Japanese remake of Unforgiven (1992)
Clint has credited much of the lighting in Unforgiven to this film
Bill Munny's kids names are Will and Penny
Crow: "It's 'Unforgiven,' underwater."
Crow: "It's 'Unforgiven' meets 'Making the Grade.'"
Name visible on a movie theater marquee behind Briscoe and Logan
Will Munny and Ned Logan make a cameo appearance at the banquet.
Seen on video store shelf
Paul Calderon's character is named 'English Bob', after the character from this film.
Will mentions the film
Gene Siskel mentions that the opening of "Bad Girls" (1994) is similar to the one in this movie.
Movie is mentioned.
Mentioned by Tom during the closing credits of "Laserblast."
Mentioned in Inside the Actor's studio
Jan tells a story about a hero named "Clint Hackman," who utters the famous "I've killed women and children" monologue before killing a villain
Uma Thurman impersonates Clint Eastwood in this movie, while explaining to a little girl why she killed her mother. i.e. "She had it coming"
Mentioned during an interview
Mentioned by Morgan Freeman.
Charlotte and Gerd Gramisch are playing a film quiz.
Mentioned by Morgan Freeman.
all Jeopardy! round category titles allude to Oscar winners for Best Picture, including "Unforgiven"
Video case is shown.
"'Deserve's' got nothin' to do with it"
Referenced by name
Mentioned by Margaret in a review of Changeling as another movie directed by Clint Eastwood.
The opening shots of the two films are identical.
The DVD is seen
Onscreen crawl of movies edited by Cleanflix
The gun known in the game as The Unforgiven has its special weapon effect called "It's a helluva thing...".
A still from this movie is seen on the wall of the "Reel Quotes" game show.
Included in a $25,000 question
One of the random encounters in town is that you have to save a prostitute from being cut up by a cowboy.
Mark thinks this would be a better Clint Eastwood film to name Jeremy's penis after.
referenced in clue in "Actors Who Direct" category
Hewy compares the movie to Rango
Michael Biehn's character quotes from this movie.
Duke says "It's a hell of a thing killing a pig." It is a play on a line said by Clint Eastwood (playing William Munny) in Unforgiven. The original line is "It's a hell of a thing killing a man"
mentions this as one of a few westerns the Critic actually likes
Referenced in Lassiter and Marlowe's discussion of Clint Eastwood movies
Mentioned by David before he chooses Gran Torino as one of his top three international movies as another movie directed by Clint Eastwood.
Dialogue from movie is quoted
film canister seen at film archive
Watched on television
Dean mentions watching this movie.
scenes are shown
Eastwood kills Hackman
This film is #98 on the list.
This film is #68 on the list.
Featured in Best Picture montage.
Clips are shown
This film is #4 on the "Western" list.
Clips from this film are featured during the 'Great American Culture Quiz' segment.
DVD jacket shown in the video library at the beginning of the movie.
Clips from films shown and were discussed by those interviewed.
film clips shown
clip shown when discussing old west heroes
Clint Eastwood's cameo in this movie is a parody of his character Bill Munny from "Unforgiven".
During the end credits, a videotape of "Sin condón", a supposed porn version of this movie based on its Spanish title, can be seen.
The showdown at the ranch is parodied with Albert's sheep farm.
"Every Which Way but Unforgiven" trailer