Going My Way (1944)
Movie posters at theater.
Ginger Rogers says, "Coming my way?" a references to Leo McCarey's next picture.
Aunt Amarilla asks a priest if he was in "Going My Way".
Martin and Lewis parody the performances of Barry Fitzgerald and Bing Crosby in this film.
narrator mentions this film
movie and its star Bing Crosby mentioned by name
With a priest, a nun and his Catholic neighbor in his living room, Archie quips that if Bing Crosby were here they could make a movie.
Col. Flagg asks Father Mulcahy, "Who sang 'Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral' in 'Going My Way'?"
Mentioned on Bill Murray's Celebrity Corner Oscars predictions
According to her parents, this was her favorite movie.
Mentioned in dialogue
Tommy: On a star? Crow: Can she carry moonbeams home in a jar?
Crow (as a priest appears): "Going My Way"
Referenced by name
When Alec Baldwin is describing Costello's men, he describes Fitzy's mom as straight out of "Going My Way"
referred to as "the new Bing Crosby" film, the poster is seen outside of a theater
The Parson is a parody of Bing Crosby as Father O'Malley.
Poster can be seen shortly in the Irish pub during the fight scene
mentioned by Peter Bogdanovich
A caricature of Bing Crosby as Father O'Malley appears in the "Dogday Helloday of 1933" Itchy and Scratchy cartoon.
This film is cited as a positive portrayal of Catholicism for a popular audience
"Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral" plays as Bart and his friends follow Lisa around town.
Clip shown in a montage.
clip from film is shown as a sample of what is available
The song "Swinging on a Star" is #37 on the list.
Featured in Best Picture montage.
Bull asks two defendants who are each claiming to be God, "Going my way?"