Bedtime for Bonzo (1951)
Walter Slezak mentions seeing a non-existent six foot rabbit.
Henry signs a form to request the movies "Bedtime for Bonzo" and "Love Life of a Gorilla."
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Title mentioned during Invation of the Brain Snatchers
Mary Beth mentions then-President Reagan's appearance in this film defending herself.
Morloch to Reardon: 'No Bedtime for Bonzo jokes, agreed?'
Jimmy Stewart mentions Ronald Reagan playing second banana to a chimp
One of the questions in the age verification test is "Who starred in Bedtime for Bonzo?".
The film is mentioned by name.
Alex shuts off the TV and tells Bob "Bedtime for Bonzo" to go to bed
Crow: "'Bedtime for Bonzo'!"
John McGinley's character mentions this
mentioned when talking about Ronald Reagan
Pearl refers to Prof. Bobo as "Bonzo."
Bobo names it as a quality film.
Bill talks about watching it
Reagan is shown rehearsing with the Chimp (Bonzo) at the start of the movie.
Blossom mentions the name as the girls fly to stop Mojo Jojo.
seen written next to a picture of Ronald Reagan
Stan keeps a poster of this movie in a theca dedicated to his hero, 'Ronald Reagan', actually starring in this movie
Photo of Ronald Reagan with the chimpanzee shown.
List with poster art of Ronald Reagan films is shown.
Snob points out a veiled reference
Mentioned in dialogue by Joan when she's putting young Bobby to bed.
Bill O'Reilly mentions the Ronald Reagan movie
Nick Offerman's character: "I'm not shaking his hand. The man made a movie with a monkey. It wouldn't be dignified."
Alice says, "Bedtime for all us Bonzos!"
Title mentioned several times by Lubber's son in connection with Ronald Reagan
Snob says he'd rather be watching this monkey movie
Ronald Reagan is shown chiding his monkey, Bonzo.
"Bedtime for Bonzo" is playing on a black-and-white television set.
Harry is watching the movie and laughing
Clips shown on TV screen
shows Ronald Reagan's character dancing around, eating a banana, and Bonzo next to him - in reference to a past movie role