The Philadelphia Story (1940)
The Cole Porter song "I've Got My Eyes On You'"is played.
James Stewart sing 'Over the Rainbow' during a scene.
mentioned by Lemon
poster (for French release) is shown.
mentioned by Cleveland
Stewart winning the Oscar over Fonda is mentioned
The movie is mentioned by name as part of George Cukor's filmography.
Subject of a $25,000 question
all Jeopardy! round category titles are references to Cary Grant, including "The Philadelphia Story"
George Murphy mentions the movie as next week's attraction.
movie on shelf
In the title
Tom: "What are you people from 'The Philadelphia Story' doing here?"
Hope quotes one of Katherine Hepburn's lines.
Mentioned in Jill Clayburgh's Relationships number
Character reference, "Tracy Lord".
Movie title used in title
Klinger singing Lydia, the tattoed Lady
mentioned in "Love and the Bachelor"
Gloria Stewart mentions that her husband, Jimmy, won an Oscar for his performance.
Tina can't believe that Barry has never seen this film and they are going to watch it when Megan's call for help comes in.
Peter makes Lois do an impression of Katherine Hepburn from this movie.
Mentioned by character.
poster in Michaels Bistro
When Hepburn takes Hughes home to meet her family in Connecticut, she introduces him to Uncle Willy, a minor but pivotal role in "Philadelphia Story."
The flashback sequence incorporates plot elements of THE PHILADELPHIA STORY.
Mentioned. Possibly the very last movie Anne Frank ever saw.
Clips are shown for the segment on James Stewart.
Romantic moment with Stewart and Hepburn, etc.
Dan and Blair watch "The Philadelphia Story" together.
Clips shown in a segment on Cary Grant.
Clips from the movie are featured.
This film is #5 on the "Romantic Comedy" list.
This film is #44 on the list.
shown on tv
Luke watches the film's final scene while at the hospital with April.
Katharine Hepburn Tribute
The swimming pool scene with Katharine Hepburn is on tv at the beginning of the film.
Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn fall into a pool
This film is #15 on the list.
This film is #51 on the list.
clip of Cary Grant pushing Katharine Hepburn to the floor (from the beginning of that film)
one scene is shown