The Day of the Jackal (1973)
rushing for train
Ralph Kemplen, film editor of "Day of the Jackal," was also editor of "Moulin Rouge," -- which is what's showing on the TV just before "Per Lundkvist"'s face appears in a special news flash, prompting him to murder his gay, lobster-waving host.
Advertised on a marquee.
Fred threatens to name his memoir after Lamont: "The Day of the Jackass."
Clouseau misses being shot while in sniper cross hairs by sneezing, like DeGaulle - the ultimate target in Day of the Jackal.
When Rockford walks into Megan's house he tells her,"I gotta tell ya honey, this day has been like Black Tuesday and The Day of the Jackal (1973) all rolled into one."
mentioned by Steele in dialogue.
Steele gets the idea to show his marksmanship skills by shooting a melon from a similar stunt in this movie.
Drive-in ripoff version of "Day of the Jackal".
Hal compares arkie ragan to characters from day of the jackal mentioning the film by name
Title referenced during Edward Fox's introduction.
Servo: "Hey, I remember this from 'The Day of the Jackal.'"
Mentioned by Tom
Ben mentions 'that weapon Edward Fox uses in the Day of the Jackal'
Referenced during the "The Jackal" review.
The characters play charades, this is one of the movies they have to guess.
Mentioned in dialogue
Sidney Young says he can be called the jackal after being refered to by Harding as his little hitman.
Snake & Cecile both mentioned seeing the movie.
Both films feature an assassin who disguises himself to get to the top floor of a building overlooking a parade/ motorcade.
The Video Pick of the Week.
The scene where Grampa tries to assassinate Hitler.
Gun montage sequence and writer's choice