Robert Klein talks about his upcoming movie, under the working title "Hollywood Stuntman"
Mentioned in Cliff Preston skit
Johnny mentions that Burt Reynolds' movie is being re-released
Jodie broaches it during her speaking to The Littlest Hobo.
Title mentioned on Weekend Update.
Joel: "He's just like Hooper."
"A Whoopin' and A Hollerin'" involves famous race through the exploding town with falling chimneys and the gigantic bridge jump.
Mentioned when Gus and Shawn are trying to remember "Sybil".
Earl McGraw refers to Stuntman Mike by this name.
police man in the hospital refers to Stuntman Mike by this name
Constance was an extra on the set (playing a corpse).
listed by Toby Keith when asked to name as many Burt Reynolds movies as he can in 15 seconds
This film is referenced by name in the U.S. theatrical teaser trailer for 'Megaforce'.
Spencer mentions the title when suggesting that they watch Burt Reynolds movies to help them track down the killer.
Sterling mentions the film to Burt Reynolds.
The scene when Jake is preparing to go out to buy film was inspired by the opening scene in Hooper
Mentioned in dialogue
Title is referenced
Mentioned by a character.
In the scene where Hooper (Burt Reynolds) and crew are watching Hooper's "stunt reel" at Hooper's house, the stunt reel contains scenes of Burt Reynolds in Deliverance (1972) being flipped out of the canoe
Burt Reynolds introduces a clip from his movie
Scene with Jan Michael-Vincent, Burt Reynolds and Terry Bradshaw in a fight scene
The movie that Hooper and Ski are working on is "The Spy Who Laughed at Danger" which spoofs James Bond movies. The movie title is a spoof on The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) as well as the movie's "theme music" which is similar to the Bond movie themes.
Little Chubby grabs a guy, slaps on a helmet, and slams him into the jukebox.