Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985)
The opening scene of this film bears a clear resemblance to the iconic crop dusting sequence from Hitchock's movie.
One of the boys has a talking pull-string Bugs Bunny doll.
When introducing Max to the Thunderdome crowd, Dr. Dealgood calls him "The Man with No Name". This is a reference to Clint Eastwood's character in Sergio Leone's "spaghetti westerns", particularly A Fistful of Dollars, where his character also enters a town as a drifter and plays the two ruling factions against each other for profit.
The character of "Captain Walker", the absent father-figure/savior/pilot, is clearly a reference to "Captain Walker" from the film Tommy. Also, the presence of Tina Turner (who protrayed the "Acid Queen" in "Tommy") strengthens the connections between the two movies.
The scene where Max chases Blackfinger around a corner and then comes running back with guards chasing him is an homage to the scene with Han Solo on the Death Star.
Referenced during the "Solarbabies" review.
Poster on wall in Karel's room
the scene when Ransom wakes up screaming and falls out of a hut (then hanging on a rope and surrounded by chanting natives) is shot and edited exactly like when Mad Max wakes in the children's village in Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome
Crow: "On their way to the Thunderdome"
Mike: "I thought we were beyond Thunderdome."
Mike: "Judy Beyond Thunder-squishy"
referenced by Dennis
Crow and Tom mention it during the opening sequence.
The video was inspired by the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
Mentioned in dialogue when Fletcher states where Tina Turner is, saying "she's beyond Thunderdome"
Melanie Brown is shown singing on top of a tank strapped with ammunition in an industrial post-apocalyptic war scene.
George says the dealership is like Thunderdome
Mike: "Beyond Donald-dome"
The line "Oh restless spirit from the other side of the mountain, beyond thunderdome, somewhere under the rainbow, show yourself."
The episode title is a reference to a character from that movie.
John says, "I think I've seen this one. Mel Gibson, Tina Turner, cage match." and "Nobody saw the third one, anyway."
Referenced through dialogue.
the episode title is a parody of that title, plus it features the cars from the movie
The Professor says, "Two robots enter, one robot leaves."
one of the guys says to Pam Grier she was good in "Max Max"; actually, Tina Turner appeared in that movie
When Lois demands Jared, "Spin the wheel Raggedy Man!"
the fight with the Aqualizer is a reference to a scene from the third Mad Max movie.
Lorelai says, "It's like Thunderdome in here!"
Buffy says, "Welcome to Thunderdome." Andrew says, "Two men enter, one man leaves."
similar gladitorial fight scene with chainsaw
Meatwad describes his digestive system in terms of this movie
Dr. Venture suggests Dean could carry Jonas Jr. on his back "like Master Blaster"
referenced in clue and correct response in "Mel Gibson: Tortured Thespian" category
"Welcome to the Thunderdome, bitch."
Director Stephan Elliott states that crew members had worked in the desert on "Mad Max" movies and that "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" was a complete contrast to these films in terms of costume colours.
When the protagonists arrive at Bexhill, a tall man carrying a little person in his backpack can be seen, resembling the characters Master/Blaster.
A poster for this movie is shown in a montage of posters for movies starring Mel Gibson in a segment on Mad Max.
Danny refers to Pahrump as "Thunderdome" whilst on the phone to Jordan.
When the captured natives arrive at the pyramids you can see shots of a tall man carrying a little person on his backpack. A reference to the characters Master/Blaster from this other Mel Gibson movie.
Mentioned in dialogue by Dave Gold.
Elizabeth Swann is seen unloading a gratuitous number of weapons to gain entrance to Captain Feng's base in Singapore, a reference to Max's unloading of a similarly gratuitous number of weapons to gain entrance to Bartertown.
Character at the party remarks "Welcome to the Thunderdome"
The Lady asks Rick and Orlie if they have seen it before he sets up their cage fight.
Julia Morris and David Hobson perform the song We Don't Need Another Hero from Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
"Thunderdome! Two men enter, one man leaves."
Bette refers to the Black Creek Research Facility as "the Thunderdome."
Morgan's way to pick the next assistant manager
The name of the stadium in which the football team plays is The Thunderdome.
Tracey warns New York to get ready for the Thunderdome
"Can we not go all 'Thunderdome'?"
"Matt Max beyond Warburdome" is listed among the opening credits.
Crow: "Oh, come on, can't we get BEYOND Thunderdome?"
Character notes "Why don't you just fly your ass back up to Thunderdome?"
Jeffs mentions the Thunderdome on several occasions
Chloe thinks that Zod will prefer conquering Earth instead of playing Thunderdome on a deserted planet.
As the Freeman family escapes the house with their food and water tied on top their car, Aunty Entity's hairstyle and large earrings are worn by the Woodcrest Militia leader as she orders her gang to get on a school bus to give chase.
Bo compares the glass factory to the Thunderdome
Lupe at the Grub and Gulp can say: "a little fallout never killed anybody" when talking about Dirty Water, a reference to a water salesman when Max enters Bartertown.
Mentioned on this DVD.
Puck mentions "Thunderdome"
Tom refers to his tent as the "Thunderdome."
Michelle Visage references the film's title.
the cage fight is a reference to this Mad Max movie
points out Angelo Rossitto, who was also in this film
Oliver calls the battle arena 'Zod's Thunderdome'
Leslie refers to the budget meeting as "Budgetary Thunderdome."
Louis says to Misha, "Did you ever see the Tina Turner movie Mad Max Thunderdome? That's what it reminded me of a little tonight in a good way."
Players earn and achievement called "Thunderdome" for winning an arena battle.
The announcer in the duel in the sun chamber quotes the annoncer in the Thunderdome match between Max and Blaster, and wears a similar costume.
Referenced by Lennox.
Mentioned several times by Charlie.
"Mad Max: Beyond Pigfucker-dome."
Mentioned in dialogue
Jay alludes to it.
Clark says, "I thought this was an office, not the Thunderdome."
Sheldon says, "Welcome to the Thunderdome, Kripke!"
Leslie says, "Every time it so much as drizzles in Pawnee, the town is in danger of collapsing into Thunderdome-style post-apocalyptic mayhem."
Henry says that when Shawn "was 10 years old, he ran for office on the promise he would build a Thunderdome in the schoolyard."
The movie is mentioned.
Referenced in dialogue
Mentioned by Willy in dialogue: "Welcome to the Thunderdome, bitch".
Actor Angus Sampson says the two directors of '100 Bloody Acres' are like Master-Blaster from Mad Max.
"Welcome to the Thunderdome."
Shawn refers to Gus's head as a "smooth, chocolate Thunderdome."
"Two bots enter, one bot leaves!"
Hank sits on top of a robot's shoulders and asks Dean "Who run Bartertown?"
"I don't need this, I made Beyond Thunderdome!"
The survivors car has a sign with "Master Blaster" written on it.
Johnny Cage: "Master Blaster!"
'Corpus Colossus' (played by Quentin Kenihan ) oversees the loading dock, and acts as dock lookout. He is too weak to operate the dock leavers, and is assisted by a brutish looking winch-man. This is similar, and probably a reference to, the characters 'Master' Blaster in _Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985)_
"Already, I like this better than Thunderdome."
Jay agrees with Mike that the 3rd Mad Max movie should be called "Mad Max Goes to the Thunderdome for the First Half of the Movie and Then He Meets up With Kids"
Film is discussed in this episode
Mike Golic refers to this movie
'Mad Max: Beyond Morrowind'
Part of a question
Victoria Coren-Mitchell compares the studio to the Thunderdome.
Title reference: segment "Beyond Gadgetdome"
Critic admits he thinks this was the best Mad Max
Travis says, "How's life in the Thunderdome?"
Mentioned in dialogue by Sebastian Lund.
Mentioned by Pops.
In order to avoid Ken, Gail and Audrey lie that they are going to see Mad Max and that they have seen all the films in the franchise.
"...when walking through Bartertown..."
Documentary about the 'Mad Max' saga
a Wasteland Weekend participant says he modeled his vehicle on one from the film
calls it "kid friendly"
two Double Jeopardy! categories are titled "Mad Max" and "Beyond Thunderdome"
Mentioned by Greg Nicotero when talking about the fight scene between Rick and Winslow.
"This is like Mad Max but without all the cool driving."
Jonah: "They've created their own Thunderdome."
Soundtrack music video with clips from the movie.
"Rotten Tomatoes Show Sports Network" segment
Clips shown in a segment on Max Rockatansky.
Doomsday has a similar arena scene to the one in this movie
Clip is shown
movie is reviewed
When Stan speaks about how the children ended up alone, and presents their religious system, this is a parody of the feral children's ritual "tell" in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.
the scene where Stan has a bucket put on his head, is placed on a mule and sent off into the wilderness
parodied in Redemption
Maggie, "falling in with a bad crowd", is shown hanging from an elastic bungee cord in a fight scene resembling a fight in the Thunderdome, with Master-Blaster.
whole episode is a spoof
"Welcome to the Freezer-Dome"