Howl's Moving Castle (2004)
The scarecrow, the Witch of the Waste.
When Howl's arm changes to feathers, it refers to Ashitaka's curse on his arm.
The special door used in Howl's Moving Castle to teleport to other places features a multi-colored wheel, featuring the same multi-colored configuration as the stained-glass windows in the abandoned train station at the beginning of Spirited Away.
Title displayed on cinema marquee.
Mentioned in dialogue by employee.
Images and clips shown during the Hayao Miyazaki segment
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in his review of Kurenai no buta (1992)/Porco Rosso
Listed as a movie directed by Hayao Miyazaki
When Otonashi trying to imagine what Angel's base looks like by showing a mosaic-censored image of the castle
Cited by Gore Verbinski as an influence
the kids watch a film called "Bowel's Moving Castle"
Critic let's it slip that he doesn't like this movie.
The Danish DVD-edition is seen when Miyazaki is discussed
During the Miyazaki scene, the Kwik E Mart grows legs and Moe is the Scarecrow
Mentioned as one of Hayao Miyazaki's films, and one of the mystical fantasy Studio Ghibli films.
There is a business named Howl's Castle Moving in this episode.
The spell used to send Mary Sibley into John Alden's Dream is a reference to the John Donne poem "Song: Go and catch a falling star". The same poem was also used as a spell in the book (and movie adaptation) Howl's Moving Castle(2004).
the Critic points out that the redubbed version replaced the original Japanese actors with white Americans
reviewed + footage used
movie is reviewed
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Multiple clips shown.
Movie cover seen for a movie called Howell's Wandering Bladder.