movie is edited into short comedic clip
Footage from this movie is used.
DVD is shown in a video store.
At the party halfway through the film a poster of Amadeus is shown.
Title mentoined during Entertainment Tonight cold opening
mentioned by narrator.
Geoffrey asks Emma if they have anything like this.
The rivalry between Mozart and Salieri.
Both Milos Forman films, filmed in Prague and dealing with well-to-do people in 1780s Europe, have Vincent Schiavelli as a servant.
Bill and Ted talk about the film.
Bill and Ted have a copy of the film on VHS in their apartment.
Danny tells Jack Slater that he should not trust John Practice (played by F. Murray Abraham) because he killed Mozart, referring to Abraham's role as Salieri in "Amadeus".
Tom: "Patti LaBelle, as Amadeus"
Seen on video store shelf
Mentioned by name
The player's complaint that French music "has too many notes" is the same as Emperor Joseph's comment on Mozart's music.
Mentioned by Mike during the closing credits of "Laserblast."
Gargoyles place Mozart-esque wig on Quasimodo (Tom Hulce)
In a street interview, a theatergoer cites this as her all-time favorite film.
Gene Siskel mentions the movie (in an archive clip).
"You've shown us something quite... new." "It IS new, isn't it?"
Miroslav Ondrícek talks about it.
There is a poster of the older film visible on the wall of the video store Max "plants" his film in.
After Jack Black and the kids write "Step Off", he bows and says "Grazie...grazie". In 'Amadeus', Salieri peforms a similar bow and says the same line in one scene.
Listed in a program schedule.
Video case is shown in a video store.
The guys are watching a Bill Murray marathon on TV and one of them says Murray should have won the Oscar that year for "Ghost Busters" instead of F. Murray Abraham for "Amadeus"
correct response in "Name That Movie" category
contestant Eric Dolansky says he once had to deny the film's star F. Murray Abraham admission to a theater because he was too late
"You saw 'Amadeus."
DVD is shown.
Will buys this DVD from a boy
Mentioned in dialogue by Roger
Included in a $100 question
Cynthia Nixon's role is the subject of a $100,000 question
Video case is shown in a video store.
Tracey has seen a XXX spoof called "I'm a do us"
DVD cover shown.
Mentioned in dialog
when Laurence compares his relationship with Kier to that of Mozart and Salieri in the film.
Movie posters visible outside cinema
Skrillex calls Mozart "Wolfie"
"And if you think I'm going to watch Amadeus pan and scan..."
mentioned in award ceremony footage (Best Picture winner)
Waiter wearing rococo wig on snobbish birthday party is nicknamed Amadeus by one character.
Referenced by Charles.
While discussing The Grand Budapest Hotel, Jimmy and Jude Law comment on F. Murray Abraham's Oscar-winning performance
correct answer in "'80s Films" category
When Adam and Reece talk in Reece's restaurant, the latter mentions he is sick and tired of this Mozart/Salieri bullshit.
Brother Baxter to Conor, "So you're Mozart now, are you? That makes me Salieri, is it?"
Referenced in dialogue.
Seth mentions the Tom Hulce movie
correct response in "Best Picture Oscar Winners by Setting" category
This film is #53 on the list.
Discusses Production Design
shown in segment
Featured in Best Picture montage.
film clip shown and discussed
A fragment is shown.
Critic states how Mozart's musical upbringing clarifies his success in music, as opposed to Patch, where nothing of the sort happens.
A clip from the movie is used for the title and for the countdown.
Clip is shown.
movie is discussed
Critic analyzes this film against his 'so good it's bad' theory
The movie is spoofed in this episode.
"Break-in" scene is parody of ending of Amadeus, Mozart music is playing
The 3rd segment is a spoof of Amadeus, a fact which is pointed out at the end
Stewie impersonates composers and Peter is likened to Saligieri
Spoofed towards the end of the episode
The Scene in which Marshal describes the burger is a parody of the scene in Amadeus when Salieri describing the music of Mozart., the same Mozart music plays in the background.
The piano segment is a parody of this film. Mozart's music can be heard earlier in the film.
The Critic's scenes where he confesses about "killing" Rocky and Bullwinkle mirror those of Salieri's confessions about being responsible for Mozart's death.