The Thin Man (1934)
Reporter: "You said you'd retired in New York; but, I noticed you took that Thin Man case."
Steve asks Isobel about her wirehair, a reference to Nick and Nora's dog, Asta.
Policeman: "I follow all your cases. We still talk about the Thin Man job and the [After the Thin Man] Landis case."
Referred to by Skelton in conversation.with Morris Ankrum
Kathleen refers to the film by name, and it's star - William Powell
The Thin Man series of movies is mentioned as part of Myrna Loy's filmography.
Mentioned as part of William Powell's filmography.
In the Memorable quote Trapper says "Who do you think you are? The Thin Man?
William Powell - Myrna Loy films are mentioned during the confession scene.
The poster for this classic film is one of four that are framed and hung on the apartment wall of Remington Steele (Pierce Brosnan) in various episodes of the television series "Remington Steele" (1982-1987). The other three posters are Hotel Imperial (1939), Casablanca (1942), and Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious (1946).
Steele attempts to reveal the killers identity at a fancy dinner, just as William Powell did in The Thin Man. He also watched the movie scene on the television in the back of the Remington Steele company limo.
mentioned once by Remington Steel to solve the charade
There is a poster for the film outside the cinema.
Crow: "Suddenly, the Thin Man enters."
A poster of this film can be seen.
Referenced by name during Cornfed's case wrap up.
Tom: "Meanwhile, the Thin Man arrives at the White House."
"Zing! It's like Nick and Nora Charles!"
Servo: It's like Nick and Nora Charles.
Nick and Nora Charles referenced.
Grace mentions the movie by name.
Grace mentions Myrna Loy's role in the movie.
Lorelai mentions the film's main characters.
Xander tells Anya "I have a hard time imagining Nick and Nora Fury hiding out from their relatives in the bathroom." This cleverly conflates the Marvel Comics character Nick Fury with Nick & Nora Charles, the suave detectives played by Powell and Loy in the 1930/40s series
Patti mentions it.
"a Martini you always shake to a waltz..."
The characters discuss this movie in one scene.
The senator mentions Nora Charles.
Nicky Flippers is a version of Nick Charles, right down to the thin moustache and name.
Demonstrating how to make a proper Martini, Alton instructs, "Shake sideways, like Dick Powell did in 'The Thin Man'."
Character comments on the names Nick and Nora, as in this film.
Edward painted the only portrait of Dashiell Hammet, it now hangs in the National Portrait Gallery
Mentioned in Oscar broadcast.
Advertisement on the wall when Kit finds the dog
crossword hint: 'The Thin Man' pooch
The title characters are a reference to Nick and Nora Charles of "The Thin Man" films.
inspired by detectives Nick and Nora Charles
The Thin Man's dog is a crossword puzzle clue
Subject of an $8,000 question
Movie referenced in this episode.
Snob regards its plot as one of the best ever
Gladys asks Kate if she has seen the Thin Man movies.
Mitch and Joy talk about the film
Castle mentions Nick and Nora Charles and compares Beckett and him to them.
wax figures of William Powell and Myrna Loy are shown.
clip shown of William Powell throwing pillow at gunman
This film is #32 on the list.
A clip is shown
clips are shown during Kartina Richardson's segment
Clip is presented
The characters Dick and Dora Charleston are spoof of Nick and Nora Charles.