scenes are taken from this film
characters watch scene on TV
Gene Siskel reads off a memo written by Gene Allen, who mentions the movie.
Claire: A simple question, Ms. Jones. I hardly think it warrants a "Camille."
Walter Pidgeon mentions the movie by name.
Mentioned as part of Robert Taylor's filmography.
Mentioned by name.
Mrs. O'Malley mentions the movie by name.
Hawkeye to Klinger: "Courage, Camille."
Lucy mentions movie several times
This film is referenced by name.
Movie title is mentioned.
Doris tells Peter that when Toni twisted her ankle she did "the whole dying routine from Camille."
The main character, Walter, reveres Greta Garbo. He bases his suicide on the way Garbo's character does - a la 'Camille."
mentioned in dialogue
Poster seen at the movie theater
Monty Tipton quotes about "looking best on my deathbed"
mentioned by Nick
The scene ("Tell Him Anything" number) where Chamberlain, instructed by Prince Edward's father, tells Cinderella to leave Prince Edward is a reference to "Camille" (or "Lady of the Camellias"), in which Armand's father tells Marguerite to end her relationship with Armand, and she leaves Armand under the guise of no longer loving him.
When Faye Greener finds her father lying down at Homer Simpson's place, she tells him, "Cut out this phoney 'Camille' bit."
Clips shown to illustrate points
Clips from the movie are shown in a retrospective of Greta Garbo's film career.
Clips from the film are used.
The movie is mentioned as part of Greta Garbo's filmography, this movie which will be more fully discussed in the next episode.
excerpt in Garbo documentary
Movie is shown in a cinema
at the start of the film Anne Bancroft's character was watching Camille whilst she was in bed.
Parodied within "Salute to MGM Studios" sketch.
Aida watches the film then acts the death scene of Marguerite Gautier.