Michael Jackson is edited into the scene where Gilda (Rita Hayworth) dances.
Gale Robbins performs "Put the Blame on Mame" from this movie.
Mentioned as part of Rita Hayworth's filmography.
mentioned by Tim Cleary (Martin Sheen) to his father as "a movie he saw".
Photo seen in Martha's home
Klinger says he made a dress like the one Rita Hayworth wore in Gilda.
Radar offers to send Sparky this movie in exchange for a favor.
Konstantinos talks about this movie.
Film is playing in the theatre visited by pair of main characters.
A picture of "Gilda" is on the wall next to Molina's bed.
A poster of this film can be seen
Poster is shown in a store.
We see a movie poster and a still from the film.
Gloves scene is referenced.
Movie centers around a New York mafia boss who is obsessed with Rita Hayworth's role as Gilda and searches for a Rita look-alike.
Roger Ebert compares the leading lady in "The Fabulous Baker Boys" (1989) to the one in this movie.
A photograph of Rita Hayworth is shown on a movie collage in a theater.
A film poster can be seen in this film and people talked about this film.
This movie is listed on the marquee of the theater at the end.
The controversial release of the movie in Spain is discussed, then the famous glove scene is pseudo-reenacted. Plus, in a later scene, a poster for the film can be seen on a wall.
There is a poster of this film at a bar.
Salvador and María re-enact the famous 'slapping' scene / Title visible on the theater marquee / Poster seen
Rita Hayworth's character mentioned by Richard.
One of the roulette tables is being magnetically altered to put out "2" as the winner each time, ensuring a cop to win and thus bribing him. In Gilda, this is also done via the "2".
Anna quotes Rita Hayworth as saying "People go to bed with Gilda, they wake up with me."
"Hollywood Screen Tests, Pt. 2" features many movies and tv shows in reference to the stars featured.
Rita sees Rita Hayworth's name on a Gilda poster and decides to call herself Rita.
Poster on screen re Maurice Binder's resume
Rita sees Rita Hayworth's name on a Gilda poster and decides to call herself Rita
This movie is mentioned in Kuutamolla (2002).
The movie is mentioned by the character played by Carlos Hipólito
Referenced by name
Truly mentions Rita Hayworth and the movie.
Explicitly mentioned in the courtroom
poster in classroom
DVD is shown in Amanda's house.
Copies the dialogue from the "Gilda, are you decent?" scene in the scene where Roderick enters Cynthia Rose's bathroom.
A stripper uses the name Gilda, dances and pulls off her gloves like Rita Hayworth in the movie
Picture shown on wall when Dewey is in prison
"Rita Hayworth as Gilda" written on cave wall
A nightclub singer using the name Gilda sings a Bulgarian version of "Put the Blame on Mame"
Poster on Billie's wall
The film is mentioned.
"Johnny Farrell" is used as a code word by a drug ring, and Castle mentions the film and Glenn Ford by name.
One of the 50 gold film reels you can find.
The movie poster is on the wall at Franklin & Bash's apartment.
The film is discussed.
Flick describes a scene in the film to Ralph and Schwartz.
Video case is shown.
Nook intentionally mistakes Gilda the griffon for the title character of this film.
When Gilda becomes Liv's roommate, she gives her name as Rita, referencing Rita Hayworth, who starred as Gilda.
After Gilda wakes up to find Major in her bed, you can hear him mumble, "Oh Rita." Rita Hayworth said "They fell in love with Gilda and woke up with me."
Clips featuring Rita Hayworth are used.
Excerpt of Rita Hayworth's "Put the Blame On Mame" number is shown during the "Mutual Admiration Society" segment.
on TV in Diana Barrie's hotel room
on TV in Marsha Mason's apartment
The Woman watches it in cinema.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Clip shown to demonstrate the benefits of filming in black and white
seen on TV
The Rita Hayworth movie that the prisoners watch.
Shortly visible (Rita Hayworth dancing in the casino) on a TV screen in the empty lounge when the answering machines announces 3 new messages, just after Hannon Fuller's death.
Susanna is watching it when she and Lisa go to Daisy's apartment.
At least one clip, identified by subtitle, was included in this documentary short film.
Easy Company is watching it in England before their jump into France
Clips are shown
The song "Put the Blame on Mame" is #84 on the list.
A clip is shown
Clips shown and discussed
Clip shown of the prisoners in "Shawshank Redemption" watching "Gilda"
Clips shown to illustrate points
Vera Wang talks about the fashion in Gilda.
Clips seen and discussed
Parodied as "Golda" within "Salute to Columbia Pictures" sketch.
Fabián dresses as Gilda and sings 'Amado Mío' in Spanish.
Jessica Rabbit spoofs Gilda/Rita Hayworth