Magnum Force (1973)
Magnum Force makes direct use of the ballistics lab sequence, where Eastwood compares a bullet retrieved from the range to one fired by the renegade cops.
The film is advertised in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
A cinema is showing a Harry Callahan double-bill.
Seen on marquee at the drive-in
Roger Ebert mentions the two earlier "Dirty Harry" pictures in his review of the newest one.
Starsky breaks the fourth wall when he says Hutch sounds like Dirty Harry (David "Hutch" Soul appeared in this film).
I know my limitations
Although uncredited, the plot of this episode is near-identical to the Dirty Harry sequel.
close-ups and different angles of a gun are shown during opening credits/plots of both movies involve a magnum
The T1000's motorcycle cop form looks like the vigilante motorcycle cops.
the title screen is a reference to this movie
Poster can be seen in the police station
Clint Eastwood's cameo includes references to this movie
It's one of the videos in Richard's apartment.
Mentioned in dialogue by Johnny Smith.
Mentioned in dialog during the Blown Away myth
Video case is shown.
A poster for this movie is shown in a segment on Dirty Harry.
Music in short film is an homage to the Magnum Force theme.
when Dirty Harry is mentioned, this movie is quoted: "Nothing wrong with shooting as long as the right people get shot"
"I know your limitations."
Dirty Harry character mentioned
The movie is Scott's idea of what a Clint Eastwood movie should be.
Mentioned by name
While Rick Harrison is conducting business with a male customer that is selling a Smith & Wesson top-break revolver at Pawn and Silver Pawn Shop, a graphic with the name of the movie series that this movie is from is shown on the television screen
Quote's from the film parodied.
"This is a weird string of deleted scenes from"
scenes are shown
Opening credits and letter style of the title of this film are used.
Similar opening scene and title. Also story is similar.