A man dressed like an "old-timey prospector" gets up and dances, yelling "Gold!" like Walter Huston does in this film.
A poster of "Six Brides for Seven Brothers" in Buck McCoy's house.
Uses the theme music.
Uses the Morricone's theme music from "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly."
Mentioned by name
The "William Tell Overture" plays as Buck mounts his horse and rides over to the laundry room.
Buck says he learned a lasso trick in "The Wild Lunch"
"McTrigger" is a spoof of this series.