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Jules and Jim (1962) Poster

(1962)

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Version of 

Remade as 

Willie & Phil (1980)

References 

Un Chien Andalou (1929) (Short)
When they leave the cinema towards the end of the film there is a poster advertising Un Chien Andalou in the background.
The Naked Dawn (1955)
Inspiration for the characters in the film
Vertigo (1958)

Referenced in 

A Woman Is a Woman (1961)
Belmondo asks a woman in bar (Jeanne Moreau, the female lead of the movie) "How's "Jules and Jim" progressing?"
Les échos du cinéma: Episode #1.4 (1961) (TV Episode)
François Truffaut evokes his film
Vivre Sa Vie (1962)
Nana stands outside a cinema with a large poster for this film.
Une Femme Mariée (1964)
The title of the film by François Truffaut is written on the page of a magazine that Charlotte is leafing through in the room next to Robert.
Las dos Elenas (1965) (Short)
They attend a screening of the film and the theme song is used in this film
The Young Girls of Rochefort (1967)
When the boys arrive at the girls' apartment, Solange says that 'Jules and Jim' have come.
Weekend (1967)
Each Time That... (1968)
The film is mentioned in a conversation
Sexperiencias (1968)
Mentioned by protagonist.
Husbands (1970)
direct visual reference: the three protagonists running on a "bridge"
Alex in Wonderland (1970)
Alex mentions the movie when he meets Jeanne Moreau.
Duck, You Sucker (1971)
The 'love triangle' between John, Nolan and their mutual girlfriend is inspired by this film.
Two English Girls (1971)
Visual quote (the cafe is the same) and one of the characters writes a book entitled Jerome et Jules.
Day for Night (1973)
Line: "I've been with many men, he's been with few women."
Sneak Previews: Taxi Driver, The Man Who Would Be King, Hester Street, Manson, The Story of Adele H. (1976) (TV Episode)
Roger Ebert compares "The Story of Adele H." (1975) with this movie.
1900 (1976)
Ada drives her car into the sea, like Jeanne Moreu in Truffaut's movie.
The Green Room (1978)
There is a picture of Oskar Werner as Jules in the scene in the chapel.
Lou Grant: Singles (1978) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned by Philip.
The Beiderbecke Affair (1985) (TV Mini-Series)
The Cronos Children (1985)
Aris makes a reference about this movie.
9½ Weeks (1986)
Goodfellas (1990)
Once a Thief (1991)
Northern Exposure: Jules et Joel (1991) (TV Episode)
title reference
Heimat 2: Chronicle of a Generation: Kennedys Kinder (1992) (TV Episode)
movie poster inside the mansion
Heimat 2: Chronicle of a Generation: Weihnachtswölfe (1992) (TV Episode)
movie poster inside the mansion
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Monster A-Go Go (1993) (TV Episode)
It's Jules and Jim on ice!
The Nostradamus Kid (1993)
A poster is seen on a wall,
Mystery Science Theater 3000: I Accuse My Parents (1993) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Tom
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Teen-Age Strangler (1993) (TV Episode)
Tom: "Jules and Jim"
Threesome (1994)
Pulp Fiction (1994)
Is covertly referenced in Jimmie's "Don't fucking Jimmie me, Jules!" rant.
Der Diplomat (1994)
Electric Blanket (1994)
Mentioned by a character
Beverly Hills, 90210: Girls on the Side (1995) (TV Episode)
Valerie, Dylan and Charlie are discussing the movie.
A Husband, a Wife and a Lover (1996) (TV Movie)
Jude (1996)
The Report (1996) (Short)
Movie poster in Luisa's room
Two Girls and a Guy (1997)
movie poster in the appartment
Mr. Jealousy (1997)
New Wave (1997) (Short)
Sixpence None the Richer: Kiss Me (B&W Version) (1998) (Video)
Pays tribute to Truffauts film Jules et Jim recreating many of the classic scenes from the film.
Hilary and Jackie (1998)
Kiffer takes Hilary to see this.
Law & Order: Sideshow (1999) (TV Episode)
Brett Nelson claimed to have rented the film.
The Bridge (1999)
La bûche (1999)
Advice from a Caterpillar (1999)
Poster on Brat's bedroom wall
Cut (2000)
Referenced in dialogue
Center Stage (2000)
Vanilla Sky (2001)
poster on wall in Aames' apartment
Queer as Folk: Bowling for Equality (2002) (TV Episode)
Ethan asks Justin if he would like to go and see the film.
Cinemania (2002)
The Making of 'The Producers' (2002) (Video)
Title on screen during Paul Mazurky's story.
Kremlyovskiy koncert: Kin-Dza-Dza! (2003) (TV Episode)
displayed in the newspaper Putin is reading
The Best of Youth (2003)
Strong narrative and thematic connection (brothers who love the same woman on more than one occasion)/borrowed musical score throughout
The Tenth Muse (2003) (TV Movie)
Danish poster appears in Lars' room.
The Dreamers (2003)
Michael, Theo, and Isabelle running through the Louvre is reminiscent of Jules, Jim, and Catherine running on the bridge.
Roma (2004)
Poster on the wall of Roma's house.
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004)
When Zissou says to Klaus "Not this one, Klaus," just as Jules says "Not this one, Jim" in the same context.
Quo Vadis, Baby? (2005)
A poster of Truffaut's movie can be seen.
Munich (2005)
The character Yvonne who smokes the cigarette backwards is a reference to the Francois Truffaut film.
Paris, je t'aime (2006)
The tune that Mirandra Richardson hums in "Bastille" segment is "Le Tourbillon" from Jules et Jim.
The Bubble (2006)
Direct reference by a character
Monogamie für Anfänger (2008) (TV Movie)
Mentioned in dialogue between Felix and Fabi. Felix even summarizes the films plot for his girlfriend over drinks.
Blodigt jävla helvete (2008)
Postcard on the wall with picture from this film
Up in the Air (2009)
The wedding invitation to Ryan Bingham's sister's wedding reads "Jules and Jim" referencing Francoise Truffaut's French New Wave (Nouvelle Vague) classic.
Gossip Girl: Reversals of Fortune (2009) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Chuck
Variations on a High School Romance (2010)
The opening montage is directly inspired by "Jules and Jim"
El premio (2010) (Short)
Poster seen.
United States of Tara: Wheels (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Black Sheep (2011) (Short)
Anubhab watches on his PC
In the Shade of the Conformist (2011)
previous work of Georges Delerue
Edward Pressman on 'Badlands' (2012) (Short)
Mentioned.
Awkward.: Pick Me, Choose Me, Love Me (2012) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Esperando Godard (2012) (Short)
the title of this film is spoken by a character
The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema (2012) (Short)
A poster is shown.
Lac Mystère (2013)
Names of the dogs.
Life Itself (2014)
Mentioned in Ebert's review for Le Petit Soldat.
Tatort: Im Schmerz geboren (2014) (TV Episode)
Murot and Richard Harloff used to be best friends and had a manage à trois with a woman. Jules and Jim were their heroes and they compared themselves with them.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015)
You can see the poster of the film in the school film room.
De Avond van de Filmmuziek (2015) (TV Special)
Part of soundtrack played
Um Filme Francês (2015)
The "Dance Scene" is referenced
La La Land (2016)
For her audition, Mia tells a story of a woman with a carefree spirit who jumps into the Seine as Catherine does
Red Oaks: Paris (2016) (TV Episode)
David is asked if he likes this movie.
Final Portrait (2017)
James Lord says "C'est moi, Jim"
The Blacklist: The Capricorn Killer (No. 19) (2018) (TV Episode)
Red tells Garvey to go see a double feature including this movie
The Deuce: There's an Art to This (2018) (TV Episode)
Harvey has a poster of this movie on his office wall.
The Deuce: All You'll Be Eating Is Cannibals (2018) (TV Episode)
Poster in Harvey's office.
The Deuce: The Feminism Part (2018) (TV Episode)
Poster on Harvey's wall.
The Deuce: Inside the Pretend (2018) (TV Episode)
Poster on Harvey's wall.
State of the Union: Call the Midwife (2019) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Tom.

Features 

Paris mil neuf cent (1947)
Some of the scenes that appear to be stock footage from WW1 are actually scenes from a film called Paris 1900.

Featured in 

Las dos Elenas (1965) (Short)
A scene is featured
Willie & Phil (1980)
Pieces of Silver (1989) (Short)
clips shown
Visions of Light (1992)
Footage of this movie is shown.
Zomergasten: Episode #5.2 (1992) (TV Episode)
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Cinéma! Cinéma! The French New Wave (1992) (TV Movie)
a clip from this film is shown
The Nostradamus Kid (1993)
Ken goes to see this with Jenny.
Amélie (2001)
two scenes when Amélie watches faces behind her at a movie theatre
Vanilla Sky (2001)
American Dreams: Rescue Me (2003) (TV Episode)
Drew watches the film.
Two in the Wave (2010)
excerpt of
5 to 7 (2014)
Brian watch the movie twice in his appartement
Brows Held High: Beauty and the Beast: Part 2 (2014) (TV Episode)
Footage is shown during "Cause It's French."
Hitchcock/Truffaut (2015)
Clips shown; poster
The Oscars (2017) (TV Special)
seen during "Movies Around the World"
Ocean's Eight (2018)
a clip plays on a screen in a night club

Spoofed in 

What a Way to Go! (1964)
The Paul Newman segment parodies this very stylistic French film
Cemetery Man (1994)
Keeping the Faith (2000)
The scene in which the young characters run in the park.
Big Train: Episode #2.1 (2002) (TV Episode)
This film is spoofed in a sketch but with a giant potato as one of the characters.

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