Dorian Gray uses a golden pistol to kill the skipper.
The scene where Skinner's burned arm reaches for Tom Sawyer mimics a similar scene for Mad Max.
using an icicle as a weapon
A motorcycle drives on its rear wheel and slams the front airborne wheel onto the back of the car driven by Quatermain, played by Sean Connery. The same thing happens to Connery in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989).
When Moriarty glides out of the factory it looks similar to Batman gliding threw Gotham city
Andrew is waiting for this graphic novel to come in. The film adaption would be released in theaters five months later.
The movie 'League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The (2003)' gets mentioned in this documentary.
The title is a reference to the title of that movie
"The League of Extra-Horny Gentlemen" gay bar
Before Cole steals the pink motor scooter, you can see the movie poster of "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen".
Pauline's line, when the writers appear in Royston Vasey: 'The League of Gentlemen... extraordinary!'
correct response in "Take This Category Last!!" category
Mentioned as answer in the semi-final round -- movies of Sean Connery from 1990 to present.
DVD is shown.
The Critic gets a note to remind him that Sean Connery was in this movie.
Film Brain mentions that The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen was a similar movie that had the classic movie characters that underperform at the box office. Also mentions that Richard Roxburgh was also the main villain of the film.
ride based on this movie
mention the bad films that Richard Roxburgh star in
Erod counts down the Top 10 dumb moments from this film
Jason Flemyng's character guesses Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde as a charades response. Jason Flemyng played Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Talked about by Mike.
reviewed + footage used
Clips of this film are shown during the interview with Gregg Goldstein about the film career of Sean Connery.
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his portrait of Alan Moore + clip shown
movie is reviewed
Clip of Mr. Hyde used to depict Roger Clemens in report on Baseball Hall of Fame election
Col. Gentleman, the inept leader of the previous Team Venture, is a spoof of Sean Connery's performance as Quatermain. Gentleman's voice is an imitation of Connery's and he is first seen in North Africa, smoking opium, like Quartermain in the film.
There's a nightclub called "The League of Extra-Horny Gentlemen".
Laughing at both a customer dressed in the style of the 1890s and at the flop the movie was, Max calls it "The League of Extraordinarily Pretentious Gentlemen."