For references within the movie, see the Shout Out page.
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- Astérix: In the French version fish monger Ordralfabetix' wife is called Ielosubmarine.
Live Action TV
- In Homestuck, the Captor lusus is a "Bicyclops". To further cement the reference, their blood color is yellow.
- Futurama: Bender's Game features a parody of the movie with the Planet Express ship getting more "submarine-shaped".
- In the The Simpsons Last Exit To Springfield episode Lisa has a dream sequence under the influence of laughing gas, inspired by imagery from the movie, even with the Beatles passing by in a zeppelin, rather than a submarine. The same episode has a shot of part of Mr. Burns' mansion — a ridiculously long corridor studded with doors on both sides.
- The Batman: The Animated Series episode "What Is Reality?" features a hallway of Scooby-Dooby Doors like this film — in which one door opened by John precipitates a train roaring outward; likewise, when Batman opens a door labeled "Crazy Intent", a loco-motive roars out.
- The Powerpuff Girls episode "Meet the Beat-Alls" has two brief appearances by the Fab Four themselves: one with the character designs from this film, the other with the designs from their 1965 series. Sergeant Pepper from the Townsville police is based on Old Fred. And he requests assistance by quoting/paraphrasing the lyrics to Help!, much like Fred does in Yellow Submarine.
- The Super Jail episode "Don't Be A Negaton" features a shared hallucination that begins with visuals similar to the ones in the film (referenced with the Twins riding a Submarine-like thing) and then becomes something MUCH worse.
- The Teen Titans episodes featuring "Mad Mod", especially the second of the two, "Revolution", employ visuals that are a large-scale homage to this film.
- The Danger Mouse episode "The Dream Machine" has DM and Penfold inside Baron Greenback's dream cloud which has a series of doors with strange things emerging from them.
- The end credits sequence from Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is an homage to the film.
- In the first episode of the South Park "Imaginationland" trilogy, when the boys first go to Imaginationland, one of the imaginary creatures to greet them is a Blue Meanie.