Salvador Dali nightmare
When Dr. Murchison threatens Constance and we follow the gun from Dr. Muchinsons point of view, he finally points it at him self and the camera, and shoots
An eyeball is slit.
The disease "mogo on the a-gogo" is mentioned.
Introduction makes joking reference.
Mentioned as part of Gregory Peck's filmography.
Louis' nightmare at the clinic, his temporary amnesia, and the scenes with the nurses, are similar to John Ballantine's in Spellbound.
Isabella Rossellini, Ingrid Bergman's daughter, quotes the italian title "Io ti salverò"
Mentioned in the dialogue.
A woman psychologist is the key element to catch a criminal by probing the mind and the dreams.
The movie title with its two stars' names are seen on a movie marquee.
on theater marquee in archive footage of Times Square
Included in a $250,000 question
Dali and Hitchcock's collaboration on the film's dream sequence is the basis of a scene in 'La Legende~Dali'
Included in a $25,000 question
Robert Rodriguez mentions this movie during interview
Also mentioned by Lauren
Paul Merton mentions that Salvador Dalí created the film's dream sequences.
the scene that the killer commits suicide
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Clip from trailer used
Clips are shown. Movie is discussed.
Clips are shown.
Honorable mention for the Top 5 Dream Sequence
The dream sequence is spoofed in "Dial M for Murder, or Press # to Return To Menu".