My Own Private Idaho (1991)
The German text recited by Hans during his hotel room performance is taken directly from the journal of Dr. Mabuse read by Prof. Baum in his study.
Richard tells Mike about how his mother shot a man during a screening of this film.
The opening scene mimics the moments before Hitchcock's infamous crop duster scene.
The "Scott and Bob" subplot is an Oregon retelling of "Hal and Falstaff"'s story, with several visual references to Orson Welles' interpretation.
The final scene in the film, made a little more benign--and on an Idaho road.
On the rooftop when Mike is waking up and Bob is returning to the city with Budd, Matt Dillon's voice from this movie can be heard on a television in the distance.
Jay wears a "My Own Private Idaho" t-shirt
Referenced during the "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues" review.
Referenced in Mike's one-man Keanu Reeves show
Poster on a wall
Mentioned in Directors on Directing
Poster in Angela's bedroom.
Servo: Keanu Reeves in My Own Private Airfield.
Includes clips and discusses making of
Movie poster shown on wall during argument
Referenced during the "Johns" review.
The poster is shown hanging in Ping's room.
Mentioned by Kasdan.
Shows clips with Keanu Reeves.
Sawyer references by name
James mentions it.
mentioned by Turtle
Mentioned in a review of Milk as another movie on which Gus van Sant has worked.
Title mentioned during Keanu Reeves' speech
mentioned by Ash
another film by Gus Van Sant
mentioned among New Queer Cinema movies
Mentioned by narrator.
A website named OurOwnPrivateIdaville.com is mentioned.
Poster seen outside video store.
Mike is watching the "Bad Dream House" segment of this episode on TV
a clip from this film is shown
Poster on the wall
A clip featuring Mike Waters is shown.
features a clip of the film
Clips shown in a segment on River Phoenix.
Van Sant's third film
Footage use. 1991, Director: Gus Van Sant. Udo Kier and William Richert talk that time.
A clip is shown.
A clip is shown.
My Own Private Idaho, which borrowed from "Henry IV", is #6.