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Follows 

Futurama (1999) (TV Series)

Followed by 

Futurama: Bender's Game (2008) (Video)
Futurama: Rebirth (2010) (TV Episode)

Edited into 

Futurama: Game of Drones (2016) (Video Game)
Some of Calculon's lines are lifted from this movie.

References 

King Kong (1933)
old King Kong seen
Meet the People (1944)
"Heavens to meteoroid!" said (instead of "Heavens to Murgatroyd!" which was first said in this movie)
The Yogi Bear Show (1961) (TV Series)
When Calculon asks Bender if he is worthy enough to join the League of Robots, Bender replies that he is "Worthier than the average robot!"
Mothra (1961)
Mothra mentioned
Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) (TV Series)
"Scooby Doo-esque"
All My Children (1970) (TV Series)
Soap watched on TV "All My Circuits" is named in reference to this show.
Pong (1972) (Video Game)
Leela plays Pong on her wrist thingy.
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
The police use light-batons, a concept derived from light-sabres.
Space Invaders (1978) (Video Game)
The computer screen showing the progression of the ships in space uses Space Invaders sound effects.
Manhattan (1979)
The bridge shot of Fry and Zoidberg mimics the scene of Isaac and Mary sat near the 59th street bridge.
Galaxian (1979) (Video Game)
arcade game called 'Exlaxian'
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
SPOILER: For the Kroker/Wong marriage ceremony. The wedding singer plays the Klingon battle theme, to mark the start of nuptials.
Pac-Man (1980) (Video Game)
Hermes and Proffesor play checkers using game pieces that resemble pacman and the dots and it makes the pacman eating sound when it makes a jump.
Donkey Kong (1981) (Video Game)
Donkey Kong appears.
Marble Madness (1984) (Video Game)
arcade game called 'Ms. Marple Madness'
Predator (1987)
The Predator's signature laser (3 dots in a triangle) appears on Fry's forehead when Leela aims her guns at him.
'Goodbye, Galaxy!' Episode IV: Secret of the Oracle (1991) (Video Game)
Leela's wristcomputer features a Pong-game, just like Commander Keen's
Mortal Kombat (1992) (Video Game)
Fry plays a video game called "Normal Kombat"
The Puppet Masters (1994)
Aliens attempt to take over the world by attaching themselves to people's spinal cords.
Futurama: Space Pilot 3000 (1999) (TV Episode)
Bender visits a suicide booth again and even does the coin-on-a-string trick again.
Futurama: The Series Has Landed (1999) (TV Episode)
The Hydroponic Farmer appears in the opening cartoon.
Futurama: Love's Labours Lost in Space (1999) (TV Episode)
Bolt Rollands is now one of Colleen's boyfriends. M5438 makes a cameo appearance.
Futurama: My Three Suns (1999) (TV Episode)
The planet of Trisol is briefly revisited.
Futurama: Hell Is Other Robots (1999) (TV Episode)
The Robot Devil returns.
Futurama: Raging Bender (2000) (TV Episode)
Billionairebot and Destructor are members of the League of Robots.
Futurama: How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back (2000) (TV Episode)
Morgan Procter makes a cameo appearance.
Futurama: A Clone of My Own (2000) (TV Episode)
The inhabitants of the Near Death Star are seen ascending into Yivo's universe.
Futurama: War Is the H-Word (2000) (TV Episode)
Bender returns from the hospital on wheels similar to his return from the hospital in this episode. Additionally, he repeats the phrase, "Hot diggity daffodil!"
Futurama: Amazon Women in the Mood (2001) (TV Episode)
The planet Amazonia is briefly revisited and also Thog gives Zapp "snu-snu".
Futurama: That's Lobstertainment! (2001) (TV Episode)
Harold Zoid makes a cameo appearance.
Futurama: Time Keeps on Slipping (2001) (TV Episode)
The inhabitants of the Harlem Globetrotter planet are seen ascending into Yivo's universe.
Futurama: Teenage Mutant Leela's Hurdles (2003) (TV Episode)
Pazuzu returns to grant the professor another of his 3 wishes.
Futurama: Obsoletely Fabulous (2003) (TV Episode)
Robot 1-X is a member of the League of Robots.
Futurama: Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV (2003) (TV Episode)
Hermes refers to the time that Bender once co-starred on "All My Circuits".
The Forgotten (2004)
Fry is sucked out of the room with a mighty blow and shattered glass.
War of the Worlds (2005)
the scenes with New New York covered in Yivo's tentacles are very similar to scenes in "War of the Worlds" where everything is covered in the martians' red weeds.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)
Bender's confrontation with Yivo directly mimics Jack Sparrow's confrontation with the Kraken.
Futurama: Bender's Big Score (2007) (Video)
The Nude Beach Planet is revisited and Dr. Cahill is briefly seen going to heaven.

Referenced in 

A Brief History of Deathball (2008) (Video)
Peter Avanzino talks about his work on the film
Futurama: The Late Philip J. Fry (2010) (TV Episode)
When coming back through time in the third universe, a quick glimpse of the events of this movie can be seen through the time-machine.
Futurama: Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences (2010) (TV Episode)
Someone is dressed as Yivo at the costume contest.
Futurama: Reincarnation (2011) (TV Episode)
A lot of the Fleischer designs are lifted from this movie.
Futurama: Decision 3012 (2012) (TV Episode)
Cowardman makes an appearance.
Futurama: The Butterjunk Effect (2012) (TV Episode)
Mr. and Mrs. Kroker make a reappearance.
On Cinema Film Guide (2013) (Video Game)
Movie is reviewed
Futurama: Game of Drones (2016) (Video Game)
"The Proud Result of Prison Labor" caption is lifted.

Featured in 

David Cross Featurette (2008) (Video)
David Cross talks about his work on the film and clips are shown
Troldspejlet: Episode #40.2 (2008) (TV Episode)
DVD release reviewed + footage used
'Futurama': The Making of It (2009) (Video)
Clips are shown

Spoofs 

Steamboat Willie (1928) (Short)
The opening cartoon.
Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Zoidberg's date with Yivo spoofs the spaghetti scene.
Batman (1966) (TV Series)
The League of Robots logo parodies the spinning Batman logo stint.
Bicentennial Man (1999)
When Bender smashes a human eye of another robot, he says, that it was a human part in a robot body, so that this robot is partial human. In Bicentennial Man there is Robin Williams who talks about robot parts in human bodies, so that human are partial robots.

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