many scenes shown
in both movies there's a scene inside a little one-chamber-building and then the wind comes up and the building starts to move and a man slides from one side to another.
Curly starts to mimic the potato dance scene with bread rolls before being interrupted by Moe.
The scene where Bugs and the Inuit teeter-totter over a precipice whilst Bugs urges the Inuit not to breathe so hard mirrors an earlier scene in The Gold Rush
In the train Bugs Bunny calls a big guy Mack. This guy looks a lot like Mack Swain from the Gold Rush. And in both movies Mack likes chicken and is hungry.
Tom eats his own shoe, the laces he eats like spaghetti
Anna Karina references the dance with the roles by Charlie Chaplin with her hands before the dance sequence.
Bridget describes seeing a comedy featuring Charlie Chaplin eating his shoe.
The Chaplin film is mentioned
mentioned by Emmy Lopez Dias' character
Miss Mamie Baldwin says "Papa took us to see Mr. Chaplin in 'The Gold Rush' " followed by her sister, Miss Emily's, comment "Papa loved the part where Charlie ate his shoe!"
Paynter invites Virginia to view it in his home theater.
Arnold mentions Charlie Chaplin eating his shoe
in part I - pictures shown
In the BBQ/Pool scene 'Bar-B-Que Boy' picks up to grilling forks with sausages on them and does a quick reference to Chaplin's dance with the two potatoes on forks. At approximately 56 min into the film.
Margarethe Drombusch, Frau Werbelhoff and Dr. Schüler watch the movie in cinema.
The character of Big Jim is named from the character of Big Jim in The Gold Rush, but in that film Big Jim is a giant of a man, where in Palm Harbor Vice, he is a young boy.
The Charlie Chaplin hobo eating a boot references the film.
Brief scene which collapses The Gold Rush into one, includes the cabin, eating a shoe and the chicken suit.
In both movies the hero is hungry and he eats his own shoe
The shoe-eating scene
One of several movies we see a fake animated clip of in the opening of this episode.
Abe Simpsons re-enacts the forks with buns for legs and feet scene from this movie, then a lawyer shows up with some goons and says he can't allow this immitation of copyrighted Charlie Chaplin material.
Homer and Burns are trapped in a cabin in the snow just like The Lone Prospector and Big Jim McKay in "The Gold Rush." Like Big Jim McKay, they also start to hallucinate.
Daksh Mittal (when a little drunk) performs the "Dance of the Rolls" in a diner partway through the movie
In "Island", the hunger-induced delirium, which causes someone to mistake something inedible as food, refers to this movie
The scene that Chaplin is eating his shoe is mentioned twice
This Movie is mentioned verbally briefly
The film was advertised as being shown at the cinema.
The scene where Charles Chaplin and Big Jim eat a boot
Harry and Ruth mention the film and it's Star Charlie Chaplin when he asks her on a date.
In "That A Ghost", at the end, Fat Dudley eats a shoe, which is what Charlie Chaplin does, as well
Mentioned by Gibbs over Tony's comment on how he'd go out.
Charlie Chaplin impersonation
Included in a $300 question
In the uncut version, Jay imitates Chaplin's "dinner roll dance"
DVD cover shown.
scene with bread on forks as feet and legs
wax figure of Charlie Chaplin is shown.
Chaplin's film is seen playing in the movie theatre
Footage of this movie were used when Fozzie imagine being friends with Charlie Chaplin.
At the end, one of the scenes that Salvatore sees is the scene where Georgia Hale kisses Charles Chaplin
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
This film is #74 on the list.
This film is #25 on the list.
DVD release reviewed + footage used
They show the film.
Clips shown in a segment on Charlie Chaplin's character The Tramp.
This film is #58 on the list.
Clip shown during intro: Chaplin's cane sinks into the snow.
Mr. Popper entertains the penguins with this among other Charlie Chaplin films
Clips, mentioned as a nominated re-release.
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Roscoe Arbuckle does the famous dance of the bread rolls in this movie. Chaplin does it in The Gold Rush.
A 4-minute scene where Liszt reminisces about his new life with Marie shows Roger Daltrey dressed as Chaplin in a cabin with no dialogue. The film is also slightly overcranked to mimic the framerate of silent-era Chaplin movies.
The opening scene, where Detective Dave searches for and finds Detective Mandy, is done as a silent film, in sepia tone with old time piano music over it and intertitle cards revealing the dialogue, in a parody of Chaplin's The Gold Rush (1925).
cooked boots as dinner (just before the kid receives the rat as gift)
In a spoof of The Gold Rush, Grandpa Bud sticks his forks into the meatballs at the dinner table, then starts making them dance like the meatballs are feet and the forks are legs.