Mean Streets (1973)
Harvey Keitel quotes Garfield's "Get him in the eyes" line
Scene in the bedroom with Charlie and Teresa
Poster seen on theatre
Poster seen on theatre
This short focuses on Scorsese's upbringing in New York, and how it influenced 'Mean Streets'.
In his review of "Taxi Driver" (1976), Gene Siskel lists other Martin Scorsese movies, including this one.
German movie poster is shown.
A still is shown. The movie makes Gene Siskel's list of the best movies of the 1970s.
Director Martin Brest says the dialogue exchange between Axel and a cigarette smuggler is a reference to a similar exchange between DeNiro and Keitel in "Mean Streets."
Gene Siskel recommends the movie on video.
In both films Robert DeNiro's character orders a 7 and 7 to drink after being introduced.
Conversation about the difference between white women and black women; Harvey Keitel as mafioso in both.
"Doin' the Things That We Want To" mentions Johnny Boy
Roger Ebert mentions several Martin Scorsese movies, including this one, in his discussion on "The Age of Innocence" (1993).
Movie is discussed.
Referenced by Squit in his opening narration in the "We're No Pigeons" segment
Mike: Mean Streets of Ojai.
"Who do you think you are St. Francis or somebody?"
Harvey Alexander mentions it.
Tom: "The Mean Streets of Burbank"
mentioned a few times
There is a taxi company called "Mean Street Taxis"
A ladies' man "picks up" a babe named Heather Weintraub.
It's getting mentioned.
Davies mentions it in conversation.
mentioned in dialogue
This title is referenced.
References this film.
We see Fowler in a red-lit bar during the montage of post-war experiences, remniscent of the red-lit bar scenes of Mean Streets, including of course one in which a Vietnam veteran is welcomed home.
Martin Scorsese talks about it
Patrick compares his script "The Clubland Murders" to it
Sam asks Annie "What's on?" and she replies, "Something called Mean Streets... or Carry On Girls."
Tommy talks about the nick name he gave Johnny after seeing Mean Streets.
Rob has the cinemtographer mimic church shots from Mean Streets
mentioned on 'the Dakota Flanning Show'
Carlos and girl scene
Martin Scorsese's talking about his first movie
Co-Written by Mardik Martin
Dakota (Amy Poehler) mentions it in "The Dakota Fanning Show" segment.
Claes refers to Jonny as "Johnny-Boy", after Robert de Niro's gangster-character
John Travolta says "Saturday Night Fever" has more profanity than even "Mean Streets"
Referenced by Robert De Niro on "What Up with That?"
Ignatiy says "White Irish Drinkers" is like a distant imitation of an imitation of the film
recalls De Niro and Keitel's performances in this movie, and how they're acting in Little Fockers is a downgrade.
Ben Stiller says that the Super 8 films he made as a kid were influenced by the film
Ryan Ruocco reads Entertainment Weekly's 2013 list of top 10 greatest movies
Inspired by cinematography of Kent L. Wakeford
Leo mentions that the word "mook" was popularised by "Mean Streets".
Mentioned by Slutzki
J.G. pays homage to legendary director Martin Scorcese
Clip is shown.
blowing up mailbox
clips used as part of the documentary
Clip is shown
A fragment is shown.
Martin Scorsese talks about it. Also, photographs and footage of this movie are shown.
short clip when Scorsese compares his vision of New York with Allen's.
Title card used.