Mentioned by Werner Herzog who talks about the genesis of the film.
The on screen director doesn't want to cut Jesus from the picture. He says "It's like shooting Fitzcarraldo without the boat!"
Opera playing as boat navigates river in the Amazon.
"Now *this* is the boat they should have taken over that mountain in 'Fitzcarraldo'!"
Mentioned in the commentary.
Referenced by name
Movie title referred to by Even Longer: Klaus Kinski stars in the film, a regular in several original German Edgar Wallace films
Mentioned in "The French Woman" article.
A scene in which the ship's crew disagrees with the captain's desired course, so the Captain asks those who want to leave to step forward.
Scotty mentions it.
Uter says he feels like Fitzcarraldo
The shot in which Joe Gundha's mud-soaked body is dragged out from the well is near-identincal to a certain shot in Werner Herzog's Fitzcarraldo in which an Indian labourer's body is retrieved from under the steamboat.
Journey into the 'Heart of Darkness'
Werner Herzog talks in interview about this film
Scenes are homage
on Sebastian's list of recommendations at the video store
You can see the cover of the film in the school film room.
Segments from this film are featured and Herzog talks about in in length as well as visiting one of the shooting locations in Carnac, France.
The film features extracts from this Werner Herzog film.
Featured in the Werner Herzog segment.
Clips are shown
Contains footage from Fitzcarraldo (1982)
Werner Herzog talks about this movie of his as scenes are shown.
A clip from this film is shown
Greg and Earl are watching this film as kids.