Footage from this movie is used.
William Powell - Myrna Loy films are mentioned during the confession scene.
A cutout of the figures of Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire in costumes from this film is seen.
A movie poster is shown outside a theater.
Siskel and Ebert discuss the recently Oscar-nominated movies, including this one.
Music from Amarcord can be heard around 14 min into the film.
poster seen in the cafe
Woody was well into his habit of remaking Fellini films at this point in his career. Like Amarcord, this is a nostalgiac, episodic, surrealist look at the artist's childhood. cf. "Stardust Memories" and "Otto e Mezzo", "Celebrity" and "La Dolce Vita", "Sweet and Lowdown" and "La Strada".
Ed's visions after finding the ring in the fish.
Dancers in passing by boat and complete scene is a reference to waltz music people hear from the transatlantik
When the main characters are masturbating in the pool's trampoline, they mention other women's names just as in Amarcord's scene where the characters masturbate inside the car
Poster in Mia's room
A DVD vendor recommends the film to a customer in a restaurant.
The music heard when Larry's in heaven is from "Amarcord".
Favourite film of one of the monks in the movie.
One character says the famous line "Voglio una donna"
music from the soundtrack used
poster is shown
You can see Amarcord's poster on the wall of Ekin's room in his house in Istanbul.
Movie poster on the wall
DVD is shown in Matt's room.
Part of soundtrack played
Re-enactment of the scene of a man climbing to a high place and shouting "I want a woman!"
mentioned by Jason Priestley
Clips are shown. The movie makes Roger Ebert's list of the best movies of the 1970s.
Cinema scene can be seen
Features clips from this film.
Analysis on the work of Nino Rota (composer for this film)
Film shown in a newly opened local cinema at the special request of one of the monks.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Scenes are shown.
The first busty woman spoofs Amarcord's tobacconist lady