On the Town (1949)
Part of a song from this show is heard.
Davy sings a snippet of "New York, New York".
In "New York, New York" a sailor in whites and a girl dance in a scene that recalls "On the Town"
"Wombling White Tie And Tails" references the music, costumes and dance number
Albert Finney says he saw this film several times at once.
The theater marquee that they pass.
Title mentioned during 'Leg Up'
Tom: "Will it still be 'a hell of a town,' sir?"
Referenced in Leg Up
Eddie Chandler refers to the film.
Ichabod introduces his adopted son to New York City by saying, "You'll soon find your bearings, young Masbath. The Bronx is up, the Battery is down, and home is this way."
Referenced in Leg Up
Madeline says that Tristan and his two new friends standing next to each other dressed alike is very "On the Town".
During the montage of Allie and Lon's romance they're seen outside a movie theater with "On the Town" on the marquee
David tells the hitchhiker that the only reason he wanted to join the Navy was so he could wear a uniform like Gene Kelly in the film.
C.J. asks the President "Are we gonna throw on sailor caps and chase after Miss Turnstiles?"
discussed as a possible theme for the Hollywood Musical wedding
Jamie mentions the song "New York, New York" and sings some of it
mentioned in dialogue
Critically deconstructed by the film maker character Richard.
In the "Hamlet" audition segment, Nathan Lane (Bobby Moynihan) sings "Denmark, Denmark" to the tune of "New York, New York" from "On the Town."
Turns up in dream sequence
Movie directed by Stanley Donen
The main characters sing "New York, New York."
a clip from this film is introduced by Gene Kelly
Playing on TV
Features a clip from the movie
A clip within clips: The teaser features clips from "That's Entertainment III" (1994), which in turn include a clip from this movie.
The song "New York, New York" is #41 on the list.
In After, playing on TV
Part or all of the trailer is shown and discussed.
the documentary shows clips from this film
spoofed as Dolls in the navy
Bart and Milhouse sing a parody of "New York, New York" (called "Springfield, Springfield"), then a sailor comes by and starts singing the real song so Bart points the way to New York
Bart and Milhouse's "Springfield, Springfield" songs spoofs "New York, New York."