A scene in The Love Bug features an Irish whisky brand called O'Gill's, possibly an allusion to another Disney fantasy comedy.
similar effects are used to create the illusion of little people
Dana Broccoli's discusses the Sean Connery starring Disney film about leprechauns and little people that producer Albert R. Broccoli saw him in at Samuel Goldwyn studio screening.
Fiscus refers to the film.
Crow: "'Darby O'Gill and the Little People' will be back after this."
The special effects are discussed.
Title character mentioned by Dana Carvey when doing his impression of his mother.
Title mentioned and poster shown on screen
Title mentioned during Top O' the Morning.
This film is mentioned by name.
Main Character's name is Darby and he is the son of Farmer O'Gill. Therefore his full name is Darby O'Gill.
an Irish man is called Darby O'Gill
The Death Coach that chases Scrooge in the "future" sequence appears to be modeled on the "Costa Bower" from Disney's 1959 classic.
Booth tells them to get Darby O'Gill out of the sinkhole
Rob Walker mentions this as a great goofy scary movie by Disney.
"At least Toby isn't in the Darby O'Gill and the Little People line of clothing."
This episode promotes the film's release
The Banshee is at spot number 1.
Clips of this film are shown during the interview with Gregg Goldstein about the film career of Sean Connery.
The Nostalgia Critic admits that The Banshee from the film isn't the scariest nostalgic moment in the #10 pick.
Footage is shown.
The Banshee gets an honorable mention.
Darby O'Gill and the Little People is #8.