Chariots of Fire (1981)
Music from this movie is used.
Harold first sees Sybil in a production of this operetta.
Sybil takes part in a production of Three Little Maids
Harold and his friends sing "For He Is an Englishman."
Eric Liddell refers to "the heather on the hill" in his speech in the highlands of Scotland.
Title mentioned during Focus on Film
Poster visible and title on marquee at Cannes
Referenced in "'The Loneliness of the Long Distance Garlic-Eater" promo
the Chariots of Fire theme is heard during Murray's attempt at running
Theme music heard while Compo is training.
Chariots of Fire theme is heard during animal spot.
Tom mentions the movie while training on the beach with Steven
The theme-song plays as the three friends race.
Mentioned by Joel as the astronauts are seen running
theme music is played during men's 1500 meter run and running is in slow motion
Julian and Miles sing the William Blake song Chariots of Fire which was popularized by use in the movie title.
Crow (as a character runs): "Chariots of Puss"
Mentioned several times.
"You look like an extra from Chariots of Fire."
Mentioned in film.
Dot says she will rent a nice movie which herself, Nick and Ashley can all watch together. Later on in the day Dot enthusiastically says, "Look what I've got! Chariots of Fire." Nick is unimpressed.
During a couple of Ren's pole-vaulting scenes, the music playing is a variation on the theme from the movie Chariots of Fire (1981).
theme music is played when Stian is running in slow motion
Referenced by name
Running on the beach with "Chariots of Fire" playing.
The theme from "Chariots of Fire" is played.
In a story on St. Andrews, Scotland, Erik mentions the beach that was featured in one of this movie's memorable scenes.
Miles picks up the DVD and performs the theme at Blockbuster
"Titles (Theme from Chariots of Fire" played during end credits
Slow-motion race between Daniel and Alexis, accompanied by the theme from Chariots of Fire.
George runs in slow-motion while music similar to the "Chariots" theme plays.
Main theme used in Michael's ad
The theme music from this movie is played in a segment on Robert Cheriot's slip at the finish of the 2006 Chicago Marathon.
Randy: "Hey, are you all here to watch me and Earl do one of those super slow running hugs like they did in that movie Cherries of Fire? I've been pratcicing", followed by Randy running in slow motion to the music from Chariots of Fire.
The film is mentioned by the narrator, and a movie poster is seen.
The music when characters move in slow motion is a reference to this film and its slow motion sequences.
The theme from this movie is played in a segment of viewer captions for a photo.
The theme from Chariots of Fire played.
"Birdemic" contains a variation of "Chariots of Fire" main theme.
Subject of a $25,000 question
The movie's theme song is played during a running race.
During the game of Charades, Mark's dad does this.
The "Chariots of Fire" theme plays as Leslie makes her pitch to Chris and Ben.
The narrator, Keith Allen, says that Dodi Fayed "first showed his cinematic talent in 1981 as executive producer of the Oscar-winning film, Chariots of Fire".
Recreation of the famous beach scene (including the Vangelis score) which was filmed in St Andrews.
mentioned by Louis
Mentioned by the commentator when he talks about Sam Newman in The Footy Show Games segment.
Mentioned several times.
The theme plays during a battle scene
"This was no Chariots of Fire."
"This movie is just like Chariots of Fire. Both of them have...uh...running, I guess."
Jimmy presents the theme music as recorded by a "gulp symphony"
Theme music is heard when Bitzer and the farmer are running.
Mentioned by the Nostalgia Critic
Theme song played during closing credits
Britta and Rick discuss the movie.
correct answer in "'80s Films" category
correct answer in "Sports Movies" category
Answer to a question
correct response in "Pop Culture Cross-Dressing" category
Appears in the movie listings in Adam's newspaper.
After Chariot is revealed as the correct answer to a question about the vehicle depicted by the seventh trump card of standard Tarot decks asked when Tony and the Chaser go head to head, Andrew O'Keefe says of Tony, "This chariot's on fire."
correct response in "Great Scot!" category
One of the main influences on this movie.
Andrea McLean mentions the film
It's discussed in the 1981 episode.
This film is #100 on the list.
Some clips from this movie are shown when it is the subject of a segment.
clips appear in documentary
Featured in Best Picture montage.
Clips shown in a segment on its main theme.
Clips shown in a segment.
Theme music plays during the Snob's run during the title sequence.
clips shown and title/theme music discussed
Seen in 90 Years of Oscars montage
running on the beach scene
The race is in slow motion; in addition, a "Chariots of Fire" knockoff soundtrack is heard
The title is a spoof on this classic film.
The music as Magnum tries to catch a ball and lands in a flower bed, is parodying the theme music by Vangelis from the film.
"Chariots of Herrings" is a parody of the film.
Music score spoofed.
At the end of the obstacle course, Screech and Butch run in slow-motion through the tires while a send-up of the "Chariots of Fire" theme plays.
The music in the Itchy and Scratchy cartoon is a parody of music in this film.
Music during the characters' slow-motion athletic failures is reminiscent of the Chariots of Fire theme
There is a sequence involving Fran and C.C. racing in slow motion to the movie's theme music.
Theme music heard as Ed & Dex run up to Shaq in slow motion
The final sequence of events at the end is a parody of the film Chariots of Fire.
Theme plays while The Grinch competes in a sack race
slo-mo running scene with similar music
Theme used for the "cheesy inspirational music."
Music when the Janitor races
The running scene in the hallway
Alan is imitating slow-motion running on the beach, like in the opening scene of that film, and is singing the score from that scene.
Slow motion running scene.
"Chariots of Fire" plays as Chuck prepares and begins to powerwalk
The cast send up the scene of the athletes running along the beach in the opening skit.
there's a running scene with the vangelis song from that movie
theme plays as Sue hobbles across the finish line on crutches
"Cargos de fuego" sketch (Judges have a race and Vangelis' score plays during it)
When Spider-Man punches Deadpool during the office scene, Deadpool flies through the air in slow motion while the theme of Chariots of Fire plays, as that movie featured lots of slow motion.
Theme heard during one-legged race
Theme featured when the Griswolds get to Wally World, as in the original Vacation.
When Milo crosses the finish line in "The Race," the music is a parody of the "Chariots of Fire" theme.