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"The Simpsons" Itchy & Scratchy Land (TV Episode 1994) Poster

(TV Series)

(1994)

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References 

The Birds (1963)
sanctuary shot, complete with phone booth camera angle
Star Trek (1966) (TV Series)
Beaming sound when the Simpsons shows up at the opening couh gag.
Star Trek: I, Mudd (1967) (TV Episode)
in a deleted scene shown on the Simpsons 6th season dvd, Lisa recites Kirk & Mudd's "I am lying" speech
Jaws (1975)
Homer, with a cardboard shark fin strapped to his back, scares away swimmers as a "Jaws"-like theme plays.
Saturday Night Fever (1977)
John Travolta behind bar, dressed the same
The Terminator (1984)
The Itchy and Scratchy robots' point-of-view is the same as the Terminator's.
Witness (1985)
Homer putting ice creams on Amish people just like what happened to Alex Godunov in the movie
Last Action Hero (1993)
I&S cartoon title

Referenced in 

The Simpsons: Virtual Springfield (1997) (Video Game)
"Mr. Wimbley, it happened again"
The Simpsons: Wrestling (2001) (Video Game)
Ku Klux Clam and Uncle Ant appear in Itchy & Scratchy's stage.

Spoofs 

Pinocchio (1940)
Pinitchio
Fantasia (1940)
Scratchtasia
The Walt Disney Story (1973) (Short)
The theme park film is a parody of this film that is shown at Disneyland.
Westworld (1973)
Like Westworld, this episode is about malfunctioning theme park populated by robotic characters who run amok. The robots themselves, and the maintenence rooms, also resemble those in Westworld
Pink Floyd: The Wall (1982)
marching axes very similar to marching hammers
Jurassic Park (1993)
Like Jurassic Park, Itchy & scratchy land is located ona remote island, reached by helicopter. The corporate logo is a red circle with the silhouette of a cat skeleton. Jurassic Park's logo is a silhouette of a dinosaur skeleton on a red background. Professor Frink predicts disaster, citing chaos theory, just like Ian Malcolm.

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