The Red Balloon (1956)
Scope is a remake of this film.
Maggie holding the red balloon at the end of the episode is a quick homage to the 1956 French film.
The red bag / balloon floating over Paris
The theme of balloons and someone being transported by a mass of balloons is inspired by The Red Balloon.
Poster seen at video rental store
The Critic calls it a stalker film
Yabba's relationship to her red balhoon
The red balloon comes from this film.
At the end of the film, a little boy can be seen at the end of the alley walking with a balloon.
"It's like the worst remake of 'The Red Balloon' ever."
Isabelle says the last movies she saw were a double feature of "Unmarried Woman" and "The Red Balloon".
inanimate object with a life of it's own, plus a boy holding a balloon is seen on the train
Red and blue inanimate objects with minds of their own.
Video case is shown ("The Red Balloon").
In Simeon's flashback of his daughter's tragic accident, a single red balloon references the innocence of the popular 1956 film.
Pinkie Pie chases a red balloon.
The main character (Pete) awakens in hospital to the gift of a red balloon. The end of the film also contains an allusion to the end of the Red Balloon.
In the final dream sequence, there is a statue of a small boy with a red balloon next to the river.
A red balloon is released in a the film as a reference to the film "The Red Balloon"
This documentary about Paris features a sequence of this film
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Clip is presented
Footage is shown during "Cause It's French."
last scene shown
Balloon is replaced by an inflatable sex doll
"Complementary color" movie-title (red vs. green balloon).
Jay, Marty, and Carmen watch the sequel "Revenge of the Balloon"
Dewey chases a red balloon
The Chuckle Brothers chase a red balloon with a mind of it's own.
The boy with the Red Balloon runs into the "Up" house.