To Have and Have Not (1944)
In both films the woman says to the man "I'm hard to get, all you have to do is ask me."
film poster shown
Chuy recites the line, "Do you know how to whistle? Just put your lips together and blow."
Spencer (to Toby): "You know how to whistle, don't you?"
Annie (to Martin): "You do know how to blow, don't you?" - to which Martin responds pointing out that Lauren Bacall said "whistle".
Garcia recites the "you know how to whistle" line from the movie.
Mentioned by DiNozzo
Category entitled "You Know How to Whistle, Don't You?"
Mallory quotes Lauren Bacall's famous line, "you know how to whistle don't you."
Dialogue that mirrors the famous Bacall line about whistling.
subtitle on clip
Reference to famous line in a $200 clue in the category "& How"
Poster is shown.
Elvis Mitchell mentions Hoagy Carmichael appearing in the movie.
the episode's title is a reference to a quote from this movie
"You know how to whistle, don't you? You just put your lips together and blow."
Adora paraphrases Lauren Bacall's "put your lips together and blow" line
The "Do you know how to Whistle" quote was parodied in this game.
A quote from this film
Referenced by name
Michelle quotes Slim when saying goodby to Josh "You know how to whistle don't you"
Famous 'whistle' line quoted by T'Nuk
referenced in film
Joel mentions the film by name.
Mike: "You just put your lips together and drink!"
Chrissy meets Lauren Bacall and tells her "You were great in 'The Haves and Have Nots.'"
"You just put your lips together - and blow"
Tom: "Put your lips together, and blow!"
Crow: "Let's put our lips together and blow!"
Crow: You know how to whistle don't you? You put your lips together and cut to the blow.
Lovejoy uses variation of 'All you got to do is whistle" line.
Referenced by 99 when she tells Max to whistle if he needs her.
Like Slim to Steve in the 1944 film, a 1940s Laura asks another Steve (Steve Urkel as Johnny Danger in his story), "You do know how to whistle, don't you?"
Referenced in "Whatever Happened to the Heroes" musical number
Dempsey says You just put your lips together and you go 'oooh'.
Susan: "You know how to whistle, don't you Steve?"
Film advertisement is shown in a newspaper.
In the boardroom they discuss the first film Bogart and Bacall made together, and how he tossed her some matches
one-sheet poster displayed
A character is asked if she's "ever been bit by a dead bee."
mentioned in documentary
Many references to the famous 'whistle' line
A character quotes Lauren Bacall's famous "whistle" line from this movie.
The movie and its stars are mentioned by name and quoted while Denise and Brian are kissing in the park.
Carface describes playing Gabriel's horn - "You just put your lips together and blow"
famous 'whistle' line quoted by detective Mosely
The "have you ever been stung by a dead bee?" bit is repeated here.
Amy asks Russ if he knows how to whistle, then tells him to put his lips together and blow. The same line is said by Lauren Bacall to Humphrey Bogart in To Have and Have Not.
Danny rents the tape
Mentioned in a conversation about great film love stories.
Jordan and his wife like to imitate Bogart and Bacall and they quote the line "You know how to whistle, don't you?"
Bacall clone Scott's dialogue to Bogart that he "can say anything. do anything" echoes Bacall's dialogue in her first film with Bogie.
Clip of Lauren Bacall singing, with Hoagy Carmichael playing the piano
clips with Lauren Bacall
A clip is shown
Lauren Bacall kissing Bogart. He says "What'd you do that for?"
Movie playing in opening scene
The quote "You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and blow." is #34 on the list.
trailer is shown
"Try it sometime. Just put your lips together and suck."
Rachel Ward asks "You know how to dial, don't you?" imitating Lauren Bacall's "You know how to whistle, don't you?"
(Louie can't whistle) "You wanna whistle, all you have to do is put your lips together and blow." (Louis tries and still can't whistle)/(after kissing) "It's even better when you help."
Peter Falk's character uses the line "You know how to whistle, don't you?"