Blues Brothers, The Easter Eggs

An Eagle Tries to Fly - 6.9/10 with 64 votes
At the end of the movie, while the band is playing in prison, watch carefully when the camera shows the other inmates. The first convict that jumps up on the table (he is located right in front) is none other than Joe Walsh from the Eagles.
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Oz - 6.9/10 with 77 votes
In The Blues Brothers there's a delightful scene filmed in an abandoned mall outside of Chicago. Writer/actor Dan Ackroyd envisioned a flagrant car chase through the mall. The mall was refurbished for the police-brothers excessively destructive ride.

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Keeping It in the Family - 6.7/10 with 35 votes
This Egg is relevant for both The Blues Brothers and The Blues Brothers 2000.
For Aretha Franklin's song in both films, the thinnest of the back-up singers (and I apologize for pointing her out in that manner, but not having the film with me this very... more
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Graffiti on the Bridge - 6.4/10 with 108 votes
The bridge that the Blues Brothers hide their car under during the show, there is some graffiti that reads "John *heart* Debbie." This is a reference to director John Landis and his wife Deborah.
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Inside Joke! - 6.0/10 with 74 votes
The 'woman on the cutting-room floor' in the credits is John Landis' mother.

See You Next Wednesday - 5.4/10 with 12 votes
Another occurrence of the John Landis "See you next Wednesday" in-joke is the film poster behind which Charles Napier's Police Cruiser hides before starting to chase the boys. It too is for "See you Next Wednesday".

pic Spielberg Cameo - 4.8/10 with 156 votes
Near the end, when the brothers are trying to pay the tax, the clerk who finally opens the door, munching on a sandwich, is Steven Spielberg! I know it's a cameo, but it was so unexpected, I consider it an egg.
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