Footage from this movie is used.
The dance sequence in the church, for a few seconds, perfectly imitates key dance moves from the famous Man-Machine dance from Metropolis. The dancer in the church is actually the choreaographer of the entire movie, who included the imitation as an homage.
During a party, a Hippie does a dance on a table with the chandelier
Pornographer mentions the age of aquarius.
Betty & Arthur are off to watch Hair while Uncle Roy babysits
the finale with all the protesting hippies is exactly like the one in Hair
Gene Siskel says this movie is a good companion piece to "Four Friends" (1981).
Referenced during the Tanners' game of charades.
In the segment on the National Film Preservation Act, Roger Ebert mentions that Milos Forman once watched his movie on TV to find that nine of the musical numbers had been cut out.
Elaine says that her roommate "did some outdoor production of 'Hair.'"
Crow, Joel, and Tom sing part of "Let the Sunshine In."
Mike: ". . . and Jupiter aligns with Mars."
"The Age of Aquarius"
Used in the title & The Title Card is in the style of the Album Cover of the Musical
Mentioned by a trivia nerd
Original play's title and poster are shown on a theater marquee.
mentioned in dialogue
Fatso: "This is the dawning of the age of aquarius."
The town sings "Good Morning, Starshine."
"This is the dawning of the age of seaquariusium"
Homer says, "Good morning, starshine."
Homer sings "Good Morning Starshine."
Michael sings the title song
Song from this film during montage.
Bob sings 'Goodmorning starshine'
Bobby lists movie trivia in bed
Andy says 'Good Morning, Starshine'
Wonka says "Good Morning, Starshine. The Earth Says Hello."
Milos Forman mentions this film.
Caitlin sings 'Aquarius'
"Initials" from this musical is featured.
Alex says "We're dealing with a professional, not the cast of Hair."
Mentioned by John.
"Are they talking about the Manson family or the cast of Hair?"
Poster in Sacha's apartment
Jobriath was in the original play's cast
Video case is shown.
Dancing scene in the Tower
Elena says she won't talk to anyone who hasn't seen "Hair".
characters are talking about this film
Mentioned in dialogue.
The song "Aquarius" is #33 on the list.
it was the last thing shown
A clip is shown
the documentary shows clips from this film
The "Sodomy" song takes #10
In the last shot, Nabeshin is sitted in a beach chair singing about his afro. using the music of the song "HAIR"
The song "Aquarius" and the choreography