She Done Him Wrong (1933)
Mae West wears her costume from this movie.
One of the maids impersonates Mae West from this film.
West's line "Come up and see me..." is quoted.
Eve Fallon parodies Mae West, who picked out Cary Grant to star with her in She Done Him Wrong. "...if you happen to be around my way, come up and see me sometime."
footage from premiere
Mister Ed paraphrases the famous line from the movie when he tells Mae West that he'd like to come up and see her sometime.
little Rosalie (as Mae West) says "Come up sometime and see me" at the end of her song
Referenced by name.
Mentioned in dialogue
A still photograph of Mae West from the movie is shown.
"Oh, why don't you up and see me some time? Oh."
Babs dresses up as Lou and says, "Don't come up and see me sometime."
Babs imitates Mae West and says, "Come up and see me sometime."
Jerry remarks that Elaine invites men "to go upstairs like you're Mae West."
In the credits sequence, Sabrina dresses as Mae West and says a line from the film.
The movie is playing at the local cinema.
Quote: Lady Lou (Mae West): "Is that a pistol in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?"
"Come back and see me sometime"
referenced in clue in "Before & After" category
woman says "Come up and see me sometime."
Mae West says "Why don't you come up and bleed some time?"
"Why don't you come up and see me sometime?"
Clue: "One of the first times a movie star received a fancy trailer as a perk was in 1931. Paramount gave a Chevy House Car to this sexy star, as she left the stage to make movies like 'She Done Him Wrong."
Oswin says, "Come up and see me sometime."
Michelle Visage misquotes when discussing Penny Tration's runway look: "I get the whole Mae West kinda 'come up and see me sometime' thing going on."
Tim and the Chaser have to complete this movie title in a question asked when they go head to head.
One of the Critic's David Bowie dick jokes is "Is that Gonzo's nose in your pants or are you just happy to see me?"
Wax figure of Mae West is shown.
Comedic romantic banter between Grant and West
clip shown of Mae West telling Cary Grant "come up sometime and see me"
This film is #75 on the list.
The quote "Why don't you come up sometime and see me?" is #26 on the list.
clips are shown as Kendra talks about Mae West
Some clips from this movie are shown when a segment on the line "Is that a gun in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me?" looks at some other memorable lines from Mae West.
The mechanical mouse keeps repeating "Come up and see me some time" in the voice of Mae West.
Mimicking Mae West, Lolo LaVerne says, "I'm gonna go up and see him some time".
Spoofed in "Do Not, Not Disturb" on Turner Classic Movies