Gunga Din (1939)
Niven boasts that Rogers's baby can recite the first line from Gunga Din!
The Indian wrestler is named "Gunga Dean."
Several times during the film, Johnny calls Chandu "Gunga Din."
Character references "Gunga Din" dialogue
Tony Curtis asks Rosemary Clooney and The Hi-Los whether any of them remember the film.
Henry Morgan jokes that he wonders what's playing on the other network opposite to their show, to which Betsy Palmer responds, "Gunga Din".
Slaughter claimms Eustice saw it 32 times.
Laura Winters calls Prof. Bartell "Gunga Din"
Alan calls Mel 'Gunga Din'
Gene Siskel compares "The Man Who Would Be King" (1976) to this movie.
Harvey calls Derna "Gunga Din" when requesting that she bring him water.
Movie poster on wall in Dr. Mason's house
Pierce talks about it
Marilyn mentions seeing the film.
Col. Potter asks Hawkeye: "Didn't you ever see 'Gunga Din'?"
Movie title is mentioned.
Mouse & Sugar address the hotel bellhop as this.
Crow: "You're a better man than I, Gunga Din."
Arthur says Larry is Gunga Din
Mentioned in dialogue.
Meldrick refers to himself as "Gunga Din."
mentioned by Livia
The line, "You're a better man than I am, Guga Din" is quoted.
Hank calls Dean "Gunga Din."
Lorelai mentions the film.
Ray talks about this movie
Micky calls Simon Gunga Din
Gunga Din mentioned
"Gunga Diner" with the Indian elephant
A policeman refers to Doctor Parnassus as "Gunga Din."
mentioned by Edward
mentioned by Bobby
Danny (to Rishi): "You're a braver man than I, Gunga Din."
Mentioned in dialogue
Stone compares Nasir to "Gunga Din".
Jimmy Porter (Richard Burton) and girlfriend Helena (Claire Bloom) are shown in a theater watching "Gunga Din," a symbol of the old British Empire that was collapsing in the era in which John Osborne's play is set.
A short clip from Gunga Din is shown.
The drawbridge operator is laughing while Gunga Din is being buried on the TV.
Scenes from this film are shown.
small clip shown
The elephant scene appears 2 times near the end of the movie.
This film is #74 on the list.
This documentary discusses and features Gunga Din (1939).
The opening, a film within the film, is a parody of the drama in colonial British India.
Coach Jones says, "You're a better than than me, Radio".