Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)
Title is spoken
Harry Ritz is costumed as Charles Laughton's version of Captain Bligh.
Peter says, "This picture's kind of like 'Mutiny on the County,' don't ya think? Or don't ya?"
Partygoer seen dressed as Captain Bligh
Curly makes an "on the bounty" wisecrack, in response to Moe's "mutiny" complaint.
Olive Oyl: "You keep away from me, you Mutineer on the Bounty!"
When they are being taken to the captain, Hope asks the officer if it's Captain Bligh.
Costello talks to Laughtin about that movie he was in with Gable and imitates his voice.
Captain Bligh mentioned
The ship used for the movie is shown.
George Murphy mentions the movie by name.
Groucho Marx cracks a jokes using the title to the film.
Dave says "Better take it easy. Here comes Cpt. Bligh."
Dennis Day jokingly paraphrases dialogue from the movie.
While studying history, Maynard mentions that Captain Bligh looks just like Charles Laughton.
Tinker does an impression of Bligh.
During the argument after the Betty Lou sinks, Rob alludes to himself and Jerry as Fletcher Christian and Captain Bligh
when Tony Curtiz's character says "You speak like Cap. Bligh"
Micky mentions Clark Gable's mutiny
Referenced by name.
Fred imitated Charles Laughton's portrayal of Capt. Bligh
Frank accuses Hawkeye of causing a "mutiny on the bus," and he replies, "It was a B movie; they couldn't afford the 'Bounty.'"
The convent is referred to as the Bounty and the Mother Superior as Captain Bligh.
Pierce says that just before Klinger appears dressed as Scarlett O'Hara
George mentions that his plate of curry looks like something out of Mutiny on the Bounty.
Mentioned by Clark Gable.
The Coast Guard captain's name is Bligh, same as the captain in "Mutiny on the Bounty"
"Why do I suddenly feel like Captain Bligh?"
Spike dresses up as Charles Laughton's Bligh.
Title mentioned by T.J. Bryant
Mentioned by shoe salesman when listing film adaptations of the novel
Carla refers to Gus as Captain Bligh.
Joel: Mutiny on the Betsy.
One of the rowing choices.
Servo: You may fire when ready, Mr. Christian.
Lt. Paris mentions Captain Bligh
Mentioned by Narrator
Phoebe's colleague calls this the very best pirate movie, while Leslie says it's rather a swashbuckler.
correct response in "Clark Gable" category
Nigel mentions "Captain Bligh" and "mutiny"
Movita mentioned as appearing in it
Dennis compares Whit to Captain Bly while they are playing with model boats
"Your mutinous team is starting to worry about life on Pitcairn Island."
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Name That Movie"
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Hollywood Remakes"
A female customer at Gold and Silver Pawn Shop that wants to sell a vintage military lighter mentions this movie by name
The film is discussed.
One of the Fireplug 5 does a brief imitation of Charles Laughton as Captain Bligh.
A clip from the movie is shown as a preview to next week's show.
Clips from the movie are shown.
Film clip used in "Dear Mr. Gable" montage
Shows clips from the movie
This film is #86 on the list.
Captain Bligh is #19 on the "Villains" list.
Featured in Best Picture montage.
Poster and clips shown
Characters are seen doubling on the set for Charles Laughton and Clark Gable
'Three Men in a Tub' caricatures Charles Laughton as Capt. Bligh
Nightclub comic Carney does impersonation of Charles Laughton as Bligh.
After seeing the movie while on a cruise, Ringo dreams he's aboard the ship as Captain Bligh with the other three Beatles as his crew.
When the staff refuses to co-operate, Mr. Lucas calls it "mutiny on the counter".
Stanley Adams spoofs Charles Laughton's Captain Bligh.
After sergeant major Williams has put the men through two days of what they feel is "sadistic and inhuman" treatment, gunner Graham is reading the book "Mutiny on the Bounty". When gunner Parkins has pointed out that he has seen the film "with Charles Laughton and Clark Gable", gunner Sugden has a feverish dream in which the men play different parts from the film in a spoofing way, with Williams having the role of Bligh.
3 segment episode including parody of movie