Starsky & Hutch (2004)
TV drama to comedy movie.
At Big Earl's bar, Hutch says, "I'm Kansas, and this is my little man, Toto."
There's a poster of the older film on the wall in Starsky's apartment..
"sit on it!" phrase used repeatedly
knife throwing kid is wearing rainbow colored suspenders a la mork
When Starsky & Hutch's car is about to fly off the jetty, the dialogue they use is the same as when Thelma & Louise go over the cliff at the end
Ben Stiller's character, while undercover, uses the voice and catchphrase ("do it do it") of a reoccuring character from this show.
When hutch asks why starsky is doing his voice he says hes trying to sound like the lighting fixter king a character who stiller played in heavyweights
effort to land car on yacht recalls it
Ben Stiller appears in costume and is ridiculed by Owen Wilson
Vincent de Klerk is talking about the film.
features clippings & references costumes
features clippings & references this film.
Oliver asks Anika if she wants to "play Starsky and Hutch" by going for a drive.
Ben Stiller asks Andy "Do you know who I am?", Andy replies "Starsky or Hutch, I can't remember"
Mentioned by name in interview by Bateman.
named by Jimmie Johnson in a list of Will Ferrell movies
Owen Wilson mentions that he won an award for "Best Kiss" for the film
Honorable mention for the top movies based on TV shows
Gran calls James "Starsky"
Owen Wilson mentions the film at the start of an anecdote, but corrects himself to refer to "Zoolander" instead
Mentioned by Jordan.
title mentioned by Cris Carter
Chau is watching it on his TV set when Starsky & Hutch arrive.
Huggy Bear reads to Willis in the hospital
The older show is seen on television in the room, when Starsky, Hutch and Huggy Bear visit the boy in the hospital.
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Clips of mistakes shown
A bluebird lands on Hutch's shoulder as he is singing.
Before visiting a biker bar, Starsky and Hutch disguise themselves as Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper in "Easy Rider."
Huggy Bear's office resembles Don Corleone's, and the East Indian man petitions him for help in a way reminiscent of the opening scene of The Godfather.
The disco club scene and dance announcer.
Russian Roulette scene
Le blonde & Le touffe, the stoneage cops
Spoofed as "Chutes & Ladders"