Dead Poets Society (1989)
Remade into Malayalam language with almost the same plot (without crediting the original).
Characters from the movie can be heard at the end of the video
John Keating says, "How can you describe poetry like 'American Bandstand?' 'I like Byron, I give him a 42 but I can't dance to it!'"
Keating does an impression of Marlon Brando from this movie
The silhouette shot of the students running towards the dave is a deliberate homage to the Dance of Death shot from The Seventh Seal according to Peter Weir.
about misfit of institution
Instructional film seminar about this movie.
Blake, Karen, Sophie discuss this in the diner
Referenced during the "Awakenings" review.
Armstrong mentions it was the last movie he had seen.
One of the suggestions for 'Audition'
As he flies away, Tootles shouts, "Seize the day!" Robin Williams played John Keating in Dead Poets Society (1989).
The movie gets mentioned.
Dead Parrots Society is a parody of the title of this movie.
Referenced during the "The Man Without a Face" review.
Video on video store shelf.
Dean McMann says, "Yet another professor who's seen 'Dead Poets Society' one-too-many times."
Baljit greets Robin Williams by saying 'Oh Captain, my Captain.'
referred to by title during a phone conversation
Referenced during the "Renaissance Man" review.
Fake Monica tells Monica all about why she dislikes Dead Poets Society.
Alluded to in the "Mr. Holland's Opus" review.
The scene where Duckman instructs the class to open their textbooks and tear out the pages is a reference to "Dead Poets Society".
Referenced during the "Picnic at Hanging Rock" review.
Answer to a clue in category "Robin Williams films"
Title is mentioned
mentioned in dialogue
Jamie's students stand on their desks chanting to honor him
Jake sees the movie and thinks it's a sign that he should become a teacher.
Joel refers to the film.
"Oh captain, my captain"
Mentioned by David Brent
This movie is mentioned by one character.
Mentioned by Bob as being one of his favourite films.
Richard Whiteley likens the film to his own experience
Video case is shown in a video store.
one contestant almost calls the "Dead Scientists' Society" category "Dead Poets Society"
mentioned in dialogue
When talking to teacher McCaskin detective Wheeler refers to the banner in her classroom stating the phrase used in The Dead Poets Society "Carpe Diem-Seize the day". She then tells the teacher "I saw the movie. The teacher used it to inspire his students to read poetry, not to have sex with them!"
Roger stitches together a little of this movie, a little Mr. Holland' Opus and lies in order to give his lecture
mentioned in dialogue
Dana talks about this inspirational teacher movie in class
Fidel says "Oh captain, my captain."
Listed as one of Kurtwood Smith's credits.
Title mentioned by Ryan
When Sam requests to visit a former teacher, Dean agrees and tells Sam to have his "Robin Williams - Oh Captian, My Captain moment".
John Keating is the subject of a $2,000 question
Liam stands on a chair and quotes "O captain, my captain"
mentioned and quoted
Brett: "The writing class that Robin Williams teaches, let's just say it's not Dead Poet's Societ"
Mentioned as the second Disney movie to receive a Best Picture nomination.
Jeff mentions the film; Robin Williams is mentioned shortly after for his role in the film
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Film School"
Lester: "Oh, Captain, my Captain, please tell us you returned to take control of the Buy More."
Mary says, "for seven years I get a combo-geyser of Wikipedia, Jeopardy, Star Trek, Dead Poets Society and Karnac the Magnificent."
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Prof. Whitman says, "I hope you will be seizing the day this summer," and Jeff replies, "I hope you'll be seizing a more-contemporary movie."
Alex says, "What's with the 'Dead Poets Society' in there?"
Natasha refers to it as a "tragic old film" and quotes the "O Captain, My Captain" Line
Britta and Jeff debate going to a bar called "Red Poets Society."
similar concept, only with football instead of poetry, also the scene when the teacher gets fired resembles the famous "Captain, my captain"-scene
mentioned by Holt
mentioned in dialogue
Referenced in Porter's graduation speech
Christy describes "Cracks" as a hot, naughty British schoolgirl version of the film
Pete says that when he was a teacher, he was like Robin Williams in the film
Video case is shown.
Mr. Gilbert says, "This isn't the Dead Poets Society."
mentioned by Dean
Peter says he told Neal to sit on a bench, not reenact "Dead Poets Society".
another Robin Williams movie with a contrived message
Ben quotes the line "O captain, my captain!" and then references the movie.
"O Captain! My Captain!" mentioned
Kevin: "Carpe Diem! Ha ha!"
Peter says "O captains, my captains" to get all the Robin Williamses to stop and listen to him. Trying to get them to leave, Peter says "You have been fired from the school"
House compares the movie with Dr. Kutner's situation.
"O captain, my captain!"
Alfie makes his class stand on their desks and say "O Captain, my Captain!" to impress Miss Gulliver.
Caleb Phipps says: "Gonna start lecturing me on mistakes? How I need to live and learn? Move on? That's really inspiring, Mr. Swift. I'd stand up on my desk and clap for you. But No."
Mentioned in dialogue
Louis mentions Robin Williams and emulates his speech from Dead Poets Society, and Mike responds with "Oh Captain, my Captain!".
Matt Damon says that he and Ben Affleck worked at a movie theater that was showing the film which they had unsuccessfully auditioned for
Rosie refers to the film.
mentioned by Frank Caliendo
Ben stands atop a chair and says, "O captain, my captain!"
"Oh captain, my captain!"
Keith tells Professor Weldon he'll watch it to be a better teacher and Professor Weldon says she'll watch it after Clueless
As a tribute to the late Robin Williams, Jimmy stands on his desk and shouts "O captain, my captain"
mentioned in discussion of Robin Williams' death the previous day
mentioned in discussion of favorite Robin Williams
"Carpe diem, boys. Seize the day. Make your lives extraordinary".
Mentioned in dialogue.
Doug stands on a table and shouts "Oh captain, my captain"
Ethan Hawke says that he used to wear his crew jacket from the movie in the hope of being recognized, and talks about his ensuing relationship with Robin Williams
When all of blue group stands on their chairs.
a fake movie poster combines the film with "Shaun of the Dead"
Anne Hegerty is asked a question about the movie's Australian director during the Final Chase.
Chapter reference, "Dead Rodent's Society."
Mentioned by Ben Stiller
AJ refers to the film.
The cafeteria scene in which the inmates protest is just like a scene in DPS.
Asher says at the table: ... we storm the President's office, do an "Oh Captain! My Captain!" quoting the last scene of the movie when all the students stand on their desks to greet Robin Williams goodbye
mentioned by Gretchen
One of Robin Williams' best movies
Jason Sudeikis talks about the movie as he discusses starring in a stage version
Mackenzie says she watched the movie and references Williams' big speech during her own.
The line O Captain line is quoted
The drama teacher is named Mr. Keaton, echoing John Keating.
The movie is mentioned by name.
Poster in Liv's old room
Mentioned during the Kinsey segment
The scene in the classroom where all the students stand up and say "it was my idea" to protect Kurt is a homage to the scene where everyone steps on the tables in this movie.
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Ethan Hawke; Ethan Hawke talks about working with Robin Williams
Stephen Colbert attributes Ethan Hawke to appearing in films such as "Training Day," "Dead Poets Society," and "Boyhood."
In Hogan's childhood home there is a photograph of him as a young man wearing a T-shirt with the logo from the movie.
Lance mockingly uses the oh captain, my captain phrase.
Chris O'Dowd mentions the scene where Ethan Hawke's character stands on his desk and declares, "O Captain, my Captain!"
When Phil announces he is leaving teaching, a student stands on his desk and says "Location, location, location", reminiscent of when students in Dead Poets Society stand on their desks to say "O Captain, my Captain" at Mr. Keating's departure.
Mr. Dodson: "Am I gonna see you tonight at the Live Poets Society?"
The movie is mentioned.
Joe Bob mentions the film.
One of the cocktail of the episode referces to the quote"Oh Captain, my captain"
Jughead mentions the film when entering his new dorm room.
Arthur: "Carpe diem, sieze the day."
Mr. Everett directly quotes one of Robin Williams' lines
Clips are shown. Movie is reviewed.
Clips are shown for the Robin Williams segment.
The #95 movie quote is "Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary."
Dead Poets Society is #52.
Some clips from this movie are shown in a segment on the line "Carpe Diem! Seize the day, boys."
clips are shown
John Keating takes the #1 top movie teacher
John Keating is #3.
a clip is shown when Oan recalls an episode of Community that mocked the desk-standing scene
"What will your verse be?".
Carpe Diem is #6.
Neil Perry's suicide gets an honorable mention.
Dead Poets Society is #2.
John Keating is #1.
Robin Williams as John Keating is #1.
The movie is ranked number 5
The 'O Captain! My Captain!' scene is shown and it is part of the episode's plot.
Dead Poets Society is #4.
Homer watches (an animated version of) this movie to learn how to teach.
The goodbye scene in Dead Poets Society is #10.
Carpe diem sequence
Dead Poets Society is #9.
Robin Williams as John Keating is #6.
Carpe Diem is #6.
Video's title is a takeoff on the mainstream film's title from the same year.
Brian's students stand on their desks saying "O Captain, my captain" after he tells them they could end up becoming ditch diggers, motel maids and hookers.
Spoofs in segment "La Academia" the final standing-on-the-desks scene.
The suicide by Mr. Hollis and the response by his son.
Professor Whitman teaches his class like Robin Williams in Dead Poet's Society
Barney does the famous "O captain, my captain!" scene of Dead Poets Society to call a leaving Ted back to teach him more about Robin
Students stand on their desks in protest of Bob leaving
Spoofed in 'Farewell, Mr. Bunting'
Stewie-as-Brian becomes a college professor and commands his students to open their books to the introduction and "rip it out."
Twilight returns to her class to see her students saying "O Dragon! My Dragon!" to Spike.