It's a Gift (1934)
Trooper LaFong named after one of the running gags in the movie where the insurance salesman is looking for Carl LaFong.
The toy manufacturer's name, Mr. Mucklehoney, comes from the scene in which W.C. Fields is trying to dissuade the blind man from wrecking his store by calling out soothingly, "Mr. Muckle, dear!" and "Mr. Muckle, honey!"
The Carl LaFong Trio (artist listed for the song "Let There Be Drums") is named after one of the running gags in the movie where the insurance salesman is looking for Carl LaFong.
shown on screen at drive-in in final scene (incorrectly in wide-screen; was shot 1.37:1)
Character name "Carl LaFong"
Breakfast table scene
This film is #58 on the list.
Tony is watching the film while lying in bed and eating cake.
Tony watches it
Shawn and Abigail watch it on their date.
Clips from this film are shown in These Amazing Shadows.