Little Big Man (1970)
The famouse scene with Hoffmann and Bancroft, where she ist undressing her stockings, is repeated with Hoffmann and Dunaway.
Advertised on a marquee.
The Washita massacre scene from "Little Big Man" is alluded to in "Cannibal Holocaust".
this title is mentioned when characters are dressed as Indians
A poster is visible outside the theater "La Pagode" where Pénélope and Vic come to watch "Some Like It Hot".
Richard Mulligan again plays General George Custer.
Mentioned during Weekend update
referenced as part of the documentary
mentioned in documentary
incorrect response in "My Favorite Films" category
a character is said to have seen this film
The "lie down and wait for death" scene
Series of flashbacks based on an interview to a centenarian recounting his life. Also, the interview takes place in a nursing home and is performed by a journalist using a tape recorder, clear nods to Penn's 'Little Big Man'.
Sam mentions title in reference to the D.A. that dropped the assault charges against Dean.
Thomas mention the film
Dean calls Sam 'Little Big Man'
mentioned once/poster shown
An Indian says, "It is a good day to die." Also, Depp's old-age make-up is strongly reminiscent of Dustin Hoffman's,
Simon quotes a lengthy speech by Chief Dan George, imitating the actor as well.
Clip of Mulligan
trailer clip shown
a clip is shown
Movie is mentioned in episode
The Custer scenes in Little Big Man consciously parody scenes in They Died with Their Boots On.