When Janet and Mrs. Atwater are discussing their favorite leading men in movies, they bring up Cary Grant, and how brilliant he was in "that new thing with Ingrid Bergman Neither can recall the title, but it's just plain "something" (meaning only one word). This refers to Alfred Hitchcock's earlier movie, Notorious. Grant had also been Hitchcock's first choice for the role of Rupert Cadell.
Director Alfred Hitchcock puts his face on an ad for weight loss product "Reduco" in both films.
setting entire film in one contained location
Video case is shown.
The DVD of the movie is seen
Cover seen on shelf in DVD-store
Pete mentions the movie by name.
Anthony Perkins references "Rope" as one of his favorite Hitchcock films.
Hitchcock and Cavett discuss the use of 10-minute shots in the film.
Opening scene is referenced to Rope.
"Rope had more Hawaiian locations than this film"
Title mentioned by Alfred Hitchcock during the monologue
"Alfred Hitchcock's Rope, not the movie they just borrowed his rope"
It is mentioned in a magazine.
Mentioned by Robert Osborne.
The film is mentioned.
mentioned by Peter Bogdanovich as another film by Alfred Hitchcock very limited in terms of location.
Referenced in conversation during interview
Tum hides a body inside a chest that she converts to a serving table
In the opening shot, Walter Stuckel (Fred Ward), talking to screenwriter Buck Henry, calls "Rope" a "masterpiece" and lauds its lack of cuts, in contrast to the frequent cutting in contemporary films.
In the dinner scene, Frank and the guests are eating off a table with Eddie's dead body underneath.
Speculation about the nature of Brandon and Phillip's relationship.
This episode is a pastiche of Rope. The hiding of a strangled corpse in an antique chest and numerous lines of dialogue are spoofed.