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The Lady Vanishes (1938) Poster

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Version of 

The Lady Vanishes (2013) (TV Movie)

Remade as 

Edited from 

Oh, Mr. Porter! (1937)
ferry boat footage

Edited into 

The 20th Century: A Moving Visual History (1999) (TV Mini-Series)
excerpt shown in 'The 1930s: The Great Depression' episode

Spin-off 

Night Train to Munich (1940)
This is a spin-off of The Lady Vanishes. It does follow the movie
Crook's Tour (1941)
This is a spin-off of The Lady Vanishes. It does follow the movie
Charters & Caldicott (1985) (TV Mini-Series)

References 

The Lodger (1927)
Early in the film there is an homage to the recurring shot in The Lodger in which a chandelier is seen to shake due to movement on the floor above.
Covered Tracks (1938)
Veit Harlans film of the same year recurs on the same supposed-to-be-true story of a lady vanishing in the middle of Parisien World Fair 1867. Her daughter is searching everywhere, while her existence is denied by everyone - she has died of plague, and the authorities want to prevent panic.

Referenced in 

Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Into Thin Air (1955) (TV Episode)
Hitchcock mentions the movie in his introduction.
Monitor: Huw Wheldon Meets Alfred Hitchcock (1964) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Huw.
Bye Bye Braverman (1968)
Mentioned in Hitchcock conversation between segal and Warden
Silver Streak (1976)
Clara et les Chics Types (1981)
mentioned once
Phenomena (1985)
DuckTales: The Money Vanishes (1987) (TV Episode)
Title reference
Dallas: The Lady Vanishes (1987) (TV Episode)
title reference
When Harry Met Sally... (1989)
Marie line: "It's like in The Lady Vanishes"...
Rugrats: The Baby Vanishes/Farewell, My Friend (1993) (TV Episode)
Title Reference
Family Portraits: Alfred Hitchcock (1995) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Patricia Hitchcock
Mission: Impossible (1996)
Brian DePalma was a big Hitchcock fan. His Mission: Impossible features Vanessa Redgrave, daughter of "The Lady Vanishes" star Michael Redgrave, in a film that also features espionage onboard a train. Switching identities and loyalties are themes in both as well.
Hetty Wainthropp Investigates: How Time Flies (1998) (TV Episode)
mentioned by train conductor
Queer as Folk: Episode #3.11 (2003) (TV Episode)
Emmett asks Michael if he has seen the film.
Foyle's War: The French Drop (2004) (TV Episode)
Milner makes reference to the film.
Flightplan (2005)
In "The Lady Vanishes", a young woman is seated next to an elderly woman on a train. The young woman falls asleep. When she wakes up, there is no sign of the elderly woman, and no sign that she ever got on the train.
Monk: Mr. Monk Makes a Friend (2007) (TV Episode)
The murder victim's music box plays the tune that is central to the plot of the Hitchcock film.
Kidnapped: Do Unto Others (2007) (TV Episode)
Leo Cain mentions the title, remembering watching this with his father.
Andy Barker, P.I.: The Lady Varnishes (2007) (TV Episode)
Title spoof
Paul Merton Looks at Alfred Hitchcock (2009) (TV Movie)
Referenced by name
Night Train (2009)
Mrs. Froy is a direct homage to Miss Froy from "The Lady Vanishes"
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Million Dollar Movie Week 3 (2010) (TV Episode)
Included in a $15,000 question
Gossip Girl: The Lady Vanished (2010) (TV Episode)
Title reference
This Means War (2012)
FDR suggests to rent it in DVD-store
Upstairs Downstairs: All the Things You Are (2012) (TV Episode)
Beryl and Spargo plan to see "The Lady Vanishes."
Pretty Little Liars: This Is a Dark Ride (2012) (TV Episode)
In one scene, someone asks Aria her name but cannot hear her answer because of a noise, so she writes it on the fogged window of the train, then subsequently goes missing. These plot points are all from the Hitchcock film The Lady Vanishes.
Hitchcock (2012)
Mentioned by Hitchcock

Featured in 

Siskel & Ebert: Hail, Hail, Black and White (1989) (TV Episode)
Train scene shown to compare with the color remake
The Grifters (1990)
Appears on TV set in motel
Hitchcock: Shadow of a Genius (1999) (TV Movie)
Six Feet Under: Death Works Overtime (2003) (TV Episode)
David and Nate are watching this movie
Paul Merton Looks at Alfred Hitchcock (2009) (TV Movie)
Clips included in documentary

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