Little Caesar (1931)
Footage used to make this short film
The narrator mentions the movie by name.
Robinson mentions his signature role.
Mentioned by tour guide
Mr. Gillis does an impreession of Edward G. Robinson from this film.
With regards to his gambling, Kitty quips that Ace is "playing Little Caesar".
The gangster ventriloquist dummy is named "Little Caesar."
Mentioned as Edward G. Robinson is introduced.
When director Mervyn LeRoy is introduced among the spectators, Rocky mentions the film
Skipper acts out the final scene, mocking his mother.
The tuxedo-clad Fred mentions this film, then puts a cigar in his mouth and does an Edward G. Robinson impression.
This is the movie Pike is thinking about in relation to the tommy gun in the violin case
still of Edward G. Robinson as Rico
During the pie fight at the Warner Brothers commisary, a picture of Edward G. Robinson dressed as Rico can be glimpsed very briefly on the back wall.
Larry imitates Edward G. Robinson as Little Caesar
Rico's line, "Is this the end of Rico?" is Edward G. Robinson's last line in Little Caesar
Title outside the cinema when George C. Scott and his son are first appearing in the movie
Daddy Warbucks says that Miss Hannigan is "Dancing in [her] shanties/ with some old geezer/ called Little Caesar."
A movie poster is displayed on Larry's office.
Steele calls baby Little Caesar
Referenced in "Whatever Happened to the Heroes" musical number
"Is this the end of Igthorn?"
"Is this the end of Mambo?"
Confusing Edward G. Robinson with Humphrey Bogart, Sam says, "Stick 'em up, you mug!"
Peter does a variation of Robinson's iconic "copper" line.
Some scenes are featured.
Donald says "is this the end of Rico?" while in the hospital.
When Baby Oopsy-Daisy's head is shot off, she echoes the famous Edward G. Robinson line from the film's climax, saying, "Mother of Satan! Can this be the end of Baby Oopsy-Daisy?"
Leary mocks Enrico's final standoff when talking about smoking,
The Edward G. Robinson sound-alike Chief Wiggum shouting "Mother of mercy"
Title card from trailer
title clip from movie
Still highlights negative stereotyping of Italians
a poster of Edward G. Robinson from the film
"Mother of mercy, could this be the end of Rico?"
Junior quotes the "Mother of Mercy" line.
referred to in conversation
Joke credits in "Antony & Cleopatra" sketch list Little Caesar as played by Edward G. Robinson
Larry Cohen mentions it.
The name of Anthony LaPaglia's hit TV show is the same as the 1931 classic.
Documentary about this film.
correct response in "Movies' Last Lines" category
Alex quotes the line "Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico?" from the film
Poster is shown. Referenced by Richard Schickel.
A image of Edward G. Robinson is visible in the cab of Cruncher Block's truck
Arok the Hutt is modelled after Edward G. Robinson as Rico
mentioned by Al Capone
Caesar Enrico Bandello is #38 on the "Villains" list.
Excerpts appear in the film.
A clip is shown
The quote "Mother of mercy, is this the end of Rico?" is #73 on the list.
Clips from this film are featured.
This film is #9 on the "Gangster" list.
scene with Edward G. Robinson, as Eric Lax discusses Warner Bros. films
Larry Cohen mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
The name of Little Cheeser is a pun on this movie's title.
Lemmon imitates Robinson.
Goober does a take-off on Edward G. Robinson
"Oh great duck in Heaven, is this the end of Howard?"
Caesar looks, talks and acts like Edward G. Robinson from the this movie.
When Rico was caught, he asked, "Mother of Mercy! Is this the end of Rico?"
The Archie gang performs "Really Big Caesar."