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Version of 

Original Sin (2001)

References 

The Crime of Monsieur Lange (1936)
"Arizona Jim" character is mentioned as the name of a film the main character is going to see
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Louis realizes he's being poisoned by Marion when he sees a Snow White comic in a newspaper with the witch handing a poisoned apple to Snow White.
Spellbound (1945)
Louis' nightmare at the clinic, his temporary amnesia, and the scenes with the nurses, are similar to John Ballantine's in Spellbound.
Gun Crazy (1950)
Replication of the famous long take seqence
Johnny Guitar (1954)
Main characters leaving a theatre are discussing the theme and the main characters of the film, and two different posters of the French version are seen on the wall on both sides of the door.
The Elusive Corporal (1962)
A poster is visible in one scene.

Referenced in 

The Last Metro (1980)
The dialogue from the last scene of the fictional play is taken from this Truffaut's previous movie, where Catherine Deneuve also plays a woman named Marion.
Frantic (1988)
8 Women (2002)
When Catherine Deneuve tells Virginie Ledoyen "to look at you is both a joy and a pain", this is a to François Truffaut's movie, in wich Jean-Paul Belmondo tells Deneuve the same exact line. That line was also referenced in Truffaut's Le Dernier Métro, this time told to Deneuve by Gérard Depardieu.
Cinemania (2002)
The Big Sleaze (2010)
DVD box on desk
Pretty Little Liars: Original G'A'ngsters (2016) (TV Episode)
The poster of the movie is seen on Ezra's wall.
Pretty Little Liars: Exes and OMGs (2016) (TV Episode)
The poster of the movie is seen on Ezra's wall.

Features 

La Marseillaise (1938)
A brief excerpt is shown in the beginning of the film.
Johnny Guitar (1954)
Footage shown.

Featured in 

Butchery & Ballyhoo (2016) (Video)
Discussed

Spoofs 

Psycho (1960)
The scene where the detective is shot and he falls down the stairs recalls a similar shot in Hitchcock's Psycho.

See also

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