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- 1 Advertisements
- 2 Shorts
- 2.1 Live-action
- 2.2 Animated
- 2.2.1 Disney Cartoons
- 2.2.2 Puppetoons
- 2.2.3 MGM Cartoon Studios series
- 2.2.4 Felix the Cat
- 2.2.5 Van Beuren Studios
- 2.2.6 How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
- 2.2.7 Halloween Is Grinch Night
- 2.2.8 Gerald McBoing-Boing
- 2.2.9 The Dogfather
- 2.2.10 Thumbelina (1924)
- 2.2.11 Thumbelina (Dyuymovochka / Дюймовочка) (1964)
- 3 Comics
- 4 Games
- 5 Magazines
- 6 Musicals/Plays
- 7 Film
- 8 Television
- 8.1 Tuca & Bertie: Season 1
- 8.2 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
- 8.3 A Viagem (TV Globo)
- 8.4 Anna and the King (TV series)
- 8.5 Bear in the Big Blue House
- 8.6 The Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures
- 8.7 The Fairly OddParents
- 8.8 The Simpsons
- 8.9 Drawn Together
- 8.10 Family Guy
- 8.11 Futurama
- 8.12 Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003)
- 8.13 Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008)
- 8.14 Kappa Mikey
- 8.15 The Loud House
- 8.16 The Boss Baby: Back in Business
- 8.17 Mission: Impossible (1966)
- 8.18 Mission: Impossible (1988)
- 8.19 The Wild Wild West
- 8.20 Goldie & Bear
- 8.21 Faerie Tale Theatre
- 8.22 Danny Phantom
- 8.23 The Beverly Hillbillies
- 8.24 Xiaolin Chronicles
- 9 Literature/Books/Novels
- 9.1 Anna and the King of Siam
- 9.2 J. K. Rowling's novels
- 9.2.1 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
- 9.2.2 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
- 9.2.3 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
- 9.2.4 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
- 9.2.5 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
- 9.2.6 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
- 9.2.7 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
- 9.2.8 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
- 9.2.9 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
- 9.2.10 Quidditch Through the Ages
- 9.2.11 The Tales of Beedle the Bard
- 9.3 Horton Hatches the Egg
- 9.4 Green Eggs and Ham
- 9.5 Thumbelina
- 9.6 The Great Gatsby
- 9.7 The Little Polar Bear
- 9.8 Laura's Star
- 10 Anime/Manga
- 11 Web videos
- 12 Music
- 13 Toys
MGM Cartoon Studios series
Tom and Jerry
Felix the Cat
Van Beuren Studios
- In The Gay Gaucho (1933), this animation was recycled from the Warner Bros. Cartoon short Lady, Play Your Mandolin!.
- This cartoon is a remake of the Friz Freleng Bugs Bunny cartoon Bugsy and Mugsy (1957) which itself is a remake of an earlier Freleng cartoon Stooge For A Mouse (1950).
Thumbelina (Dyuymovochka / Дюймовочка) (1964)
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Lord of the Dance
The King and I
- Main article: List of references in non-Warner films
Tuca & Bertie: Season 1
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
A Viagem (TV Globo)
Bear in the Big Blue House
- A dog from the episode Wild West Mice, tries to catch two mice, Emily and Alexander. While these mice are enter the hole, the dog places his face through the broken hole. Perhaps this is a reference to Stanley Kubrick's The Shining.
The Fairly OddParents
- The Story on Page One - A government official gives Meg a bomb and it explodes in her face. After the explosion, she suddenly gets a bill and turns it around like Daffy Duck does in "Rabbit Fire". Then, she uses Bugs Bunny's catchphrase "Of course you know, this means war!"
- I Never Met The Dead Man - Peter runs over Road Runner (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) and asks his passenger, Wile E. Coyote (voiced by Seth MacFarlane), if he should stop. Wile tells him to keep going.
- Stewie B. Goode - Elmer Fudd (voiced by Noel Blanc) surprisingly succeeds in killing Bugs Bunny (voiced by Seth MacFarlane).
- Tales of a 3rd-Grade Nothing - Yosemite Sam (voiced by John Kassir) is seen complaining about his "penis-compressingest, sperm-killingest, testicle-grippingest" jeans.
- Padre de Familia - Peter makes up his own version of Speedy Gonzales named "Rapid Dave", after deciding that immigrants shouldn't be allowed in America. Sylvester (voiced by Jeff Bergman) tries to catch Dave.
- Back to the Woods - Foghorn Leghorn (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) walks up to Colonel Harland Sanders in a KFC restaurant, and tells Sanders that his food smells good. Sanders then chops Foghorn's head off, and as the body runs around Foghorn's head, he says "Whoa, look at that boy, running around like a chicken with his head cut off - wait a minute!"
- PTV - Peter is seen working at ACME and Wile E. Coyote clams a refund for a giant sling-shot that slammed him into a mountain. Wile's wife then comes in telling him to hurry up.
- E. Peterbus Unum - Peter's grandfather who was a Warner Bros. animator, recommended naming Bugs Bunny "Ephraim The Retarded Rabbit", a name no other worker agreed with.
- Partial Terms of Endearment - There is a parody of the Road Runner cartoons as Peter tries to force his wife Lois to have an abortion.
- Forget-Me-Not - When Joe assumes he was the voice of a cartoon bird, Tweety appears and says in Joe's voice "I thought I saw a cat. I did see a cat."
- Turban Cowboy - Peter and Muhammad watch a Muslim version of Looney Tunes where Porky Pig (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) makes his traditional appearance though the drum head, although noting that under Islamic Law he is forbidden as dirty.
- Farmer Guy - Peter stops to see if the tornado he sees is Taz.
- Something Something Something Dark Side - During the fight scene between Darth Vader (Stewie) and Luke Skywalker (Chris), Luke falls off of the platform and holds a sign saying "Help!" in mid-air (similar to how Wile E. Coyote holds up signs to speak to the audience) before nearly falling to his death.
- When You Wish Upon A Weinstein - After Lois finds out that Peter bought volcano insurance (and thus ruining their check book), she tells Peter that Meg needs a pair of glasses. Peter then says that no one needs glasses, to which Meg retorts that Peter wears glasses. Peter then says "That's only to fool the man from the draft board" (an obvious reference to "Draftee Daffy").
- Peter Problems - When Peter mentions that Quagmire could show up like the Road Runner, Quagmire zooms in a la the Road Runner, while holding up a sign that says "Giggity Giggity".
- The 2,000-Year-Old Virgin - Lois suggests to Peter to be more gentle towards Jesus, as he approaches his first time, to which Peter replies he'll be as sensitive and gentle as possible, just like the Tasmanian Devil tucking his kids to bed. A cut-away gag then appears, showing Taz, speaking in his normal tongue, reading a book to his kid and then tucking him to sleep. Taz then begins to zoom out of the room, but then quietly tip-toes out of his kid's room while spinning around, saying goodnight to his kid, turning out the lights and shutting the door.
- Family Goy - A mentally handicapped rooster according to Peter uses Yakko Warner's catchphrase, "Goodnight everybody!", when the sun comes up, though the quote was not used as a sexual reference but rather the opposite of what was happening.
- Secondhand Spoke - One of the bullies calls Chris "Dorky Pig", an obvious reference to Porky Pig.
- Family Guy Lite - When Brian gets kicked by his horse a fourth time, his nose turns in the opposite direction, similar to how Daffy Duck's beak turns when Elmer Fudd shot him in "Rabbit Seasoning". Brian then moves his nose back to normal, similar to how Daffy moves his beak back to normal, then uses his catchphrase, "You're despicable!"
- Short Cuts - Peter tells Lois he will "wear a denim shirt with the Looney Tunes guys embroidered on it to church every Sunday."
Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008)
The Loud House
The Beverly Hillbillies
- Jake & Jethro refer to Stella.
Anna and the King of Siam
J. K. Rowling's novels
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Quidditch Through the Ages
The Tales of Beedle the Bard
The Little Polar Bear
Lupin the Third
- In the episode "It's Mr. Mime Time", when the two Mr. Mime are making a tower of mirrors to catch Team Rocket and their tank, Team Rocket says, "That's wall folks." This could be a reference to the catchphrase "That's all folks" from the Looney Tunes cartoons.
- In the episode "The Stag Convergence", the characters Howard and Raj mention having an affair with a woman dressed as Sailor Moon.
- In the episode "The Lie", the sequence where Richard Watterson creates the Sluzzlewurst is very similar to Sailor Moon's first transformation due to the music, background, some of Richard's movements, and how Richard's body outlines can be seen despite him wearing clothes before and after the sequence. A similar sequence occurs in "The Romance", this time showing Penny Fitzgerald attempting to shapeshift. The sequence in this episode is shorter and the only similarities to the transformation are the music, the background, and having the character in the sequence attempt to transform in some way.
- The Ultra Chicks in the series are parodies of the Sailor Senshi.
- In Rigby's story in the episode "Terror Tales of the Park IV", the Japanese horror film has a number of schoolgirls wearing uniforms which are very similar to those of Juuban High School given their white tops with red neckerchiefs, blue skirts, and white socks.
- In the episode, Mirage/Hansel Und Gretel, there is a sketch in which a magical girl, played by Candy, transforms into Super Ranger Scout Rider (an amalgamation of Super Sentai, its American counterpart Power Rangers, the DiC Dub name of the Sailor Senshi, and Kamen Rider) to fight a monster that is attacking a city, which bores the civilians, played by Moon and Dog, and the monster because of how long the transformation sequence is, like Sailor Moon's and the Glamour Cadet's transformation sequences. The sequence in this sketch consists of ribbons, wings, a pose similar to Eternal Sailor Moon's pose, and a robot transformation. There is also a reference to Sailor Moon's speech after she finished transforming.
- In episode 14 of the series, "Joint Point", there are three skits parodying Sailor Moon. Another episode, "Moesha Poppins", also features a parody of Sailor Moon. On season 9, episode 13, there's a skit parodying Sailor Moon where the Inner Senshi fight a churro monster with a new ally, Sailor Earth.
- In the episode "House Guest", a book with Usagi on the cover can be seen on a shelf. Also, in an official Newsarama interview, Steven says that he likes the Sailor Moon manga and calls it down to earth.
- In the episode "The League of Legs", the Teen Titans change into their new outfits for their league by way of a transformation sequence mimicking some of the Sailor Senshi's transformation sequences in the anime.
PaRappa the Rapper (anime)
- In Episode 1: "The Initial P!!", The Jetsons doorbell theme is heard.
Thumbelina (Oyayubihime) (1978)
Pacific Rim: The Black
- Wabbit Season is a short parody Youtube video made by MeatCanyon on February 2, 2020. The video features Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny. Elmer Fudd is on the search again hunting for rabbits, but this time Bugs Bunny has caught him with his back turned. Elmer must plead for Bugs to let him go... and hope that Bugs doesn't let his urges take over.
- Some time later Warner Bros. Entertainment filed a copyright claim against the video, resulting in Youtube removing the video. This sparked outrage among fans who argue that because the video is a parody it should be protected under fair use. In response, MeatCanyon made a response/eulogy video called RIP Wabbit Season on March 22, 2020.
- The video includes many of MeatCanyon's parodied characters, with Eddy from Ed, Edd n Eddy providing most of the dialogue. The video predominantly shows the characters mourning the loss of Bugs while also criticizing Warner Bros. (and subtly Youtube) for being the cause of his 'death'. One of the biggest takeaways from the video is when Eddy stated that because Wabbit Season was legally claimed Warner Bros. Entertainment, by that logic it is now officially canon that Bugs was a "struggling rapist" this whole time.