Cape Fear (1991)
Name of the boat at the end of the film
The boat at the end of Cape Fear is named Moana. This references the boat (and the themes of taboo) in Murnau's film. Murnau's collaborator on the picture, Robert J. Flaherty had previously produced a film titled Moana.
Jessica Lange mentions Perry Mason when she first hears of the private eye they hired (in fact, Paul Drake served as Mason's private eye)
Sam Spade is mentioned when listing private detectives
Lange mentions Peter Gunn
Lange mentions Mickey Spillane when she finds out about the private eye at dinner-in fact, Spillane played his own private eye Hammer in this film
One of the books seen in Max Cady's cell is The Cell Within by Jake Manning.
mentioned by Elaine
Announced as nominee.
In the opening shot, Jimmy Chase (Paul Hewitt) mistakes Alan Rudolph for Martin Scorsese and tells him, "Hey, I loved 'Cape Fear'."
mentioned on Weekend Update
Billboard with poster seen for 2 seconds during car chase
Servo: (as DeNiro) Come out, come out, wherever you are.
Episode is named after it, music is based on the score.
Servo: (as Robert DeNiro) Counselor!
Crow: "That you, student councilor?"
Seen on video store shelf in 'Video Review'
Poster is shown in a video store.
Crow: "Robert De Niro is clinging to the bottom of the car."
Featured a vignette for Waylon Mercy, who was derived from Max Cady
TV debut of Waylon Mercy, whose gimmick/character was based on the 1991 version of Max Cady
The music score is direct reference to Cape Fear (when the detectives go to arrest Victor (Sin of Sloth)
Poster on wall
Lachie Jr. mentions the film by name.
De Niro impersonates himself from that film
Sampled dialogue used in score throughout opening sequence.
Schmidt talks about
Music from this film is played while Larry and Cheryl are in a race to try to get her medication.
A poster of the film is shown hanging on a wall.
making of documentary for the movie
poster in background
The way Chris hides on the moving vehicle like Max Cady.
Music from Cape Fear used during chewing gum scene
While the two leads play a trivia game with each other, they mention this movie.
When Garfield is under Jon's car, it's a clear reference to Robert DeNiro's Max Cady on "Cape Fear".
The person laughing at the 37 quote from the Clerks movie during one of it's theater runs was refer to as Max Cady.
the plot (person released from jail coming back for revenge), the weight lifting scene is parodied as Trent lifts Tinkertoys as weights
Come out come out whatever you are
Video case is shown in a video store.
line in Theatre
Video case is shown in a video store.
In this earlier film by Scorsese, villianous convict Max Cady is shown in cell, tattooed torso shirtless, doing dips. While imprisoned Costigan does the same exercise in his cell, also shirtless/tattooed.
Lewis Black impersonates DeNiro saying "Come out, come out, wherever you are."
Max Cady briefly appears among the villains
Theme from "Cape Fear" used in principal's room
Scene in which The Joker hangs upside down while the camera's 180 degree spin.
Dean paraphrases Robert DeNiro's line "Come out, come out wherever you are" in the same tone of voice.
Blackburn wants revenge on Boogie and he trains the same way Caddy does in Cape Fear
Castle mentions "Cape Fear" by name - does impression which Ryan identifies as being of Robert DeNiro.
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "Bad Guys"
Included in a $10,000 question
Movie poster is shown. Mike Wolfe mentions this movie by name
A still from "Cape Fear" is shown in the "Actor II Actor" intro.
Robin mentions it.
mentioned by Lewis
Lynda says Robert De Niro got nominated for best actor
This film is mentioned in a deleted scene during a discussion on horror remakes.
Mentioned by Phil Rosenthal.
Video case is shown.
Don Ramiro imitates Max Cady
Betty quotes Cape Fear as she searches the house for Desmond.
Castle states he tried to "pull a Cape Fear" to get away from Kristina Cottera
While discussing Honey Mahogany's kaftan, RuPaul asks 'Juliette Lewis' if she's wearing a "cape fear" (referring to her kaftan).
Butch calls John Reid "councellor" several times, the same as Max Cady calls Sam Bowden. It is relevant because it is said by the films main antagonist, who is also a sadistic killer, to a lawyer who at one point is idealistic, but then loses his faith in the law
Video case is shown.
A Delta is dressed up as Max Cady for the Robert De Niro party.
The opening when Nora is working out in her cell is modeled after Cady working out in his cell
Lucy the maid mentions the film
Jimmy mentions the title and Robert De Niro during the Mets Bucket Hat Guy segment
Jimmy does an impression of Robert De Niro's character
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Juliette Lewis
mentioned by Jen Lada
mentioned by Adnan Virk
referenced in clue and correct response in "A Cameo Appearance" category
all Double Jeopardy! category names allude to Robert De Niro, including "Cape Fear"
Shown at the movie theater
On TV in Juliette Lewis's bedroom
Clip shown in quotes montage and in 'Best inanimate objects'
De Niro/Nolte confrontation and threat to family
clips are shown
Footage from this is featured.
Clip is shown.
Clips are shown.
Clips shown in a segment on Max Cady.
clip with Robert DeNiro and Illeana Douglas
Clip shown and discussed
Clip of Max Cady laughing in movie theater compared to Pumpcasting participant
The movie is parodied as "Cape Munster"
Sideshow Bob as released felon now after Bart. Sideshow Bob chases the family under the car, like Max does in the movie.
The film uses the Cape Fear (1991) score music throughout and the scene where Detective Mandy and Mandy's Wife argue is a parody of the argument between Nick Nolte and Jessica Lange in Cape Fear, and is shot the same way,
Jerry has a dream that Uncle Leo has turned into Max Cady while in jail.
Marvin the Martian hides under Bugs and Daffy's spaceship
Adult parody of the film.
Underside Car Ride