Wag the Dog (1997)
Dustin Hoffman referes to the Craig Nelson character by referring to Kong.
Craig Nelson is compared to Howdy Doody.
Dustin Hoffman begins to tell an anecdote about DeMille and an elephant but doesn't finish his thought.
Hoffman anecdotedly referes to an incomplete story about the Horsemen.
A parody of the Barry Sandler ballad is used by Hoffmann in his propoganda campaign
Stanley compares fictional film they're making with the delayed appearance of the shark in "Jaws."
Dennis Leary recites the title when asked if he can speak Latin.
Short dvd extra relating to this film and included on the DVD
Short dvd extra relating to this film and included on the DVD for it.
B-roll behind-the-scenes film footage of the filming of this motion picture.
Signage visible in video store window
Title listed on Anne Heche's resume during Celebrity Jeopardy!
Mentioned by Kevin Pollak.
music reference "we guard the american border..."
The Jeopardy "answer" on the tv screen mentions a 1997 film starring Robert DeNiro and Dustin Hoffman; clearly the question would be "What is Wag the Dog?"
"303rd Logistical Studies Unit"
Included in a $4,000 question
Included in a $2,000 question
Phil Prince calls "State of Play" this movie for the YouTube generation
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "American Dramatists"
Mulder refers to this film.
Poster is shown in Matt's room.
Title mentioned by Tim Sullivan
Mentioned by Seth as he introduces Anne Heche
Fake adult title mentioned during Ex-Porn Stars sketch: "Wag the Dong"
Mentioned by Ondrej Ruml.
Referenced by Zuzana Majerová Zahradníková.
Director Barry Levinson mentions how he has worked with actor Robert de Niro three or four times.
"Thank Heaven for Little Girls" sung by Chevalier heard in satirical promo suggesting a sexual innuendo on the President
Siskel's #3 pick; Ebert's #10 pick.
Features clips from this film.
Shows movie clips from.
Clips are shown for all the major Oscar nominees.