Duel (1971 TV Movie)
The exact same roaring dinosaur sound effect when the truck goes over the cliff was re-mixed and used for when the shark falls to the bottom of the sea.
Shots from Duel are used throughout the entire episode
The truck is shown following the Main Guy
When trying to identify the trucker at Chuck's Cafe, David Mann's approach is the same as Murakami's at the railway station.
Title seen on cinema marquee in the very beginning of the film
A mysterious truck driver wearing dark glasses tries to run Jim off the road in a compact car, just like in Duel.
Steven Spielberg mentions this movie he made at age 22.
Similar issues, scenario, environment and psychological atmosphere.
Stephen King discusses the film.
Musashi mentions the film because they experience a similar situation.
Desert highway setting; terrorized motorist
Closely imitated in scene where Richard Gere's car is run off the road by a semi.
Various low shots of legs and boots only ; Style and editing of the opening vehicle chase sequence.
Numerous mentions of the movie, including a joking comment about trucks by Dennis Weaver.
The chase between MacGyver and the truck is highly reminiscent of this movie
The truck chase scenes were inspired by Spielberg's film
Standoff in the tunnel
Tom: "Duel 2: The Trucker's Story"
Finnish title reference.
Referenced in the "Variety Speak" song
This earlier film of Steven Spielberg is discussed.
Discussed: Same actress and gas station used in the gas station sequence used for both 'Duel' and '1941'.
Two scenes with a cabover truck trying to kill someone or run a car off the road.
The chase between Taggart and the truck is highly reminiscent of this movie
Rimmer points to a scar, saying "From a fight, years ago. Duel." then clarifies he wasn't in an a duel but was hit with a video case for this film.
Where the semi crashes into the phone booth
Black truck / red car smashing on hills
Ice truck at gas station scene. See trivia.
referenced as part of the documentary
One of the references in "Themed Restaurant".
Images of the large truck rear-ending the small car
bikers pass by the same car, chased by the same truck
The scene where the big truck "threatens" the car
The main character's name is Tom Weaver... same last name as Duel's main actor. A pickup truck in the garage has "GREBLIEPS PAINTING" written on it. Greblieps is Spielberg spelled backwards. Early in the movie we can see somebody who looks just like Dennis Weaver driving by in a red Valiant, the same car that Weaver drives in "Duel". The black car is very similar to Duel's truck (massive, black windows, you can't see the driver, etc.)
The train scene where the truck pushes a car
DVD is shown in Amanda's house.
Episode title reference.
Homage to the Spielberg film, down to the "driverless" truck "roaring" like a monster
Title appears in the Wyoming movie theater.
Ignatiy mentions that the film is referenced in "Paul"
Ignatiy mentions that a marquee for a theater playing the film is seen in "Paul"
Opening of episode features a semi-truck chasing a man in a car
People on a road unexpectedly faces a disturbed vehicle driver.
License plate 149 PCE on "show within show" red car
The elaborate truck chase sequence, from the Jeep's color, to the stretch of roadway and even the final topple off the side of the cliff
Two scenes: one shows the lizard seen in the car window as a hommage to the truck seen in David Mann's car window. The other is when Petar runs accross the road and suddenly stops when he spots the lizard at the other end, waiting, almost the same when Mann stops his car when he spots the truck waiting for him at the other end of the road.
Stalked by a semi-truck without seeing the driver
The Critic says: "This thing follows his subconscious like Freddy Krueger driving the truck from 'Duel'". Also, DVD is shown.
VHS is shown
DVD cover is shown.
directly mentioned in lyrics
Discussed by Joel King.
Mentioned by Danny Leigh during his interview with Steven Spielberg
Winckler compares a car crash to Spielberg's film
a clip is shown
Clips are shown of various Steven Spielberg movies, including this one.
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Number 67 on the list
clip shown in comparison to Hitchcock
The #4 pick.
Clips shown during Steven Spielberg tribute.
Mentioned as a good early 70's TV movie.
Clips of mistakes shown
Duel gets an honorable mention.
Duel is #10.
Clips are shown; film is discussed.
Clips are shown.
Lupin's gang being chased by a large truck is a parody to this film.
The episode 'Fuel' is a parody of the 1971 movie 'Duel'..
Train chases Ryan in the same manner as the truck in "Duel"
Same premise of a machine chasing a man, except this time it's a RC car
The whole storyline with the mysterious murderous trucker chasing Doug's ice cream truck is a dark parody.
An unknown truck chasing a car.
The Griswolds are pursued by a relentless trucker, like in this movie.