This film's title is show on a theatre marquee.
A police officer calls the similar-looking housekeeper "Rebecca."
The art director is the same, and he re-uses part of the interiors decors from that film.
Mildred Dean: [to Emily] Pardon me, but did I see you in "Rebecca?"
There are several references to this film - the opening voice-over, the burning down of a house, the affair of the 'wife'.
The character Camilo mentions the movie Rebecca (1940).
Mentioned several times in dialogue.
Laurence Olivier is mentioned as an oscar rival to Fonda
Mentioned by one of the characters
Mentioned as a future Seznick picture
Crow: I dreamed I went to Manderlay.
Crow: "I dreamed I visited El Manderlay last night."
Poster on wall in video store
Character is Joan Fontaine fan, citing Rebecca and September Affair
mentioned by John Waxman for his father Franz Waxman's score.
mentioned in dialogue
In the first video intro of the game posters of "Rebecca" and "Casablanca" can be seen in a wall
quoted by Critical Jim
The newspapers say that Kyle giving Elaine his dead wife's dress has shades of the film.
Mentioned by Robert Osborne and Patricia Hitchcock.
Coates quotes the opening lines, and mentions the book was her favorite growing up
Para-Medic says that this film was the first she ever saw in a theater.
a man says that historic places should be named, "like Manderley"
correct response in "Movies to the Max" category
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "Hitchcock Movie Quotes"
Lauren mentions it as an alternative on DVD
Carlos and Luis go to the cinema to watch Rebecca
The establishing shot of the hermitage is teken from the opening scene.
clip shown during the pre-show.
Mrs. Danvers and Rebecca's underclothes.
Homer and Candy watch the movie in a theater
This film is #80 on the list.
Mrs. Danvers is #31 on the "Villains" list.
Best Picture montage
"Lesbians in Cinema" segment
Parodied as "Rebecky".
The director is a massive fan of Hitchcock and named this film 'Rebecca 2' as a homage to the original Rebecca