The Iron Giant (1999)
The specific music is played when the character is mentioned
Newspaper headline verbatim
In the big battle scene, there is a moment when the Iron Giant fires at a tank, and before the energy ball hits, that two tank crewmen jump out before the tank disappears. This harkens back to the famous scene in The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) when Gort fires at a tank on the Washington Mall and the two crew jump out before Gort's weapon dissolves it
The three tendrils emanating from the Iron Giant in battle form are inspired by The War of the Worlds (1953).
The tagline is "It came from outer space!"
Dean refers to espresso as "coffe-zilla"
Poster on the wall in Hogarth's bedroom
The name "Floyd Turbeaux" is a play on "Floyd R. Turbo," a right-wing rube character Johnny Carson played on the show starting in 1977.
In both movies the supposed villain is revealed to the whole town as actually being a kind-hearted good guy, by saving kids who are hanging from a balcony after losing their footing and nearly falling to their deaths.
Both Giant Robo and the Iron Giant are thinking robots who befriend little boys who command them (Daisaku Kusama/Johnny Sokko and Hogarth Hughes, respectively), both were originally created as weapons of destruction, and both sacrifice themselves to save Earth in similar manners (both fly out into space and hurtle into a meteor and nuclear missile, respectively) in the respective finales.
When Kent Mansley calls General Rogard from the Hughes residence, the shot in which Rogard picks up the phone is an almost identical recreation of a scene from 1977's MacArthur, in which General MacArthur picks up a phone while watching a black-and-white western film.
One kid insults Hogarth, "Poindexter."
When Hogarth tapes the flashlight to the gun before going after the giant, it's a reference to the scene in Aliens where Ripley tapes together the gun and some other things before going after Newt in the queen alien's lair.
A humorous oven mitt on the wall seems to be a model of the Family Dog.
A poster for the film is seen at the animation convention.
"Watch out for Iron Giant!"
DVD is on shelf at the pawn shop.
The defeated "Iron Giant" from the beginning of this episode bears a strong resemblance to the WB's Iron Giant movie.
In Sky Captain's hanger, Iron Giant is one of the discarded robots
When borrowing a plane, Helen's pilot call sign is "India Golf Niner-Niner", which translates to IG99, a reference to the 1999 film The Iron Giant.
Video case is shown in Scotty's apartment.
Movie makes the countdown, is talked about.
The robot that initially attacks Luthor, Polaris and The Key is virtually identical in silhouette (if not full appearance) to the The Iron Giant
referenced by Mark Andrew
A poster of the film can be seen in a wall
Yugi tells the Dark Magician he is not a gun
a still from "The Iron Giant" is shown
An action figure of The Iron Giant and a doll used in court cases involving child molestation are on the top of Meg's wedding cake.
Shawn calls Mark (Jack's old partner) the "Iron Giant" guy.
Mary paraphrases Hogarth's line by saying "I don't think I'm smarter than they are. I just did the homework. If they did they homework they could answer the questions and I could have had a break"
Odin's of Shelbyville features an "Iron Giant" display.
"Should have rented Iron Giant"
Megatron thank Optimus for letting him borrow the DVD of this movie.
The scene were the car with the kids in pass the army cars is in reference to a scene in The Iron Giant were the same thing happens. Also, the block shapes that form the aliens ship are very similar to the parts of the giant in the terms of their 'remote control properties'.
Bender's parts crawl and roll back together in the same manner.
mentioned among kids' movies that are done right
mentioned by Dean
mentioned by Charlie
some of Norm's weaponry, particularly the cobra-like back extensions and the use of an energy ball, resembles the Iron Giant
Mentioned by Mike.
AniMat says the plot of the remake is a lazier retelling of this film.
The Iron Giant appears in the LinKONG skit dressed up as Thatcher.
movie is reviewed
The Iron Giant's head can be seen in a robot chop shop.
The two VHS tapes have the names Cats Don't Dance and The Iron Giant when Cyborg was talking about how the VHS could record TV shows
"An animated Warner Bros movie that isn't Iron Giant? Sold."
"...that made Cars look like The Iron Giant."
"Or is it the Iron Giant's ball sac?"
The producer of this movie directed Rocky and Bullwinkle
"You think he likes The Iron Giant?"
Title is mentioned
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Big Hero 6 (2014)
Several items from this film are seen in the memorabilia shop, an inside joke to director Brad Bird's previous film.
Mentioned by George Clooney when he talks about Brad Bird, the director of his new movie Tomorrowland (2015)
Mentioned as one of Brad Bird's previous directing works.
Mentioned by narrator
movie is reviewed
Vin Diesel mentions his early animated movie
A golden droid figure is compared to Iron Giant that "lost a lot of weight".
The iron giant is shown in the episode
Poster is shown behind Lindsay.
"A Hogarth Joel Osment if you will."
Poster is shown.
Mentioned by narrator
Cisco refers to the film.
The Iron Giant is seen in the Oasis.
A clip is shown.
reviewed + footage used
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Clips are shown
Jakob Stegelmann talks about robots featured in films, and mentions the film + footage used
Featured as the Number 6 spot
The Rotten Tomatoes ' Employee Pick
"...and got buried by The Iron Giant."
Dean McCoppin is a runner-up
watched on TV
Lindsay's #5 favorite
Brad Bird made this animated film prior to joining Pixar. Clip shown.
referencing better movies that have a human/alien relationship
The Iron Giant takes #11
Critic gives Hogarth a more mature voice
this movie is the subject of discussion
Clip is shown
Reviewed, clips shown.
Poster and footage of this movie are shown.
The footage of this "educational" film shown to Hogarth and his classmates is an outrageous mockery of the original version
When Agent Roboto sacrifices himself by flying into the asteroid, the scene plays out like the ending of this film right down to the dialogue.
When Roboto reveals how Duck Dodgers has wronged him in the past, it features an exchange between them that spoofs the one between The Iron Giant and Hogarth towards the end of the film.
The Iron Giant Lady skit is a spoof of this movie.
The ending is a parody of the climax of The Iron Giant.