The Deer Hunter (1978)
Footage from this movie is used.
John Cazale is playing a character named Stan again.
Mentioned on Bill Murray's Celebrity Corner Oscars predictions
Referenced by Bill Murray on Weekend Update
A still is shown. The movie makes Roger Ebert's list of the best movies of the 1970s.
A cinema can be seen in the street announcing several movies (including this one)
Cuckoo talks about a scene from it.
An Italian-language poster is visible in Antonio's room
Tony Reid recommends the film to his dad Paul.
It is referenced.
"I was watching yesterday The Deer Hunter"
Series creator Hideo Kojima has stated Solid Snake's signature bandanna was inspired by this film.
Poster on a wall
Movieposter can be seen
Many parts of the story are similar (friends going to Vietnam, getting POWs, coming back totally changed, etc.)
Tom: "This is this."
Tom: "This is this."
Crow: "Dish is dish."
Crow: "Hey, Chris Walken's playing 'Russian Roulette.'"
"This . . ." Crow: "Is this"
When Krusty is captured and brought before Bart.
A movie poster for this film is shown.
Mike Graham's camos are the same as Robert De Niro's
While the group is (literally) treading water, Matthew says "I feel like I'm in a scene from The Deer Hunter," and urges everyone to look up at Stick, who's standing on the pier.
Beavis and Butt-Head watch a brief (animated) clip of 'The Deer Hunter'.
Mentioned in Clarence's "That's a Movie" speech.
Christopher Walken has "come back from 'Nam."
"This . . ." Mike: "Is this."
The Russian roulette scene parodies "The Deer Hunter".
When Snoopy slaps Vinz in the Russian roulette scene
The episode title is a play on this film title.
Dave thinks Catherine over-dramatizes Matthew's hurt feelings by saying the situation isn't like "The Deer Hunter"
Poster in Steven's room.
Ross and Richard debate characters from this and Coming Home.
One of the deer hunters is a Christopher Walken caricature.
When Cody mentions he fought in Vietnam, that's the first thing that comes to Dawn's mind.
Explicit reference in dialogue, using the movie's French title
Roger Ebert mentions the film (in an archive clip).
One of Gunnar's favourite movies.
mentioned as Chris Walken's breakthrough (instead of Star Wars)
Referenced by name
While ordering Skinner to humiliate himself, Bart says "Di, di, mau".
Emily talks about the tortures shown in this film, wondering if they are the punishments for not filling out the hospital admittance forms.
Christopher Walken's academy award winning performance is referenced
Kenny says Robert De Niro is making a sequel to this film.
is mentioned in conversation
A poster of the film is shown hanging on a wall.
Joke made about the Russian roulette scene.
A character mentions the film.
Kyle acts out "The Deer Hunter" while playing a game of charades.
Poster is in bookshop
John rents a VHS of this film for his movie night.
It is referenced.
One of the walkentalkers is dressed like Christopher Walken in the Russian roulette scene.
The movie is referenced when Large is pulled over by Kenny
Shaun (Simon Pegg) is dressed similarly to Christopher Walken in the final reel - complete with red bandana and rifle
Mentioned by name
Explicit reference in an acting exercise scene
"Where'd you get that? Watching 'The Deer Hunter'?"
The Russian Roulette scene.
Both feature the same motel room
One of the films on the list
Referenced in dialogue.
mentioned in dialogue
correct response in the "Dead Man Walken" category
The dirty video breakup is taped over a VHS of the Deer Hunter, the opening music can be heard. The Deer Hunter is also, like Jarhead, about the disillusionments of going off to war with one's friends.
Christopher Walken's character says "It reminds me of a time when I was in Vietnam with a prositute", when he speaks to Marcus about babies crying. This is yet again a scene in which Walken himself was in in the film "The Deer Hunter".
referenced in clue in "Adam Sandler" category
Charlie's screams of "You're gonna die" directly echo Deniro's during the Russian Roulette scene
Frank holds a Russian roulette game in the basement that takes its cue from The Deer Hunter.
movie guy mentions it
Geirr has a poster for the film hanging on the wall of his room.
while discussing Asian stereotypes, Aki says "Mao!" while holding a hand to his head like a gun
Samantha talks about having just watched the movie.
Picture of Rick's dad wearing a red sash being forced to play Russian roulette by the Vietnamese.
This film is referenced during a repeat of a 'Great American Culture Quiz' segment.
Mentioned during Walken Family Reunion
When Kirk Lazarus is trying to persuade Tugg Speedman to leave the camp, the scene mirrors Robert Deniro's interaction with Christopher Walken towards the end of The Deer Hunter.
Charlie: "... and DH."
Link to the huntsman father and Russian Roulette
The film, in which Robert De Niro starred, is mentioned.
Theme music used
Included in an $8,000 question
Nina & Ben watch it
Ira jokes that Clark's Chinese exchanges with his kids remind him of The Deer Hunter
Townspeople at the beginning of the film celebrate at "Lemko Hall".
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Of War"
A flashback shows Sterling sitting at a table with several dead Viet Cong, holding a gun and dressed exactly like Michael from the film.
Mallory plays Russian roulette with Viet Cong.
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "Stag Films"
Referenced by Christopher Walken
Video case is shown.
movie mentioned in dialog
When you are captured in Laos, you are forced to play Russian Roulette like the Vietnam POWs in the film.
Lynda says Robert De Niro got nominated for best actor
mentioned by Steven Spielberg when he presented Best Picture
Bradley Cooper says he was fascinated by the film when he was 12 years old
One of the guesses to the deer's charades.
Gene says that if films such as this don't do well, serious films may have a hard time being made at all
"Mau!" said during Russian Roulette
Roger mentions the film during the clip from the review of "Full Metal Jacket"
At the end scene Twink wears a red clothing around his head just like Nick (Christopher Walken) in The Deer Hunter
Colin Farrell mentions watching the film starring Christopher Walken
Bond's drinking game with the scorpion is a reference to Christopher Walken in The Deer Hunter, according to director Sam Mendes.
Poster at Armaan & Sonya Kapoor's house
Film's title is visible on TV listings page during "Headlines"
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Out of the Furnace (2013)
A Delta is dressed up as Michael for the Robert De Niro party.
Mentioned in dialogue
Mark alludes to it.
Mentioned by Antonia Quirke when reviewing Life Itself (2014)
Mentioned by Graham
Episode title reference.
Michael mentions the film.
Falco mentions the film
Mentioned by Zac Efron during the Egg Russian Roulette game
The girls ask the sheriff if he has seen this movie.
listed as a Christopher Walken film
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Robert De Niro
correct answer in "Movies" category
mentioned by Jimmy Kimmel while talking about Meryl Streep
Mentioned in dialogue.
"Is it trying to match the wedding scene from The Deer Hunter?"
Answer to a question; still shown
Clips are shown. Cited for its message: War is hell.
Clips are shown.
Clifton Collins Jr. watches the movie. Near the end, he plays a game of Russian roulette with Samuel L. Jackson, mentioning the movie.
This film is #79 on the list.
This film is #30 on the list.
film clip shown in documentary
(documentary includes segments from THE DEER HUNTER)
footage from THE DEER HUNTER shown during the interview
Clips are shown
Featured on the Vietnam War movie documentary.
few seconds shown on a TV screen
The Deer Hunter is shown on television, on Petros' house.
movie discussed and clips shown
Clip of Christopher Walken's scene shown in a segment on the music video of Weapon Of Choice, in which he starred.
This film is #53 on the list.
Featured in Best Picture montage.
referenced among Christopher Walken's work
Clips from this film are shown in These Amazing Shadows.
Clip is presented
Number 25 in the Countdown
one of Cimino's other movies
The film is discused and clips are shown.
Cecil B. DeMille Award presentation for Meryl Streep.
Seen in 90 Years of Oscars montage
The Russian roulette scene in The Deer Hunter was spoofed.
Antonio spoofs the Russian Roulette scene
Russian Roulette spoof
The character of the filmmaker recreates famous film deaths and at one point stages the Russian roulette game from "Deer Hunter."
Playing Russian roulette with an Asian guy while having people betting around him.
The episode title is a pun on the film.
Two Vietnamese guys force Krusty and Skinner to play Russian Roulette but Moe stops them.
Heath Ledger's lip syncing serenade of "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" mimics Christopher Walken's singing of it during a pool game in The Deer Hunter.
Old ladies enjoy a game of Russian roulette.
Russian Roulette scene
Playable character 'the Deerhaunter'
Michael plays Russian roulette (after palming the bullet).
Jekyll forces a captive to play Russian roulette and plays along with him.
In the Wordwang sketch, when the board spins around, the people on the other side are re-enacting the Russian roulette scene from The Deer Hunter.
Playing Russian roulette with horse sperm
When Kirk Lazarus is trying to persuade Tugg Speedman to leave the camp, the comic scene mirrors Robert Deniro's interaction with Christopher Walken towards the end of The Deer Hunter.
Spoofed in "Walken's Crisps"
Spoofed in one of Molly's fantasies.
Russian Roulette scene renacted
the Russian roulette scene is recreated
The deer from "The Deer Hunter" appears on "La Rivista della Telivisione" to enact revenge on Robert De Niro and is killed when he throws a pencil into its neck.
The Deer Hunter/Teletubbies spoof.
The Russian Roulette scene directly references a similar scene with Christopher Walken.
Spoofed as "Back from Vietnam and Upset"