Dances with Wolves (1990)
Even filmmaker Samuel Fuller has acknowledged this film as "a virtual remake" of his film "Run of the Arrow" which bears striking similarities to his picture.
Sophia jokes about Dorothy's "Indian name," Dances with no one, in a reference to the name of this film.
Berniece misquotes the film's name.
The film is referenced several times.
Jesse guesses "Dances with Cheese" at picture charades
Jerry asks Shelly if she has seen "Dances with Wolves."
Mentioned by Pierce Brosnan.
The scene where Azeem first shows Robin (Kevin Costner) his telescope is similar to a scene where Dunbar (Costner) hands a telescope to Kicking Bird.
The film is mentioned by name.
Roger Ebert notes that a character in "Hot Shots!" (1991) is named Dances with Bikers.
Roger Ebert says that "Windwalker" (1981) (his video recommendation) is in the tradition of this movie.
Features the TV debut of Tatanka, whose character was derived from Dances with Wolves.
Tom: "Cycles with Wolves"
Howard mentions this during the game of charades
At the party, Kevin Costner is shown dancing with wolves.
Ginette (Marie-Anne Chazel) says Godefroy rides a horse "like Kewin Coster"
Tommy D. refers to the film.
In "Turkey Jerky," Wakko's Native American name is "Wakko Who Waltzes with Wolves."
Jay mentions that he had a part in the film
mentioned by Antonio
Frank Drebin must watch an adult film in hospital. But he asks if they have Dances With Wolves, The Rocketeer, or Spartacus.
Mentioned in dialogue
At the beginning of the episode, Lisa calls Bart "Dances in Underpants".
The two old men are listening to the radio, it's a show about movies. The host talks about the new western heroes, who move in with the indians and dance with the animals. Clearly a reference to Dances with Wolves (1990).
Edgar claims to have seen this movie and that the native in the movie (ironically played by Graham Greene, who also plays Edgar) should have received the Oscar
Shawn refers to Robert as "Dances with Sweaters."
Yakko refers to Wakko as "Slobbers with Wolves."
Breeze says he wants to make a musical out of Dances with Wolves.
After an hors d'oeuvre accidant, Gil tells Niles to call him "Fumbles with crab puffs".
In his review of "The Postman" (1997), Roger Ebert mentions this previous movie from Kevin Costner.
Ross talks about the time he was in the line-up to buy tickets to see the movie.
mentioned by Bruce
Quick refers to Frank Zeit as "Dances with Swizzle Stick".
Todd references the film.
Indian named "Dances with Focus Groups"
Mary McDonnell stars in Dances with Graham Greene, in Donnie she speaks of a different Graham Greene
Mentioned by James Lipton in the introduction, still images from the movie are shown, and Kevin Costner talks about the movie.
Mentioned by Kent.
Lorelai suggests renting it for a "Three Faces of Costner" movie night.
Little Creek draws a blue circle around one of the horses eyes.
Nate mentions the title while in the casino.
The Onscreen creative team making the film within a film lists this movie among their real life credits
Ali G says "Has it not got a connection with that guy from Dances with Wolves then?
Mr. Monroe says the theme of the dance is "Dances with Wolves"
Zach tells Lane that her seeing him cry during the film is proof that she knows him better than even his parents.
Mentioned by Alan
Mentioned by name by Frankie as Dance with Coyotes.
Stuart: "Bye Skyler. Bye ... Dances with Skyler."
It is mentioned in a newspaper article. Also, a photograph is shown.
Arguing that a film should be more than its title, Lorelai cites the film, saying it wasn't just one long wolf dance.
Referenced in dialogue
A person said that he loves this movie.
mentioned in dialogue
mentioned when talking about killing artists after their greatest works
Critic: "Just ask Dances-with-Funnel-Clouds over there!"
Subject of a $50,000 question
Russell summarises the second half of Gone with the Wind to Adam - unfortunately he neither hasn't seen it and summarises Dances with Wolves to Adam instead.
From Mark's online profile, April learns that his favorite movie is "Dances with Wolves."
Mentioned in film and still photos shown.
Julie mentioned the movie.
"Dances with Smurfs" is a play on the title "Dances with Wolves."
A TV announcer says, "Texas was dancing with wolves today."
Roeper compares the plot of "Avatar" to "Dances with Wolves"
"Before Dances with Wolves, this was the most significant portrait of Native Americans"
Plot compared to "Avatar"
Roeper compares the plot of "Avatar" to "Dances With Wolves"
Sigourney reads a blog in which Avatar is referred to as Dances with Smurfs
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Best Picture Letter Drop"
Renegade says: "Two Clocks is a little more Dances with Wolves but I like it"
The jocks refer to Claire as "Dances with Losers".
mentioned in dialogue
Margaret mentions that her only issue with the Academy is that they gave Best Film to Dances with Wolves instead of Goodfellas.
Film mentioned by a character.
a woman's Facebook comment mentions that she watched the film on a date with a man
"...and her getting it on with Dances With Mullets."
In Tina's dream sequence, Will as Sue claims his/her Comanche Indian name is "Cheerleads with Wolves".
The movie is at Carl's house
"She's kinda like the reverse Dances with Wolves avatar."
Trace Adkins mentions the movie in relation to Kevin Costner.
Mentioned by Jake.
Jason Sudeikis mentions this movie by name during the game Celebrity Name Game
Amber mentions the movie when hearing about bison
Mentioned by Jimmy in his opening monologue
Clips are shown for many of the year's Oscar-nominated movies, including this one.
Clips are shown.
This film is #75 on the list.
Cited as one of best 100 movies in last 100 years
Clips are shown.
Footage from this film was edited into this mini-series.
This film is #59 on the list.
Featured in Best Picture montage.
a clip is shown
Clips seen and discussed
A clip is shown.
After Marty has danced among all the frogs, the indian chief calls him 'Dances with Frogs'.
Hampton and Dizzy review a spoof of the film in the segment "Samurai Film Critic".
Spoofed in the "Jazzercise with Wolves" step aerobics segment, with Bob as Kevin Costner
one level is called "Dances with Werewolves"
Roseanne says to DJ's teacher that she will never ever laugh about "Dance with Wolves"
The ECW Arena debut of Dances With Dudley
Lovelace yells at Mumble from the top of a cliff like Wind In His Hair yelled at Dunbar.
The title Dances with Wolverine is a spoof of this movie.
Albert earns the trust of the Native Americans after he is able to communicate fluently with them.