Strangers on a Train (1951)
This film was a comedic remake of Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train.
clip is shown
Song Mirriam and her friends sing on the Merry Go Round is the Strawberry Blonde
Mentioned in Hitchcock conversation between segal and Warden
Chabrol pays l'homage to Hitchcock with the cigarette lighter at the murder scene.
Mentioned by Cavett
Story distantly resembles the idea of two men getting away with murdering their wives by killing each other's wife.
A character mentions a list of films as part of his speech, including this one
cigarette lighter left/placed at crime scene
The amusement park strangulation and carousel scenes are remade.
Dying man scene.
Mentioned by Tom
The title is mentioned.
Mentioned during 'Psycho Ward Eleven'
The title and the name of Alfred Hitchcock are in a letter Bowles wrote, which is shown on screen.
Ad above the main entrance of the theater.
title shown on screen
Mentioned by Jessica, plus scene from film is shown.
The scene of Max retrieving the apartment keys is a replay of Bruno retrieving Guy's cigarette lighter through the grate from this film.
A character mentions the film by name, and a rented videotape of the film appears in the episode
Tom: "I gotta finish this up, then I gotta go kill Farley Granger's wife."
The Tea Leoni character mentions taking a trip to the moon, similar to how Bruno does in Strangers on a Train
When the crowd turns around to watch the building collapse, both Linus & Danny remain facing forward, much like Bruno faces Guy at the tennis match while the rest of the crowd turn their heads side to side.
Grissom and Willows discuss the plot of Strangers on a Train
Mark gets the idea of him and Jeremy taking care of each other's enemies from this film.
A character in this episode (Arthur Branch) mentions the film
The scene where Polly's camera falls into a draining grate is nearly shot-for-shot remade from the scene where Bruno Antony drops a lighter under a drainage grate.
movie is mentioned several times and plot elements are similar
mentioned in dialogue/on movie marquee
DVD box shown.
DVD seen attached to the wall of Neville's weapons cabinet
Characters discuss about the movie.
DiNozzo compares Rowe and Chow's meeting in a bar to the Hitchcock classic Strangers on a Train
Max asks Ronnie, "Have you ever seen Strangers on a Train?"
Guy's tie pattern is called 'Mogadore Farley-Granger', a reference to the actor.
Mentioned by Castle in relation to the episode's two murder cases, before offering his own alternate title of "Strangers On A Boat".
Tony compares the episode's plot to Strangers on a Train
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "Hitchcock Movie Quotes"
title reference/mentioned in dialogue
One of the 50 gold film reels you can find.
Kurt mentions it when Jones tells them to kill each other's bosses
Christy compares "Horrible Bosses" to the film
When D.B. references the novel, Strangers on a Train, Ecklie mentions that he "saw the movie".
Nicholas Parsons and Paul Merton both mention the film.
David Strohmaier refers to "Strangers on a Train" in regards to the Merry-Go-Round crash at the end.
Reid mentions that their case is much like that in the movie
Anthony Perkins references "Strangers on a Train" as one of his favorite Hitchcock films.
mentioned by Castle
mentioned by Korsak
The movie has just been released and is mentioned by Bill Rohan and Percy Hapgood, about the way the wives are murdered, to have an alibi.
Referenced in dialogue
clip shown during the pre-show.
This film is #32 on the list.
Clips from the tennis scene are used while Michael Moore discusses his interview with Nike's CEO
A clip is shown of Hitchcock's cameo from the film.
extracts from Hitchcock's movie are featured
This is a documentary documenting co-star Kasey Rogers' experiences filming "Strangers on a Train"
Documentary About the Making
clip with merry-go-round
contains clips from this movie
Parodied in a dream sequence
When they break into the house
As Gromit is held down over wing of the plane by the other dog, it is very similar to the carousel fight at the finale of "Stranger on a Train"
Roger Rabbit and O.J. Simpson meet on a train and agree to "take care" of each other's spouses.
Bart and Lisa agree to kill each others' teachers, and a spoof of the merry-go-round sequence is included at the end.
The familiar story has a very different outcome