gossipping geese from the movie.
"Rescuing damsels in distress is my specialty"
Thomas O'Malley and Duchess are guests at the House of Mouse
Some of the comedians repeatedly point out that they're not talking about "that Disney cartoon" and explain that its title has sometimes ruined their punchline.
Charlotte's cat is similar to Marie from this film; One of the party patrons voluntarily spills his drinks after seeing the frogs being chased by the dog, similar how a character in The Aristocats reacted after seeing cats being chased by a mouse.
A Disney animated film with kidnapping.
Poster shown when Hewy discusses Disney movies
Eva Gabor's role as Duchess is referenced
Sue says she's going watch to this film on her personal DVD player during the flight.
Brittany asks her cat if the film is an "accurate portrayal of the feline relationship."
Phil Harris, the voice of Patou in Rock-A-Doodle, also voiced O'Malley in this Disney film.
Mentioned by Sacha as his favorite cartoon as a kid, plus poster on girl's T-shirt in New York
Mentioned by Quentin.
Marie is in the game.
Referenced in the Disney cartoon mentor sketch
footage intertwined with rock 'n' roll music
One of the songs featured is "Ev'rybody Wants To Be a Cat"
Scenes from this movie are shown with Rock and Roll music
theatrical re-release reviewed + footage used
Seen on TV before the dogs switch the channel.
VHS release reviewed + footage used
Clips of Edgar shown.
Film is talked about, clips shown.
While explaining how Disney uses music in their movies, footage from some are shown
The Aristocats take #5
clip shown as the Critic explains his mistake in an earlier review of the film