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Die Hard is an action movie series owned by 20th Century Studios.
- Die Hard (July 15, 1988)
- Die Hard 2 (July 4, 1990)
- Die Hard with a Vengeance (May 19, 1995)
- Live Free or Die Hard (June 27, 2007)
- A Good Day to Die Hard (February 14, 2013)
- Die Hard (July 19, 1991), Commodore 64, NES, DOS, Turbografx-16.
- Die Hard 2: Die Harder (???), MS-DOS, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST.
- Die Hard Arcade (1996), Arcade, Sega Saturn. Released as an original property, Dynamite Deka, in Japan.
- Die Hard Trilogy (August 31, 1996), PlayStation, Microsoft Windows, Sega Saturn.
- Die Hard Trilogy 2 (February 29, 2000), PlayStation, PC.
- Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza (April 22, 2002), PC.
- Die Hard: Vendetta (November 15, 2002), GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox.
- Die Hard (???), Java phones.
- Die Hard 4.0: The Mobile Game
- A Good Day to Die Hard (February 14, 2013), iOS, Android, Kindle Fire.
- Die Hard: Year One (September 30, 2009 - April 12, 2010)
- A Million Ways to Die Hard (October 16, 2018)
A Die Hard Christmas (October 24, 2017)
Links to other series
|The Simpsons||July 4, 1990||An episode of The Simpsons is seen on a TV in Die Hard 2; Homer writes a letter to Die Hard in the Simpsons episode "My Mother the Carjacker".||2|
|Loaded Weapon 1||February 5, 1993||A character resembling John McClane from Die Hard appears in Loaded Weapon 1.||3|
|Dynamite Deka||July 1996||Dynamite Deka is a spinoff of Die Hard Arcade.||1|
|Dexter's Laboratory||April 22, 1998||Various scenes of the Dexter's Laboratory episode "Blackfoot and Slim" spoof Die Hard.||3|
|Friends||November 9, 2000||Die Hard is mentioned several times in the Friends episode "The One With The Nap Partners".||2|
|Spider-Man||October 19, 2001||During a scene in Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro, Spider-Man will sometimes say "Come out to the coast, have a few laughs", a line from Die Hard.||3|
|The Fairly OddParents||March 22, 2002||There are several references to Die Hard in The Fairly OddParents episode "Action Packed".||3|
|Shark Tale||October 1, 2004||There is a reference to Die Hard in Shark Tale.||3|
|The Office||September 21, 2006||Die Hard is mentioned in several episodes of The Office.||2|
|Supernatural||April 19, 2007||Several episodes of Supernatural feature references to Die Hard.||2|
|Angry Video Game Nerd||June 5, 2007||The twenty-eighth episode of The Angry Video Game Nerd is a review of the NES game Die Hard.||2|
|Alvin and the Chipmunks||December 14, 2007||During a scene in Alvin and the Chipmunks, Alvin says "Yippee ki yay, mamacita!", a reference to a similar quote in Die Hard.||3|
|Rio||March 22, 2011||Die Hard is referenced several times in Rio; a parody titled Fly Hard is mentioned.||3|
|Jump Street||March 16, 2012||Die Hard is mentioned in 21 Jump Street.||2|
|The Irate Gamer||February 08, 2013||The Irate Gamer reviews Die Hard on NES||2|
|Brooklyn Nine-Nine||October 1, 2013||Die Hard is the favorite movie of Brooklyn Nine-Nine character Jake Peralta, and is mentioned frequently throughout the series.||2|
|Bob's Burgers||October 4, 2014||Gene creates a musical based on Die Hard in the Bob's Burgers episode "Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl".||2|
|The Amazing World of Gumball||July 3, 2014||The episode "The Recipe" of The Amazing World of Gumball features several references to Die Hard.||3|
|Pop Team Epic||January 31, 2018||All three DVD release covers of the Pop Team Epic anime are parodies of Die Hard posters.||3|
|Puppy Dog Pals||March 23, 2018||There is a reference to Die Hard in the Puppy Dog Pals episode "The Great Shirt Rescue".||3|
|The Lego Movie||February 8, 2019||Die Hard is referenced in The Lego Movie 2.||3|
|Avengers (Marvel)||April 26, 2019||Die Hard is mentioned in Avengers: Endgame.||2|
|Nostalgia Critic||December 25, 2019||The Nostalgia Critic reviews Die Hard.||2|
|Murder by Numbers||March 5, 2020||John McClane, the protagonist of Die Hard, is mentioned in Murder by Numbers.||2|
|Call of Duty||May 20, 2021||In the event featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Mobile called '80s Action Heroes, the event features John McClane from Die Hard.||1|
|Solar Opposites||November 22, 2021||Terry mentions Die Hard in the Solar Opposites episode "A Very Solar Holiday Opposites Special".||2|