Marathon Man (1976)
The footage of Ethiopian marathon runner Abebe Bikila seen during the opening credits is taken from this documentary
Same diamonds eating scene
A man is victim of dental torture.
Title referenced when Dustin Hoffman and Laurence Olivier are impersonated.
Both films contain German spies called Elsa that pretend to be from a different country
Title mentioned and picture shown.
Servo: Is it safe?
When Phoebe and Henry invite Kimble to their wedding, he responds: "Is it safe?"
Tom: "Now rinse, please. Is it safe?"
Anecdote told in 'Theatre Stories'
Crow: "Is it safe?"
Title mentioned. One of the movies in Ed's VHS collection.
Tom: "Is it safe?"
George says that his dentist asked whether he had seen the film.
Referenced by the arraignment judge
Yakko (as Szell) asks, "Is it safe?"
Mike: "This is just like 'Marathon Man.'"
When Ralph Sterner is being treated by Eugene Sutphin, he says to his wife: "Help me, Betty. He's worse than the dentist in 'Marathon Man'".
title of episode alludes to title of the film
Mike: "Is it safe?"
Doll quotes "is it safe?" line.
Mentioned by Tom during the closing credits of "Laserblast."
Inspector Gadget in Marathon Man
"Is it safe?"
Referenced in the dialogue: "The emotional Marathon Man?"
Fay is seated next to someone whom she discovers has had their throat slit, similar to a scene involving Roy Scheider's character in this film.
Anecdote recounted in 'Theatre Stories'
During Theater Stories, a Maraton man anecdote comes up
"Letters from Der Weisse Engel."
Servo: (a cat is being force fed) Meow meow safe. Meow meow very safe.
A character refers to this movie.
Ca. 81 min into the film Winston references the old film in dialog with Bobby.
Name of movie is one of the bonuses
Lorelai mentions this movie.
Is mentioned in dialogue
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
this is mentionned by the director at one point
Mentioned by Kid on the telephone.
The title is listed in a magazine.
Early in the movie, Morgan mentions the title of this film.
Right after Laurence Olivier is seen as Totenkopf in a holographic projection, Sky Captain asks Dex the famous line, "Is it safe?" about the booby-trapped doorway.
The DVD-cover is visible a couple of times in a video store
Faith says that if she lets Charley treat her, it will be like the movie.
correct response in "Movie Quotes" category
Dr. Bloom tells Monk he's going to "live" the film Marathon Man. Also, his question to Monk, whether a certain person is under surveillance by the police, echoes the villain's line "Is it safe?" from Marathon Man, asking whether the bank where the villain's stolen diamonds are kept is being watched.
Dentist is named "Szell"
DVD is shown in a video store.
The scene in which Dennis' friend pays the taxi fare with his rolex
"Dental and nazi" while the main character is strapped to a chair.
Orion, referring to the Intersect, asks Chuck: "Is it safe?"
the water treatment plant scene mirrors the waterfall scene
Quotes the film.
Alex Trebek mentions the film in relation to an $800 clue in the category "I Read It in a Book Once"
DiNozzo says: "Ever since Marathon Man (1976) I always vote for the dentist."
Reference to the line "Is it safe?" in a $600 clue in the category "Permanently at Westminster Abbey"
Alejandro 'rescues' Gibbs from the cartel and talks about Abby's report, only to reveal he is working with the Cartel, just like Janeway does with Babe in the film.
optician Adam Burbage repeatedly asks Barnaby, "Is it safe?" as he examines him.
Debra Messing mentions this movie during interview
mentioned by Dean
Castle says, "Is this the part where you bring out the old Nazi with the dentist drill?"
dental torture scene
Dustin Hoffman's role mentioned
mentioned by Astrid
"I'll stick with Marathon Man, thank you very much."
Mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned in dialogue
Behavior of the German doctor.
Enigmatic character Eleanor Nacht asks the question "is it safe?" a few times, with some ambiguity as to what she means
Before entering Patrick's room, Agustín asks: "Is it safe?"
Sean references Marathon Man before drilling a victim's tongue
Red refers to the infamous "Is it safe?" Interrogation scene and name-checks William Devane.
Laurence Laurentz, repeatedly saying the line "would that it were so simple" to Hobie Doyle, to get the pronunciation right; like Szell (Laurence Olivier), repeatedly asking Babe "is it safe?", and remarking that he is a fanatic about spoken language.
Title and behind the scenes of that movie examined and mentioned.
Adam Sandler mentions Dustin Hoffman's earlier movie
Title is referenced
Referenced in the movie.
trailer clip shown
This film is #50 on the list.
Dr. Szell is #34 on the "Villains" list.
Clips are shown.
Number 66 on the list
The quote "Is it safe?" is #70 on the list.
Clips from this film are featured in this documentry.
clip with Dustin Hoffman and Laurence Olivier
cliip shown during Horror montage
Footage shown during "The Debrief".
Some scenes are shown
Clip is presented
Clip shown in video
When the Daffy Gremlin is torturing Billy, he asks Billy "Is it safe?"
The villain from the Smash Adams movie says, "Is it safe?" while dressed as a dentist.
The scene in which the female german tourist runs after Kramer screaming "Stop that man! It's him!"
a man is tied up and another man asks him "Is it safe?" repeatedly
Dentist asks, "Is it safe?"
Dante and Randal play a trick on a customer, repeating the "Is it safe?" line over and over.
Spoofs the famous torture scene
Displaying a hook to be used to dig crabmeat out of the shell, Alton asks Dr. Szell's most disturbing question, "Is it safe?", then, "You remember... never mind."
spoof: features every line from Marathon Man!
a doctor (who looks and acts like Laurence Olivier's character) repeatedly asks "Is it safe?"
"Is it safe?" scene parodied in German "Nümberwang" sketch
The character of Nicole playfully taunts Amy with the famous line "Is it safe?"
Emily recreates the is it safe sequence
Discussing the use of nitrous oxide in a whipped cream dispenser, Alton mentions that you might also have encountered it in your dentist's office and asks (in a German accent, over the sounds of a dentist's drill and a man screaming), "Is it safe?"