Born on the Fourth of July (1989)
"Moon River" being played at prom
Title on marquee during 1950s Fourth of July parade
mentioned by Tim
Comic Book Guy says that Bart's "scar, like Tom Cruise's last good movie, was 'Born on the Fourth of July.'"
Ron Kovic promotes the film based on his life on this chatshow
Included in a $7,500 question
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Actors & Their Roles"
Ollie refers to Ben as "Ben on the Fourth of July".
The movie is referenced in a sketch
during the re-enactment
About an actor who looks like Tom Cruise, Al Moody says "I liked him in that Vietnam movie. He played a good cripple."
mentioned by Tom Tucker during Oliver Stone's appearance at the parade
Mentioned by name
Michael mentions the film
Ari Gold mentions this film.
One of the films on the list
mentioned once in extended version
Ethan Hunt disguise when he flies to China
Video case is shown in a video store.
The Driver states: "I maintain that Rambo and Born on the Fourth of July are the same film."
It is shown in a movie theater at one point of the film (scene was deleted).
Clips are shown of various Tom Cruise movies, including this one.
Clips are shown in the teaser for the next week's show.
Clips are shown. Roger Ebert's video recommendation for those who like "Forrest Gump" (1994).
Clips shown in a segment on Tom Cruise.
Clip(s) from this film were included. The film was identified by title/year/director in a sub-caption.
Clips are shown
Scene is seen on TV in control room.
Charlie dresses up like Tom Cruise's character, and Charlie and Frank fight while sitting in wheelchairs similar to the fight between Tom Cruise and Willem Dafoe.
In Toot's flashback, her legs are amputated, she becomes wheelchair bound and takes on the appearance of Ron Kovic, and she is spit on and called a "baby killer." She also says, "Or was that a Tom Cruise movie?"
"Oliver Stoneland" features a "bumper wheelchairs" ride, based on "Born on the Fourth of July."
Spoofed as part of the comedy routine in "Tom Cruise: Dress Casual"