Logan's Run (1976)
Clips of the Domed City reused in this episode.
Footage of the Domed City is reused in this episode.
brief clips of the domed city are used for some exteriors
Same ending as Logan's interrogation by the central computer caused a logical error in it, ensuing the destruction of the city.
Marquee at the Pacific Theatres owned Cinerama Dome in Los Angeles, CA
still shot in Fedora's photo collage of Michael York
Several people in Logan's Run costumes identified as 'Logies' appear at the Space Questicon
Crow: "It's 'The Fugitive' meets 'Logan's Run,' with 'Please Don't Eat the Daisies' sprinkled in."
The cityscape from Logan's Run is outside Picard's window.
Clips and references
Dave mentions that this is his favorite movie
Title mentioned by Austin Powers
Bill: "If this were Logan's Run, I'd be Soylent Green by now."
star trek version of logan's run
Mentioned by Robert in toy store.
The main conflict seems to be based on Logan's Run.
a film the guys discuss re: screen nudity
title spoken by the professor
"You'll be dead in four years. If this were Logan's Run."
Ross says that this is the sexiest movie ever.
Warren uses the call names Francis 7 and Logan 5. He also mentions "Runner is tagged".
referenced as part of the documentary
Around 71 minutes in the film, Marvin and Kelli make a date to see the film together, the following Friday.
References quote "There is no sanctuary."
Benjamin's friend Ted has an erotic dream about the former's mother (Dr. Lydia Barnes) where he makes out with her after she tells him that she thinks Logan's Run is far better than Planet of the Apes.
Mentioned by Stephen Fry.
Mentioned by Brooker.
One of the nerds holds this film up while going on a rant about Sci-Fi.
The Twins resemble characters from this film
Mentioned on Deal or no Deal
Film artwork is shown in a magazine.
In Old World Blues, the trait Logan's Loophole is a reference to this film.
The concept is an homage.
Christy says "In Time" is "Logan's Run" meets "Bonnie and Clyde" meets Robin Hood
Clones are given a false promise of "renewal" and wear similar robes as those in Logan's Run.
Mentioned by Mike.
ruins of Washington, D.C.
After being turned into a teenage girl, Suzy give Bill the new name of Jessica. Jessica asks "Jessica?" and Suzy responds "Hello...Logan's Run."
Several Greendale students wear "Logan's Run" Sandman uniforms.
Rainbow hologram in a transparent cylinder
This 1970s sci-fi film is referred to.
The production design is an homage to a scene in this earlier movie
"And then Life Day ends where Logan's Run begins."
The blinking red light in the Disco Queen's hand is a reference to the "life-clock" crystal.
Rizzo confuses the film with Chicken Run.
mentioned by name
Homerish is seen drinking a bottle of "Logan's Rum" in the first segment
Mentioned by narrator
Mentioned as Logan is seen running in the film's final act
Logan's Run is #5.
Greg Nicotero says he channeled the film for the scenes on the streets of a zombie infested Washington DC.
Scenes of the City of Domes and the Carousel ritual are reused in this pilot episode.
This film's theatrical trailer is featured.
The future depicted in Logan's Run is #1.
Logan 5 is #6.
Logan's Run is #5.
The future depicted in Logan's Run is #5.
The flameguns get an honorable mention.
City of Domes of 2274 is #3.
Logan's Run gets an honorable mention.
This episode is a parody of the film.
Mark has a dream about this film.
Brian asks his psychiatrist if he's seen "Logan's Run", and a parody flashback ensues.
When the gem in the hand of the 25 year old VJ Sepulveda flashes red, she is removed.
The children of South Park make sacrifices, and they call it Carousel, like in Logan's Run.
Milk has expired and his lifeclock blinks
Stewie watches a film called Really Depressing 1970's Sci-Fi Movie Starring a Guy in a Turtleneck and one character looks a lot like Logan from Logan's Run.
Box has a passion to dance