The African Queen (1951)
In "Casablanca", Rick, played by Humphrey Bogart, mentions how a ship's captain can marry people. In "The African Queen" Charlie Allnut, again played by Bogart, gets married to Rosie by a ship's captain.
Slavin does an impression of Bogart in "African Queen" saying "There's nothing more I hate than leeches, Rosie"
Particularly amusing is that the Lauren Bacall character refers to the "old" lead actor of "African Queen" but can't call his name, when the actor was in fact Humprhey Bogart, Ms. Bacall's husband, 25 years her senior.
Bill Cowan describes the plan to turn the ship into a floating bomb as "like in The African Queen".
Fred mentions the film in a conversation.
In his review of "The Man Who Would Be King" (1976), Roger Ebert lists other John Huston movies, including this one.
Jo talks about 'The African Queen' while taking leeches off of K.C.
Lady Pamela mentions the movie by name.
Mentioned during Actors on Film
The film is mentioned by name.
Title and plot references
Adam and Marilyn watch this on TV
Bill and Ted meet a Humphrey Bogart-like caricature who takes them through the African jungle on his boat.
Title of this film is shown on a movie collage in a theater.
Poster is shown in a video store.
Crow: "African Queen Babies"
referenced in dialogue
Tom: "John Huston's The African Log"
One of the rowing choices that Rocko tries to pick but ends up not.
One of Leonard's stories about his "life" is really from The African Queen.
Mentioned as being the inspiration for the Jungle Cruise
subtitle on clip
One of the movies Blowen ruined by shouting at the screen.
Servo: "Meanwhile, in 'The African Queen', Bogart and Hepburn pick leeches off each other."
Mentioned by Laura Gibson as being among a choice of videos for she and Warwick Munro to watch together.
Red, Dalton and Mike talk about 'The African Queen' when they are discussing blowing up the beaver dam with a torpedo
Talk about movies with Humphrey Bogart
While scouting locations, the subject of the film comes across a junked boat and says that it could've been used in "The African Queen."
Referenced by name
One of Declan's students mentiosn the film and its stars.
Rosie pours all the gin after she got mad at Bogart, in Pirates Elizabeth fires all the rum after she got mad at Sparrow
The film's poster is shown
Trailer and behind-the-scenes footage used, film discussed
character talks about seeing it
Video case is shown in a video store and in Scotty's apartment.
mentioned by narrator
It is mentioned in a magazine.
mentioned in dialogue
There's a book in one of the book shelves with the title "The African Queen Bee".
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "War Films"
poster; mentioned by Omar Sharif in discussion of Sam Spiegel
Sterling calls Lana the African Queen and then confuses Audrey Hepburn with Katharine Hepburn.
mentioned by the geeks at the cafeteria
Iain Sinclair compares his experience to that of The African Queen
It is referenced in the back cover of a video movie.
another film set in the heart of Africa
wax figures of Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn are shown.
A shot of Charlie Allnutt pulling the African Queen is seen after they land on the island.
Bogart pulling boat through swamp
Romantic encounter betrween Hepburn and Bogart.
clips with Katharine Hepburn
This film is #17 on the list.
Brendan watches this movie on TV
Clips are shown
Katharine Hepburn Tribute
This film is #48 on the list.
Clips used and trailer included
This film is #65 on the list.
DVD Extra Extra segment.
Clip shown with promotional prize wedge (for a home theater system) on the wheel
Honorable mention, clips shown
most of episode parodies this
The engine of Rita's boat makes the same ticking sound as 'The African Queen'.