movie is edited into short comedic clip
scenes are taken from this film
Otho : "She's still upset that someone dropped a house on her sister"
As he catches and pulls the fly into the hole, Beetlejuice cries in a high, shrill voice, "Help me! Help me!" This is a reference to the famous ending of _Fly, The (1958)_.
Lydia: "Are you Night of the Living Dead under there?"
Beetlejuice: "I've seen The Exorcist about 167 times"
Opening aerial shot of a Volkswagon traveling through hills
The Saturn Sandworm.
The character of Adam has his head off and puts it back on like Mombi in Return To Oz.
A fly is walking around and Beetlejuice holds up a Zagnut candy bar and says "Hey, want something to nosh?" This is an allusion to Geena Davis' then-husband Jeff Goldblum who played The Fly.
Michael Keaton based his performance of Beetlejuice on Chop Top from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Batman (1989)
Skeeter portrays as Skeeter Juice during the haunted playhouse scene.
Creedence Leonore Gielgud's makeup is partly inspired by "Beetlejuice". Also, some settings and situations are referenced too.
referenced in Michael Keaton interview
Clarissa mentions wanting to rent The Little Mermaid and Beetle Juice
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Edward Scissorhands (1990)
As he enters the guidance counselor's office, Parker says, "I'm about to enter 'The Beetle Juice Zone.'"
Referenced by Roger Ebert in his discussion of "Nothing But Trouble".
Tom: "There goes Beetle Juice!"
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the title in his review of Batman Returns (1992)
Plucky disguises himself as Beetlejuice while trying to get into Warner Bros. Studio.
Jack Skellington's first extended appearance was on top of Betelgeuse's carousel hat towards the end, after summoned by Lydia.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Gene Siskel calls The Trickster in "Brainscan" (1994) a low-rent version of the title character in this movie.
Magic trick toy shown.
Gex mentions the name of the movie.
During the end credits, T.W., Danny, and Sawyer are seen starring in the movie, with a spoof of the movie poster.
Jerry Lawler says that Headbanger Mosh's leggings look like those worn by Beetlejuice.
Titular character mentioned.
Pearl: ...and the two before that he was played by Beetlegeuse.
When Coop makes 'a scary face' for a psych out the shot of him from behind with tentacles shooting out from the sides of his face is a direct reference to when Beeltejuice does this to prove he can be scary.
O'Neill yells out the word beetlejuice in hope it is the voice activated password to uncloak a Goa'uld cargo ship.
Mentioned by Craven.
Cordelia calls a demon a "Beetlejuice-y albino."
"All the guys she goes out with look like they stepped off of the set of Beetle Juice!"
Drew says "It's showtime!" during the intro.
Poster on wall behind Geena Davis.
Mentioned as part of Winona Ryder's career.
Smith mentions reading a script for Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian.
The gothic juror's name is Lydia Deets, the main character of Beetlejuice is Lydia Deitz.
The movie references this other movie in one scene
Bobby lists movie with Michael Keaton
DVD is on shelf at the pawn shop.
Scotty mentions it.
The dance that Mike Teavee does is a reference to Lydia's own dance.
In the dinner scene, the fire turns green just as it does in the seance scene in Beetlejuice
referenced in clue and correct response in "Star Light, Star Bright" category
Mentioned by Tim Burton.
Referenced in Ma skit
drawing on wall with chalk creates door that can be pushed in, transports to alternate reality.
Mentioned by name by Placido.
Betelgeuse is one of the Imaginationland villains.
Dead waiting room occupant with shrunken head in segment "Al fresco. ¿Qué hay después de la muerte?"
Hollywood Boulevard character dressed as Beetlejuice
Michelle refers to Britta as "Beetlejuice."
mentioned in the interogation room
The Mad Hatter does a dance and his head spins around.
Included in a $7,500 question
mentioned in dialogue
Jerry Lawler says that Regal dressed as Goldust for the "Trading Places" match looks like Beetlejuice.
Britta asks Jeff, "Don't you usually wear the stripey, turquoise 'Beetle Juice' numbers?"
"I don't know why he looks like Beetlejuice's Raggedy Ann doll."
Referenced in conversation.
A man at Johnson's party is dressed as Beetlejuice.
Louise talks about watching Beetle Juice in Spanish.
Howard mentions the title character.
mentioned in dialogue
"Pouring his Beetlejuiciest mannerisms into the mania of the role."
Character name mentioned by Paul Scheer
Iliza calls one candidate "Beetle Juice".
Annie observes that Britta has the "Beetle Juice" soundtrack on her playlist.
ghosts scare away new house's owners away
Ricky names Beetle Juice as his favourite film.
Music from this film used
In "Get in the Cage," Nicolas Cage (Andy Samberg) compares himself to "a Puerto Rican Beetle Juice."
Joe refers to Hester as "Beetle Juice".
"He better be careful or he's gonna come across Beetlejuice's snake tail."
Fake campaign commercial includes an image of Michael Keaton in the film
Beetle Juice appears in the parodied Sixth Sense film.
Video case is shown.
"It's kinda like Beetlejuice except with lame internet horror garbage."
A prison inmate is referred to as "Beetlejuice."
A recorded VHS tape of this movie & Robocop is seen in the TV room.
Referenced by Tosh
"But it could be called Pre-Beetlejuice."
Brad says he dressed up as Beetlejuice for Halloween as a kid.
The Pizza guy mistakes the name "Beetlejuice" for "Beelzebub."
A VHS tape of this movie was seen in one of the old Christmas cataloge books.
Characters with the first name "Delia" and last name "Dietz" after characters in "Beetle Juice."
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned in dialogue
another movie about ghosts
among Burton movies the Critic likes
Referenced among the "Fox and Friends" corrections
Referenced in Andy Samberg's opening monologue
Rileah Vanderbilt says that if monsters are real, she wishes they'd be like Beetlejuice.
Beetlejuice costume seen
Nerd talks about the movie and reviews the NES game
mentioned once/poster shown
Mentioned by Graham in his opening monologue when he talks about Michael Keaton; also Michael Keaton tells a story about a man with a Beetlejuice tattoo who did not recognize him
Brent is dressed as Beetlejuice.
Charlotte Barklay's outfit
Tony Tempo mentions the movie
Marion Cotillard mentions the movie.
mentioned in discussion of Michael Keaton's movies
"This movie is like Beetlejuice crossed with Burnt Offerings."
"Just imagine Ronald McDonald and Beetlejuice sponsored a human Happy Meal toy."
Dylan, "Look Beetlejuice, I don't remember saying your name three times."
Ted tries to wish Beetlejuice into the courtroom by saying his name three times.
"That explains why she's dressed as Sexy Beetlejuice."
Two fans mention some of Maree Cheatham's past work
VHS release reviewed + footage used
Scene from it is shown.
This film is #88 on the list.
A character is seen smoking a cigarette.
Footage from this film was edited into this mini-series
Bettlejuice's snake appearance is at spot number 7.
Footage shown when referenced
"Tim Burton in 3 Minutes or Less" segment.
clip shown during Horror montage
Clips shown when a Current.com user says a movie moment in this movie went over his head
Beetlejuice is compared to Maurice
Number 17 in the Countdown
movie is reviewed
A clip of the movie is shown.
Ivan Ooze can fire off blobs of ooze from his hand.
A sandworm appears in Beavis' hallucination eating a demonic version of Muddy Grimes.
Adult movie at store: "Beaverjuice"
For comedic purposes
Lydia needs Beetlejuice, but Beetlejuice's wife has other plans
At the end of the game, when the character is supposed to be dead, he/she rises from the dead in a fashion that mimics Beetlejuice
Najijuice is a parody of Beetlejuice