Poster is shown in a theater.
Siskel and Ebert discuss the recently Oscar-nominated movies, including this one.
Roger Ebert contrasts "Buffalo Bill and the Indians" (1976) with this Robert Altman movie.
referenced by Sissy while introducing Richard Baskin
Theme song, I'm Easy, is repeatedly played. In one scene that they are talking about love, the song is played.
Perry, in wanting to do a Karen Black impersonation, decides on her persona in the movie.
A still is shown. The movie makes Roger Ebert's list of the best movies of the 1970s.
Title mentioned during 'What's It All About'
Geraldine Chaplin, who appears in Nashville (1975) includes "Nashville" as one organization that she has had membership in.
Tom Tucker mentions it
This is a making-of documentary for this movie.
Rob Brody uses this movie in a conversation on Robert Altman
referenced as part of the documentary
mentioned in documentary
Mentioned in a magazine article.
Poster is shown in Scotty's apartment.
referenced in clue in "Oscar Night 2006" category
Both use the portmanteau style. This is an interwoven group of contrasting stories allowing a bunch of stars to do their thing.
Actor David Hayward makes reference to his work in this film
Included in a $2,000 question
Roger mentions that Shelley Duvall was in the film
Ryan Ruocco reads Entertainment Weekly's 2013 list of top 10 greatest movies
Poster is shown.
"Your mother was in Nashville."
Jon Cryer mentions the Robert Altman film
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Lily Tomlin
Blackcatloner mentions Lily Tomlin's success in this movie.
Clip is shown.
Scene with Lilly Tomlin sitting, listening to Keith Carradine song
The song "I'm Easy" is #81 on the list.
This film is #59 on the list.
A clip is shown
Clips and behind the scenes clips are presented