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Time After Time (1979) Poster

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Version of 

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: Tempus Fugitive (1995) (TV Episode)
based on the same story by H.G. Wells

References 

Things to Come (1936)
The San Francisco Hyatt Regency was modeled after the architecture of the film.
The Red Shoes (1948)
Amy refers to the film.
Vertigo (1958)
The scene between Wells and Amy in Muir Woods is based on a similar scene between James Stewart and Kim Novak in Vertigo.
For a Few Dollars More (1965)
Killer opens a musical locket/watch which plays a tune as he kills his victim.
Bullitt (1968)
Cab ride to Hyatt deliberately spoofs the famous Bullitt car chase.
What's Up, Doc? (1972)
When H. G. Wells gets in the cab, the cab driver asks him "What's Up, Doc?" before racing perilously up and down San Franciscos's hills, alluding to this comedy that is also set in San Francisco and features a wild chase through the streets of San Francisco
The Exorcist (1973)
H.G. and Amy see "The Exorcist IV" in the cinema.

Referenced in 

Times Square (1980)
Advertised on an orange marquee.
Back to the Future (1985)
Although the year is different both the date and time of arrival are the same in both "Time After Time" and "Back to the Future." Both Malcolm McDowell's H.G. Wells and Doc Brown set their date to Nov. 5, 10:15 a.m.
Time Travel: Fact, Fiction and Fantasy (1985) (TV Movie)
Includes movie clips
Back to the Future Part III (1990)
As in this film, Mary Steenburgen plays the love interest of a time traveller who eventually becames a love interest.
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Time After Time (2002) (TV Episode)
Movie title used in title
H.G. Wells: The Father of Science Fiction (2005) (Video)
mentioned once
Tales from the Future: Third Time's the Charm (2010) (TV Episode)
mentioned once
Supernatural: As Time Goes By (2013) (TV Episode)
Sam mentions H.G. Wells as time traveller.
The Cinema Snob: Jack the Ripper Goes West (2013) (TV Episode)
mentions Jack the Ripper being in the '80s

Featured in 

The Dead Pool (1988)
O Lucky Malcolm! (2006)
clips shown
Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy (2010) (Video)
David Miller mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Ebert Presents: At the Movies: Classics from the Vault: Changing Sex Roles (2011) (TV Episode)
a clip from the film is shown

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