Irene mentions Rickey will keep going back to Russia to find Ninotchka at the begining of the film.
Walter Pidgeon mentions the movie by name.
Tod compares Celli to Ninotchka
A poster of this film can be seen
A poster of the film is seen on a wall.
Cathy tells Wayne she saw this movie on a double bill with 'Idiots Delight'
Academy Award nominee for best actress read by Spencer Tracy
Film is mentioned an artwork for it shown.
Jonathan "proves" he knows who Greta Garbo is
William Alland mentions it. Also, photograph is shown.
Crow: "You look like my little Ninotchka."
Stills and poster shown.
title mentioned by narrator; poster seen
Mentioned by Berlyn.
Mentioned in the dialog.
poster on wall
poster shown, mentioned as one of the classic Best Picture nominees of 1939
among the films being promoted
The movie is mentioned as part of Greta Garbo's filmography, this movie which will be more fully discussed in the next episode.
Clips from the movie are shown in a retrospective of Greta Garbo's film career.
Gilbert attends a screening.
Clips from the film are used.
'Again' kissing scene between Garbo and Douglas
This film is #52 on the list.
excerpt in Garbo documentary
Lola watches it on TV
The documentary features a scene from "Ninotchka" where Garbo dines with someone in a dress.
Contains a scene from the film.
A clip from the film is shown to show the Hollywood view of American democracy and Soviet communism.
Whenever the weird neighbour passes by, a mysterious background music starts and everyone stops talking; it's similar to the scene when the peculiar roomate of Ninotchka passes by.