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Cannibal! The Musical (1993) Poster

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Version of 

The Legend of Alfred Packer (1980)
same historic figure
Devoured: The Legend of Alferd Packer (2005)
same historic figure
Alferd Packer the Colorado Cannibal (2007) (Short)
same historic figure

References 

The General (1926)
The "bear-trap" scene might have been inspired by a similar scene from The General.
Singin' in the Rain (1952)
After singing "That's All I'm Asking For" the miners collapse and start laughing hysterically, just like the main trio in "Singin' In the Rain" does after the song "Good Morning".
High Noon (1952)
Characters named Frank Miller and the Noon family appear in this Western spoof.
Seven Samurai (1954)
The drum rhythm heard at the Indian camp scene is the similar to the rhythm heard during the opening credits of Seven Samurai.
Mister Ed (1958) (TV Series)
"A horse is a horse." "Of course." "Of course."
Psycho (1960)
The famous music from the shower scene in "Psycho" plays when Bell attacks Packer.
West Side Story (1961)
Similar conflict between the Miners and the Trappers as the Jets and the Sharks.
Star Trek: Court Martial (1967) (TV Episode)
The line and delivery of "But that's not the way it happened." in the court scene.
Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) (TV Series)
In the bar fight scene, the Cyclops says "Jinkies!", a line frequently spoken by the character of Velma in "Scooby-Doo".
The Meaning of Life (1983)
One scene mimics the fish sequence of The Meaning of Life.
The Spirit of Christmas (1992) (Short)
"I've learned something."
The Jerky Boys: Don't Hang Up, Toughguy! (1995) (Video)
Frenchy says, "Hey, you can't do that, jerky!" because Trey Parker and the others loved the Jerky Boys (before they saw their movie).

Referenced in 

Time Warped (1995) (TV Series)
Similar musical number to "Shpadoinkle" and epilogue.
South Park (1997) (TV Series)
The musical cue at the end of each episode is taken from this earlier Trey Parker/Matt Stone project.
Orgazmo (1997)
Poster can be seen.
South Park: Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut (1998) (TV Episode)
The "draw straws" scene is similar to a deleted scene in Cannibal! The Musical.
Upright Citizens Brigade: Poo Stick (1998) (TV Episode)
VHS copy seen, and on a flyer.
Ravenous (1999)
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999)
Kenny's heart is replaced with a baked potato, a reference to a line in the opening song of this earlier Trey Parker movie "My heart's as full as a baked potato!"
The Simpsons: Alone Again, Natura-Diddly (2000) (TV Episode)
Ned says, "I'm about as exciting as a baked potato," after an evening of dating.
South Park: Helen Keller! The Musical (2000) (TV Episode)
The fake beards that the children are forced to wear in their play.
That's My Bush!: An Aborted Dinner Date (2001) (TV Episode)
Musical cue from the end of the episode taken from this earlier Trey Parker/Matt Stone project.
Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker! (2001) (Video)
Poster seen.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Gift (2001) (TV Episode)
Xander's "Shpadoinkle" line
South Park: How to Eat with Your Butt (2001) (TV Episode)
Kyle is revealed to have a huge Jewfro like Humphrey.
Ned (2003)
Sub-plot involving Ned's horse is a rip-off of Alfred and his horse Liane to an almost minute detail.
Raising the Stakes (2005)
Several verbal references.
Make Your Own Damn Movie! (2005) (Video)
Trey Parker and Matt Stone talk about their movie "Cannibal! The Musical!" in this movie
Take (2008)
When Jim is on the phone with Mary he says "shpadoinkle" - a word used in Cannibal! The Musical as a random substitute for a normal word (most notably in the opening song "It's a Shpadoinkle Day")
Sweatshop (2009)
Referencing a song from Cannibal: The Musical, a character claims its going to be "a shpadoinkle day."
Stuck Like Chuck (2009)
Poster on bedroom wall.
The Cinema Snob: Nudist Colony of the Dead (2010) (TV Episode)
"They really wanna say 'Shpadoinkle,' don't they?"
Elvira's Movie Macabre: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (2010) (TV Episode)
DVD cover is shown.
Another Game Critic: Daze Before Christmas (2012) (TV Episode)
'' Have a shpadoinkle...''
Return to Nuke 'Em High Volume 1 (2013)
Zack is alway wearing a shirt with the poster of this movie.
Safe and Sound Video Remix (2013) (Video)
Footage Shown
Adjust Your Tracking (2013)
Video case is shown ("Cannibal: The Musical").
The Cinema Snob: 42nd Street Forever: Volume 3, Exploitation Explosion (2014) (TV Episode)
"I can't take cannibalism in the mountains seriously if Trey Parker isn't singing about it."
The Cinema Snob: Cut-Throats Nine (2014) (TV Episode)
"...or what a Schpedoinkle day it's been."
The Cinema Snob: The Identical (2016) (TV Episode)
"...I'm thinking of Trey Parker as Alferd Packer."

Featured in 

Orgazmo (1997)
Can be seen on TV in the video store.
Fear, Panic & Censorship (2000) (TV Movie)
Video case and footage of this movie are shown.
The Book of Orgazmo (2003) (Video)
Clips shown.
Troma Is Spanish for Troma (2010)
clips shown
60 Minutes: The Counter-Terrorism Bureau/The Murder of an American Nazi/Parker & Stone (2011) (TV Episode)
Clips featured in segment "Parker & Stone"
Music Movies: Cannibal! The Musical (2012) (TV Episode)
This movie's soundtrack is reviewed.

Spoofs 

Fantasia (1940)
Oklahoma! (1955)
Psycho (1960)
Friday the 13th (1980)
The character "Voice of Doom" in Cannibal! The Musical who brings pleads with the group to turn back from their journey is a direct spoof of "Crazy Ralph" and even has some direct quotes: "You're doomed. You're all doomed".
The Legend of Alfred Packer (1980)
The "IKE!" scene.
Les misérables (1982)
Alferd Packer's prison number is 24601, the same number as Jean Valjean.
The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
The (extremely graphic) opening sequence.
Alive (1993)
The first thing they eat is a dead man's butt.

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