A screen shot taken from the Crazy Cats comedy Damasarete Moraimasu (1971), which was partially filmed in New York. Damasarete Moraimasu © 1971, Toho Co., Ltd.
During the New York sequences, in which Crazy Cats Hitoshi Ueki and Kei Tani dance and sing around famous places in the Big Apple, a movie theater screening the film Pigeons (1970) is clearly (but briefly) visible.
Why is that notable? Pigeons is an alternate title for The Sidelong Glances of a Pigeon Kicker, after which this blog was named. (Technically, however, this blog's name owes more to Gene Siskel's reference to the movie title on an old episode of Siskel & Ebert than it does to the film itself, which I've still never seen.)
All that aside, I was floored to see that this blog's namesake actually made it into a Toho film! So I guess this blog is officially Toho canon then, eh?