Mentioned by name in connection with Mystery Guest Brandon De Wilde.
Marge and Jeff discuss this film
Mentioned as George Stevens' film when he is introduced.
narrator mentions this film
Title reference and famous last line: 'Come back Shame' Also, one of Producer Howie Horwitz's first jobs was working as an assistant to George Stevens, the movie's director.
Andy once again shouts 'Come back, Shame, come back!'
Timmy McBain's 'hunting' early in the film mimics that of Joey Starrett.
The wine splashing
Jack Palance talks about his earlier movie
still photo from Shane is included in Parallax montage; 4th still in first "Father" section
Jainchill's "gun is a tool" speech is taken from Shane
Sam Beecher, who has a thing for the old west, has a cat named 'Shane'.
Title mentioned by Billie while walking on an old western set
Mentioned by Fonzie
Mentioned by the director.
Follows a similar story of a Loner who passes through town and ends up helping the local sheriff deal with the villain. In addition to using "Shane" Gooseman, the sheriff called Bob Ladd, Alan Ladd played Shane in the movie.
Stephenson says, "A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do." Theroux correctly identifies it as a line from Shane (1953).
Theroux says, "A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do." Box correctly identifies it as a line from Shane (1953).
Al reminds Peggy that last year, when her family visited them, he missed the airing of "Shane" because her uncle Irwin stuck his head threw the tv.
Servo: "Come back, Shane!"
Al quotes the movie.
Crow: "Come back, Shane!"
Servo: Shane! Come back, Shane!
Tom: "What about that hired gun named Shane?"
Joel: "Come back, Shane!"
Mentioned in dialogue
Shane was a major influence for this Star Trek adventure. A moment is referenced specifically when Alexander looks out the bottom of the saloon doors.
One scene in the game parodies the movie's ending.
Edy says "Shane come back!" when the gang runs off and gets into a gun fight.
Kaydee teaches Anthony how to shoot a gun just like Shane teaches Joey how to shoot
Tom: "Shane! Come back, Shane!"
During the opening song, Dot says, "Come back, Shaney!"
In the opening song, Dot sings, "Come back, Shane-y!"
Movie is mentioned.
In the opening theme, Dot sings, "Come back Shane-y!"
During the opening song, Dot sings, "Come back, Shane-y!"
The "pick up the gun" line
Poster on wall in Stevens Jr's office
Just before the final slide, Quinn tells Jamie to avoid a life of violence. The episode ends with Jamie shouting "Quinn! Come back Quinn!"
Crow: "Go away, Shane! Go away!"
Sabien debates with Roman stating that Shane died because he was slump, with Roman responding that "Slump don't mean dead."
Mo believes Van Heflin is the character Peter Cushing played in the vampire movies. Charlie says, "It was Van Helsing. Van Heflin was in Shane."
Rory refers to the movie after Jess tells her that his girlfriend's name is Shane.
Hicks tells a joke about it
Alan Ladd and Shane are discussed
Talking about Shane and Alan Ladd and Shane's drink of choice
The episode 'The Lost Warrior' is compared to Shane
Mentioned by Chris Carter.
This title is referenced.
Famous last line of the movie "Shane" is used by Lulu when speaking to VIn Deisel's character, Shane Wolf
Video case is shown.
Referenced by name
As Gary attempts to leave the strip club, Paul says, "Come back, Shane!"
Quoted as such by Dolph Lundgren.
Josh Ross says: "Warners is making a sequel to Shane"
Referenced by name
"I like Shane, despite his stupid cowboy name."
Jack says Shane is his favorite movie
Emmett, comparing the situation to a Western, says, "It was a lawless town: Shane, Marshal Dillon, Clint Eastwood."
A line from the film is included in a $16,000 question
Bill compares arming and subsequently disarming countries with Jack Palance's character in Shane
"As they sneak up on... the farmhouse from Shane?"
Mindelo's flyer shown by the film exibitor, half a century later.
mentioned in dialogue
Photos from Jack Palance's signature role in this film seen.
Wolverine splits a tree trunk with his great strength like Shane does.
Oliver can't work someone named Shane because at some point she'll walk away from him and he'll have to say "Come back, Shane!"
As Pegeen leaves Simon on his opening night in "King Lear," he yells, "Come back, Shane!"
Staircase gunfight referenced in final shoot-out.
Beau Bennett recites the "Shane! Shane! Come back, Shane." line to his sick calf. Then Maggie enters the barn and they quickly discuss the film and how they watched on their honeymoon. Three times...
The child-mentor relationship.
correct response in "Western Movies" category
One of the main influences on this movie.
"Why couldn't he be dreaming about Shane coming back?"
Characters from the film appear as imaginary characters
Watched at the movie theater.
The movie is seen on the movie theater screen that Eugene and Bonnie are watching.
This film is #69 on the list.
Nog watches it on TV
The film Marian and Albert watch in a theater (heard, but not seen).
Shane is #16 on the "Heroes" list.
The quote "Shane. Shane. Come back!" is #47 on the list.
a clip is shown
This film is #53 on the list.
Clip from trailer used
This film is #45 on the list.
Clips are shown
This film is #3 on the "Western" list.
Clips from this film are shown in These Amazing Shadows.
Alan Ladd still from that movie can be seen.
Shane come back!
clip shown as Billy Crystal reminisces about seeing the film as a child accompanied by Billie Holiday
clips shown - section: "Archivos Secretos"
Charles and Laura watch the film on TV in a hotel room, and it is later quoted.
Ben Shapiro shows a scene.
Peter Graves' dialogue with Joey matches cadences of Alan Ladd's dialogue with Joey
As Kubiac walks away, a kid comes out of the crowd and says, "Come back, Kube! Come back!"
Mimicing Brandon De Wilde's famous line from the film, Paco exclaims, "Come back, Shane, come back!"
While a gangster is chasing a sheriff, he yells "Shane! Come back, Shane!"
The episode's plot is a spoof of Shane.