Munich (2005) Poster



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Version of 

21 Hours at Munich (1976) (TV Movie)
Sword of Gideon (1986) (TV Movie)


Jules and Jim (1962)
The character Yvonne who smokes the cigarette backwards is a reference to the Francois Truffaut film.
The Valachi Papers (1972)
Poster in street scene, Paris
Docteur Popaul (1972)
Eric Bana walks past the poster of this film in Paris
Les caïds (1972)
Poster in street scene, Paris
The Tall Blond Man with One Black Shoe (1972)
Poster in street scene, Paris
Moi y'en a vouloir des sous (1973)
Poster in street scene, Paris
American Graffiti (1973)
Eric Bana walks past the poster of this film in London
The Man from Acapulco (1973)
When Avner goes to the bank 25 minutes in: you can see the reflection of a movie poster for "Le Magnifique", starring Jean-Paul Belmondo. It's quick, on the right, reflected in the bank's ensign. Note that the movie came out in '73, suggesting some time has passed since the Munich games by the time this scene takes place.
The Sting (1973)
Eric Bana walks past the poster of this film in London
The Down-in-the-Hole Gang (1974)
Poster in street scene, Paris
The Conversation (1974)
When Avner is checking his room for devices, it's a reference to Gene Hackman doing the same in The Conversation. Very similar in time and beat.

Referenced in 

Becoming Bond (2006) (TV Movie)
Mentioned as part of Daniel Craig's resume
Outlaw (2007)
Poster for DVD version of Munich can be seen at one point of the movie.
Knocked Up (2007)
Mentioned as being a "fucking awesome movie". Also it flips everything by finally having the "Jews get to kick some ass". One character says, "if any of us get laid tonight, it will be because of 'Munich.'"
Nip/Tuck: August Walden (2008) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
In the Loop (2009)
Mentioned in film
Covert Affairs: No Quarter (2010) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue when two operatives from different countries end up sharing a safe house, similar to a scene in the movie.
The Journey to Lincoln (2013) (Video)
Mentioned by Tony Kushner.
BoJack Horseman: Live Fast, Diane Nguyen (2014) (TV Episode)
Bojack says that Steven Spielberg invented closure and that the Munich Olympics didn't exist in the real world.
Film '72: Episode #44.10 (2015) (TV Episode)
Steven Spielberg says this movie is one of the most underrated movies of his career


The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
The scene when Wael Zwaiter ( first victim of the commando ) buys meat and wine in the grocery ; the television features a scene of the movie

Featured in 

The 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards (2006) (TV Movie)
The 78th Annual Academy Awards (2006) (TV Special)
Munich: Editing, Sound and Music (2006) (Video)
clips shown
Munich: Memories of the Event (2006) (Video)
clips shown
Munich: Portrait of an Era (2006) (Video)
clips shown
Munich: The International Cast (2006) (Video)
clips shown
Munich: The Mission - The Team (2006) (Video)
clips shown
Munich: The On-Set Experience (2006) (Video)
clips shown
Munich: The Experience (2006) (Video)
clips shown
Spielberg on Spielberg (2007) (TV Movie)
clips shown
The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2009) (TV Special)
Clips shown during Steven Spielberg tribute.
Great Movie Mistakes (2010) (TV Movie)
Clips of mistakes shown

Spoofed in 

Robot Chicken: Ban on the Fun (2007) (TV Episode)
The "Laff-a-Lympics" characters get killed in Munich

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