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* ''Film/AboutScout'': Sam thinks the talk show Scout's watching is too depressing and changes the channel to ''To Kill a Mockingbird''. He assumes Scout was named after the movie's protagonist, but she tells him she was actually named after Creator/DemiMoore's daughter.

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* ''Film/AlmostFamous'': The opening credits of the film are an homage to the opening credits of ''To Kill a Mockingbird'', and in the first scene, William and his mother are discussing the movie. Later, when his mother takes William to the Music/BlackSabbath concert, she reminds him he wanted to be Atticus Finch when he was younger.

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* ''Film/VanillaSky'': [[spoiler: Dr. [=McCabe=], the psychiatrist treating David, is somewhat of a father figure in the vein of Atticus Finch. Later, when David learns everything involving [=McCabe=] was AllJustADream, we find out ''To Kill a Mockingbird'' was one of his favorite movies growing up - it's the movie the prison guard is watching on TV - it makes sense David would imagine his psychiatrist being an Atticus Finch figure]].


* Will from ''Literature/IfIFallIfIDie'' compares his mother's refusal to go outside to Miss Havisham.

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* Will from ''Literature/IfIFallIfIDie'' compares his mother's refusal to go outside to Miss Havisham.
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* Will from ''Literature/IfIFallIfIDie'' compares his mother's refusal to go outside to Miss Havisham.


''Series/PowerRangersJungleFury'': "[[Recap/PowerRangersJungleFuryS1E31PathOfTheRighteous Path of the Righteous]]" opens with Dominic reading the book, and he summarizes it as how one man is willing to stand up for his beliefs against all odds. As he struggles with being the only one who believes Jarrod can be redeemed, Casey takes this to heart.

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* ''Series/PowerRangersJungleFury'': "[[Recap/PowerRangersJungleFuryS1E31PathOfTheRighteous Path of the Righteous]]" opens with Dominic reading the book, and he summarizes it as how one man is willing to stand up for his beliefs against all odds. As he struggles with being the only one who believes Jarrod can be redeemed, Casey takes this to heart.


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* The book is ComicBook/{{Superman}}'s favorite.




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''Series/PowerRangersJungleFury'': "[[Recap/PowerRangersJungleFuryS1E31PathOfTheRighteous Path of the Righteous]]" opens with Dominic reading the book, and he summarizes it as how one man is willing to stand up for his beliefs against all odds. As he struggles with being the only one who believes Jarrod can be redeemed, Casey takes this to heart.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' had an episode called "Daddicus Finch" where Lisa, who had this book as her required reading, views Homer as Atticus. They also watch the movie together.

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an episode called "Daddicus Finch" where Lisa, who had this book as her required reading, views Homer as Atticus. They also watch the movie together.together.
** In the much earlier episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E10DiatribeOfAMadHousewife Diatribe of a Mad Housewife]]", Homer expresses disappointment with the book, stating that it only taught him racial tolerance instead of how to kill mockingbirds.


* In a flashback in ''Series/TheGoodDoctor'' episode "Zero Point Three Percent," Shaun gives Steve a copy of the book for his birthday. In the present day, he reads part of the book to Evan.

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* In a flashback in ''Series/TheGoodDoctor'' episode "Zero Point Three Percent," Shaun gives Steve a copy of the book for his birthday. In the present day, he reads part of the book to Evan.Evan.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' had an episode called "Daddicus Finch" where Lisa, who had this book as her required reading, views Homer as Atticus. They also watch the movie together.

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* In ''Literature/ViralNation'', Waverly leaves a copy of ''To Kill a Mockingbird'' in Clover and Bridget's room.


* In a flashback in ''Series/TheGoodDoctor'' episode "Zero Point Three Percent," Shaun gives Steve a copy of the book for his birthday.

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* In a flashback in ''Series/TheGoodDoctor'' episode "Zero Point Three Percent," Shaun gives Steve a copy of the book for his birthday. In the present day, he reads part of the book to Evan.

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* In a flashback in ''Series/TheGoodDoctor'' episode "Zero Point Three Percent," Shaun gives Steve a copy of the book for his birthday.

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