At the end of the movie, Broderick asks, "Sam, can you play it again?"
Steven's brother and father re-enact scenes from the show in a "Bonanza" stage show.
Poster on Steven's wall
Marshal Paris comes out of the Amtrak train on his horse almost exactly like the lawmen come out of the boxcar in butch cassidy
Steven makes the metaphor "Papillon has jumped from the cliff and he's swimming to the shore."
Devine says his late wife was the hairstylist on the film
Fanny Nash says she used to date one of the black guys on the show.
Poster on Steven's wall.
Movie poster on the wall
Steven says he wants Randy Newman to score his film, and refers to this film.
Poster on wall.
Title seen on theater marquee during the opening credits.
Title is afeatured on a marquee during the opening credits.
Troy Haines explains that the Woonasquatucket River was seen over the credits for the TV-series.
DVD cover shown.
FBI agents watching a scene from the film in their surveillance van.
Being shown in a movie theater while a character gets his finger cut off.
The show features a Bonanza reenactment team of lookalikes performing for tourists.
Broderick's "agent" is named Lonnie Bosco, a reference to Johnny Depp's mob-infiltrating FBI agent character in the movie of the same name.