My Man Godfrey (1936)
Carlo refers to money as Frankenstein's monster.
At one point, Godfrey and Tommy Gray are looking at the polluted stream in the garbage dump, and Gray asks, "What's that?" Godfrey replies, "Oh, that? That's Ol' Man River", a reference to the song from the musical "Show Boat", which Universal also filmed in 1936.
The concluding scene, in which a bucket of cold water proves the man's love, pays homage to Godfrey's many touches throughout this film
Both the original and remake versions of the film are part of a quiz question.
Mentioned as part of Carole Lombard's filmography.
Mentioned as part of William Powell's filmography.
Mentioned by Miriam Hopkins.
In an intertitle announcing some out-takes
Candy refers to Mr. Belvedere as "My Man Godfrey."
Fletch is propositioned on the beach in a way similar to Godfrey. Fletch asks if it is for a scavenger hunt, as is the case in My Man Godfrey
mentioned in dialogue
Movie poster seen inside and outside the theater.
the movie poster is hanging on a wall in Margaret's apartment.
mentioned on the 1937 Academy Awards
It is mentioned in a magazine.
It is one of the movie posters seen at the drive-in theater.
Jenna Gribbon says "My Man Godfrey" was screened at her and Julian Tepper's last salon.
Peter says Neal has gone from 'My Man Godfrey' to 'Ace Ventura'.
A replica of a scene is on the TV in Michael's hotel room.
documentary about 30s films
Bigger and his friend are watching it in the cinema.
Playing in the background on a TV
Lombard shower scene with Powell
This film is #44 on the list.
David and Keith watch the film on television.
showing in the theater where Lorelai finds Luke
This movie is featured in this DVD movie set
Movie reviewed in this episode.