The Big Sleep (1946)
A character talks about the film.
Shamus enters bookstore in order to keep an eye on someone in a business across the street, seduces the shopgirl, who pulls the CLOSED shade, and after an unseen tryst, offers the gazette, nearly identical to scene with Humphrey Bogart and Dorothy Malone.
Bogie parody character reads the book TBS and falls asleep
The film is mentioned by a character.
Musical score heard during Bogie and Bacall's last wardrobe test.
Mentioned in the dialogue.
The title is an amalgamation of this story and The Long Goodbye, both about detective Philip Marlowe, who is highly reminiscent of the Dixon Hill character in this episode.
mentioned by name, Rick & Dee Dee argue Bogart quote
Ca. 10 min into the film Valerie McCoughlin references Humphrey Bogart in the role of Philip Marlowe. And there is a cardboard cut-out of Bogey in that role standing in the corner of David Shepard's office.
Kevin and Winnie watch this film on TV.
Guessed by Crow while playing charades
The title is a reference to the title of the movie.
subtitle on clip
Crow: "She's suddenly in Phillip Marlowe's office."
One of the films playing in a Bogart double feature the night Blowen was killed.
The episode title is named after the movie.
Frost compares the heat of the greenhouse to the opening scene of Bogart's Spade interview in Gen. Sternwood's greenhouse.
Referenced by name
While on an elevator, Max talks about feeling like "Bogart as Marlowe". Humphrey Bogart played Phillip Marlowe in The Big Sleep.
character based on Lauren Bacall's performance
Trailer used, film discussed
Film advertisement is shown in a newspaper.
"The Commission" opens with a shot-for-shot recreation of the trailer for "The Big Sleep."
mentioned in the documentary
story about a snake that talks like Humphrey Bogart giving a girl "the big sleep"
all Jeopardy! round category titles are Humphrey Bogart references, including "The Big Sleep"
Seen on a marque at the Noir fest that Keith Mars attends
A poster of this film is seen in Kaurismäki's segment.
Down by the Riversise is discussed as being influence of Sam Spade
multiple homages throughout film
Appears on Hollywood history sign on Hollywood Boulevard.
Alex Trebek imitates Humphrey Bogart while reading an $800 clue about the novel in the category "I Detect a Detective"
Mentioned by DiNozzo
One of the 50 gold film reels you can find.
It is mentioned as an example of a popular post-WWII movie based on an American crime novel.
Shown at a movie theatre in the film
The Bogart and Bacall movie that Daniel watches at the very beginning.
clips with Shelby Payne
Philip Marlowe is #32 on the "Heroes" list.
footage appears throughout
featured in film
Chloe and Jimmy watch this movie together.
A clip is shown
Clips shown and discussed
The French language version is shown on tv.
Clips shown to illustrate points
The scene where Lou Peckinpaugh meets Ezra and Jezebel Desire spoofs the scene where Philip Marlowe meets General and Carmen Sternwood.
The episode title is a spoof on the 1946 detective film
Phillip Marlowe is mentioned and parodied