The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)
The ferry boat boss saying "Pull, Lemuel, pull" looks and sounds very much like Jill Young's direction to "Pull, Joe, pull!" in the tug of war with the ten strongmen.
Poster in Mike's bedroom.
Photo of Clint Eastwood as Wales seen on wall in a club
While posing as the Cowboy, Jack says that he had his "hair done Clint Eastwood style. You see The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)? What a flick."
The scenes when Marty goes into the bar is something of an homage to the Clint Eastwood movie "The Outlaw Josey Wales." Actor Matt Clark plays the bartender in both movies. In Back to the Future Marty (aka Clint Eastwood) asks for water to drink and the bartender says they only serve whiskey. In Josey Wales (played by Clint Eastwood) first asks for whiskey to drink and the bartender tells him they don't have any whiskey.
Johnny comments on liking Clint Eastwood's earlier movie very much
Zach talks about it with his mother Jill outside their home.
Mentioned by Tom during the closing credits of "Laserblast."
Larson uses the line "Heel 'n' Hide Ya To A Barn Door" which is a quote from this movie.
Mentioned by name
Dix says that Josey Wales is Clint Eastwood
poster (of Clint holding a gun in each hand) is painted on side of building
Cartman says "But I don't think it's for usin'. I think it's just for lookin' through."
Clint Eastwood mentions the film.
mentioned once in extended version
Mentioned by Cowboy character
Duncan tells Hacksetter, that he is using "the old indian guy's" lines from the film.
Preceding the shootout with Sandford's NWA, Sergeant Angel spits his toothpick out to the side, as Josey Wales spit his chewing tobacco before most shootouts.
DVD is shown.
When confronting the black gang members; Walt spits his tobacco before he draws his gun. Which was Josey Wales' signature move.
DVD is shown in a video store.
Both Jonah Hex & Josey Wales have the same motive of revenge (which is killing the Union solider who killed his family, by joining the Confederate army)
Mentioned in dialogue
The Lizard they lose is named Josey Wales
Jack Crow calls Dane "Josey Wales" after he has shot down the Burglar
A poster of Clint Eastwood's Josey Wales character from this film is briefly seen in Jim's room
Mentioned in dialogue
Picture of Clint Eastwood as Josey Wales seen on bedroom wall.
when a contestant speculates that "Trouble with the Curve" went straight to DVD, Dan tells him that he just went after the Outlaw Josey Wales
Tom: "The Outlaw George Harrison"
Filmmaker Matt Reeves said this film was an inspiration for the film.
scenes are shown
Clips seen and discussed
A clip is shown
Clips from this film are shown in These Amazing Shadows.
Clips from films shown and were discussed by those interviewed.
clip shown when discussing old west heroes
Brian and Stewie are watching the movie.