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Slim Pickins names the contents of his pockets in a manner mimicking his reading of the survival kit contents in Dr. Strangelove
A Time magazine cover uses photographs of Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke to represent the Soviet premier and American president.
All That Jazz (1979)
Film director played by Roy Scheider unhappy with the editing of his latest film says "Do you suppose Stanley Kubrick ever gets depressed?"
Back to the Future (1985)
Michael J. Fox uses a guitar amplifier with CRM 114 marked on it. CRM 114 is the name of the airplane radio in Dr. Strangelove.
Plays 2001: A Space Odyssey theme when the chocolate bar is placed, in the Mike TV scene.
The characters are drawn to touch the mysterious monolithic Devil's Tower shape in a fashion similar to the touching of the mysterious monolith in 2001.
A black rectangular telephone is shot in close up at a low angle, making it resemble the 2001 monolith, as Also Sprach Zarathrusta plays on the soundtrack. Later, two characters watch Spartacus on TV.
Get Him to the Greek (2010)
After the 'Jeffrey' scene, Aldous and Aaron run down a long corridor which Aldous remarks is 'Kubrickian'.
Teenage boy refers to his mother's nuclear scientist boyfriend as "Dr. Strangelove."
Raising Arizona (1987)
Raising Arizona includes a restroom door with the letters POE, OPE marked on it, they being the recall code from Dr. Strangelove.
First, Woody Allen's brain is reprogrammed a la Alex in A Clockwork Orange. Later Allen encounters a mellifluous voiced computer with a single green lens for an eye, similar to HAL in 2001.
A movie theatre is showing 2001: A Space Odyssey
The decor on the wall in a bar is a copy of the Korova Milk Bar from A Clockwork Orange.
A drive in movie theatre plays The Shining. The credits show two characters are named Stanley and Kubrick though they are never referred to by name in the film.
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