Mrs. Potts and Chip are among the belongings at Porter and Clayton's camp in the jungle.
Nelson's line, "Stop zapping yourself!" is a parody of "Stop hitting yourself!" from the 1999 Disney animated feature.
Image of "Tarzan" on a shirt
One of the worlds to visit is the Jungle from this movie.
Junior is reading the book about the animated movie in bed
Characters from the film are playable.
Terk appears in the ending sequence
correct response in "Disney Movies by Character" category
The gorilla army is modeled after the gorillas from this movie.
The apes in this game resemble the apes from this movie.
Listed as a movie made in the Disney Animated Renaissance
DVD cover shown.
Eddie asks Josh if he played Tarzan on Broadway like from the movie
Brian Blessed's role mentioned
When Humphrey swings in on the rope to save Kate from falling into the muddy river, he yells like Tarzan does.
Tarzan as a Disney character is the subject of a $5,000 question
Kerchak and Buck, both are gorillas, die in similar fashions shot to death defending the protagonist. There are even a few camera angles similarly filmed like the scenes shown in Tarzan (1999). Furthermore, Tarzan and Caesar even rush to the aid of their protector and lean over the same side.
discusses the original when mentioning the inferior sequel
The quest name "Getting All Tarzan" references the character in the movie.
Erod mentions the 1999 Disney animated film
Action figure of Disney's Tarzan is shown as an item from the 99-cent store
The costumes In "Garbage Pail Kids" are said to be a cross between Tarzan and Grease.
The jungle appears as a world
"The humanized version of Disney's Tarzan."
a Tarzan doll based on the film is shown
Eggs realizes he's human when he touches hands with Winnie, just like Tarzan does with Jane.
Referenced in the Disney cartoon mentor sketch
As Tatuapú swings on the liana, Bento asks him to "take it slow" as he has got no "moves of Tarzan".
reviewed + footage used
Shown on TV while the gypsy family is having breakfast
One of the Disney films released during the Disney Renaissance. Clip briefly shown.
Film is talked about, clips shown.
Clip played during the conclusion.
Screenplay cliché: Is this some kind of joke?
Clip briefly shown during introduction.
The Nostalgia Chick criticizes Disney films
recalls the villain unintentionally hanging himself
Tarzan is a runner-up
clip shown when the Critic corrects his mistake about calling a leopard a cheetah.
points out Turquina's effeminate qualities
Arnold Schwarzenegger records dialogue for a then fictional sequel to this movie.
At the end of the movie, when George Tree-surfs, he does it almost like Disney's Tarzan.
A classic retelling of Tarzan's first meeting with Boobs