Cat Ballou (1965)
The shot of the bride falling through the gallows trapdoor was cut into ACO
A snippet of the Columbia logo from this film appears as the Torch Lady flashes into previous incarnations.
The title is advertised on a marquee.
Movie poster shown
Juliette says : "I just had to smile like Jane Fonda in Cat Ballou, and Jean-Pierre would have been mine."
Hannibal refers to himself as "Kid Shelleen"
Ed mentions "Cat Ballou" as a "powerful flick".
Tom: "I'd combine the Wolf Man and Mothra and the bad Lee Marvin from 'Cat Ballou.'"
One of the cats in "Les Miséranimals" is named "Cat Ballue."
The name of the film is on a sign at the drive-in.
Dr. Harvey as a ghost calls Kat "Cat Ballou".
Raymond calls Debra "Cat Ballou".
Video box is shown in movie store.
Alejandro is sitting on his horse which is leaning against the wall - like 'Lee Marvin' and his horse in "Cat Ballou"
Frank Pierson mentions he wrote the screenplay
Mentioned by Sheriff Brackett as he praises Lee Marvin.
The silver nose on the hawk is a reference to the silver nose Lee Marvin wore as the villain, Tim Strawn.
after showing a clip of a cat attacking a cat-shaped balloon, Jay says, "Lee Marvin was in that, wasn't it? 'Cat Balloon'?"
Poster seen on bedroom wall in online video.
Ryan mentions film by name.
Characters and scenes referenced.
DVD case seen
Cat Ballou is #50.
documentary about Cat Ballou
trailer clip shown
Cat Ballou is the #10 western film.
Bryan Cranston discusses the film.
The Meleager character in this episode is similar to the Shelleen character in Cat Ballou.