The Hunt for Red October (1990)
Scenes from the film were used when Mac and Harm lowered by helicopter into the submarine.
The shot of the Sub exploding under and above water
Various screens from the film are edited into the episode during submarine maneuvers.
This is a Super NES game based on the film.
The scenes in both films of the submarine sailors singing (with the enemy able to hear them) are similar.
The foreign languages spoken in both films convert to English upon a zoom in on the speaker (the prosecutor in Nuremberg and the political officer in Red October) after which all characters in court speak English.
the aircraft carrier Enterprise's radio call sign is "Starbase"
Jack Ryan says, "I'm not an agent, I just write books!"
Mentioned by a submarine crewman.
Referenced during the "Miami Blues" review.
Movie 'reviewed' by Wayne and Garth during Wayne's World.
Mentioned by Phil Cool, as Sean Connery
Mentioned by Clive Anderson
It is playing at a movie theatre and on the marque as Dar and Ms. Trent drive by
When Paul is looking for his room, a shot shows Sargie and Samurai fighting in their room. One wall has a poster of The Hunt for Red October (1990).
Video case is shown in Blockbuster Video.
Crow: It's Red October. Hi Sean!
At the point during the scene when it goes slow-mo when Cortez talks to Escobedo, and the baseball passes Escobedo there is an obvious nod to Red October. After the scene picks up speed, they talk in English, much in the same way Ramius and Ivan Putin switch languages in Ramius's cabin after Putin reads the passage from the book.
The Submarine in "Death Row"/"Toxic Dump"
VHS seen in Jerry's apartment
refrenced in dialogue
"look at me I'm Red October"
same as #1
Referenced during the "U-571" review.
The Los Angeles class fast attack nuclear submarine USS Dallas featured in the film is used (by name only) in this episode to destroy the Russian submarine.
Max says Sean Connery wears a wig in this film.
Nearly-empty boardroom meeting between two major characters, mentioning that one of the characters is "expendable", etc.
title mentioned; Sturgis Turner compares a rogue Russian submarine captain to Sean Connery and himself to Alec Baldwin
Almost the entire opening sequence, from the Soviet naval uniforms to the first introduction of the "Capitain" (Santa).
Mentioned by writer.
Robert Downey Jr. mentions the unnecessary closeup on Tomas Arana in it
Both movies feature a maneuver called "Crazy Ivan" that involves a sudden 180-degree turn.
correct response in "Fred Thompson, Acting Senator" category
referenced in dialogue
Alan tells Charlie he liked Alec Baldwin in that movie.
VHS tape seen
"Red October, ruin your submarine" (song lyrics)
The scene in which Tarantino's character - The Rapist - says "I seen me a stripper with one breast. And I seen me a stripper with twelve toes. I've even seen me a stripper with no brains at all, but I ain't never seen a one-legged stripper." is similar to the line said by screenwriter Larry Ferguson who plays Watson in "The Hunt for Red October", which goes "Y'know, I seen me a mermaid once. I even seen me a shark eat an octopus. But I ain't never seen no phantom Russian submarine."
Jeroen Krabbé mentions this film
the submarine and Connery's character appear
Heavy's achievment "Red Oktoberfest"
Chuck mentions "The Hunt for Red October" and "White Nights" as examples of movies about people defecting.
Tony also mentions how the cook was responsible in Hunt for Red October
In "Date Nite", during the scene where Homestar and Strong Bad try to ruin Marzipan and The Cheat's date from a crude submarine in a river, Strong Bad yells, "Hunt for Red October!"
"The Hunt for Red... Oh No, Here It Is"
Mentioned numerous times in submarine challenge
Brenda says she had a game version of this film in her car for a while.
Collins refers to his search for Walter Koenig as his own 'hunt for Red October'
SSN "Dallas" is featured as the submarine which launches the backup team during the oil rig mission.
Documentary about the inspirations behind the screenplay
The Jack Ryan film series is included in a $7,500 question
VHS tape seen
Mentioned by DiNozzo
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned during the Vagina Game
"Captain, we found Red October."
Joker mentions the Normandy's stealth drive being effective "As long as we don't start singing the Russian National Anthem"
Connery's character commenting that the sub reminds him of another adventure.
Allison tells Jack, "This is a marine lab, not the Red October" when Jack suggests firing torpedos.
Mentioned by the narrator
Chris mentions it.
Mike mentions it.
Alec mentions the movie by name.
Discussed film of the episode
Mentioned in dialogue
Chris mentions it. Also, DVD is shown.
A submarine leaflet with the tagline: "The Hunt for the Real October" was seen in episode 5.
mentioned by Germaine
Seth says that "Ten Things I Hate About U-Boats", "I Know What U-Boats Did Last October" and "I Now Pronounce U-Boats Chuck and Larry" were among the working titles
Fury Road scored just above this movie on RT
In the segment A Closer Look, Seth mentions spoof titles that were considered for the segment, including "The Hunt for Orange November"
mentioned by name
Referenced by Homer
Tom: "The Hunt for Murky October"
Mike mentions this when trying to remember one of Taika Waititi's films
It is referenced.
Jameson calls Ivanov 'Red October'.
The movie is mentioned.
Mentioned by Mr. Peanutbutter.
Color guessing challenge.
Alec Baldwin says his mother thinks this film is called 'The Search for Black November'
Jonah: "Jim Henson's Hunt for Red October Babies"
Kelly says it's her favorite submarine movie
The Snob mentions it.
Someone in chat asks about the movie.
Gretchen suggests the movie Vernon was watching when Paul was sleeping with Becca was "A Hunt for Red Cucktober"
The movie is mentioned.
The fireball of a crippled plane into the aircraft carrier deck was used as a F-14 Tomcat crashing into the aircraft carrier. It's actual footage of a test flight of an F9F Panther crashing onto the USS Midway in 1951. The pilot survived.
Clips are shown for the review. Two thumbs up.
A clip is shown.
Shows clip(s) from
Clips are shown.
Sean Connery looking through the periscope at Martin Short
movie clips, production materials, and interviews
A clip from the film is shown.
A clip from the film is shown.
Clips shown in a segment on Sean Connery.
A shot of young Alec Baldwin is shown on the HD Camera monitor
Jack Ryan is #3.
Sean Connery as Captain Marko Ramius gets a dishonorable mention.
Review of the film
The Hunt for Red October is #3.
The Hunt for Red October is #6.
Spoofed in Hunt for Red October sketch
One of the books in Erroneous' library is called "The Hunt for Red Octopus".
submarine footage and on-screen text of opening sequence
A scene called "The Hunt for Alice B. Talking" is a spoof of "The Hunt for Red October"
in the boardroom scene when the admiral get up, hes spoofing sean connery from the movie "hunt for red october"
Toshi screams "Bastard, you've killed us!" just like Capt. Tupolev does in the movie
During the Yellow Submarine parody
Similar title, similar plot of a submarine hiding among underwater canyons to avoid detection.