A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)
Ronnie ponders whether "He" (Brando) had similar problems before filming "Waterfront" and "Streetcar".
Gang member shouts, "Stella! Stella" while imitating brando.
Toody complains about his wife's obsession with Marlon Brando after seeing the film.
A Marlon Brando lookalike is a Tennessee Williams expert.
Jake & Jethro refer to Stella
When the character George holds flowers at the door and says "flores para los muertos" he is quoting A Streetcar Named Desire.
when Nathalie Woods character walks off the train and when she speaks about that she gives kindness to strangers etc.
Eli references the film and Vivien Leigh.
Hawkeye says: "I've always relied upon the kindness of strangers."
Man exits a streetcar and does his Stanly Kowalski impression
The insane actor claims his performance in this play was compared to Brando's.
Larry imitates Marlon Brando's performance while standing in front of the movie's poster
Quoted during 'Dueling Brando's'
In the "Went With the Wind!" sketch, Capt. Rat Butler tells Starlett O'Hara that he came to Terra plantation "by way of a streetcar named Desire".
Barbarino imitates Brando's "Stella! Stella!" but he thinks John Wayne was the actor who did it.
Mork does his impression of Blanche DuBois as Tonto.
A would-be actress performs the famous line "I've always depended on the kindness of strangers"
Marlon Brando (Burt Reynolds) agrees to do his Streetcar for Baba Wawa
B. J. refers to Charles as "Stanley Kowalski."
Mentioned by name.
Daisy, as Vivien says 'I always have depended on the kindness of strangers'
When Sam hits Marty with his car, he yells for his wife, "STELLA!"
Crane quotes Blanche Dubois
Explicitly discussed in a conversation with the literature teacher
ALF refers to the film.
The character of Deidre French, from her outlandish speech to her overall image, seems based off of Blanche.
The "Hey, Stella!" line is quoted and referenced.
Servo: "Stella! Stella!"
Alf says: "I've always depended on the kindness of strangers."
Joel: "Is he wearing the shirt that Brando wore in 'Streetcar Named Desire'?"
Babs says, "I have always relied on the kindness of strangers."
title shown on theatre marquee
Referenced by Katerina
Joel: "I've always depended on the kindness of strangers."
Frank: "I've always depended on the kindness of caterers."
When Dixie Belle enters the diner, she says, "I'm new in town, I don't know a soul, and I sure could use the kindness of a stranger."
Crow: "A Title Sequence Named Desire"
The whole plot revolves around Marge playing Blanch in a musical version of this movie.
Lisa says: "I have always depended on the kindness of strangers."
Crow: I have always depended on the kindness of cross-dressers.
Blanche DuBois's famous line "Sometimes, there's God -- so quickly" is spoken by one of the fishermen looking up Lily Tomlin's skirt
This episode pays homage to this movie, when Clayface yells "Stella!"
Daisy compares herself to Vivien Leigh in 'A Sreetcar Named Desire'.
Mike: (A dog appears a woman's window) Stella! Woof woof, Stella!
Jimmy imitates Stanley yelling "Stella!" as he's loosening up before his movie audition.
Burns calling "Smithers!" (instead of "Stella!")
Brando's cry of "Stella!" mimicked in rap that Diesel performs
Seberg refers to her character "Lilith" as having "Blanche Dubois syndrome"
Skippy reads lines with a Marlon Brando caricature and then adds, "Hey, Stella!"
Female character named Stella, outcry midway through the game "STELLA!!!"
Harry does an impression of Marlon Brando
Caroline imitates Brando's infamous "Stella!" yell.
Frasier talks about Blanche DuBois in Streetcar.
Someone named this movie with its German name ("Endstation Sehnsucht")
The musical "Oh, Streetcar!"
Robin quotes the movie's famous last lines to Tony, who doesn't seem to get the reference
Like Brando's performance, Raymond yells "Lisa" in front of the Parkers' house.
Referenced by Niles while takling to Roz.
Ben shouts from atop the train car, "Stella!"
Furlow says: "Must be hard for someone as, ah...invulnerable as you to have to rely on the kindness of strangers." quoting Blanche's famous line.
Reference to the Marlon Brando adaptation
Daniel channels the character from the movie, Stanley Kowalski, when he shouts for his wife "Stella".
Harvey dresses up like Marlon Brando and re-enacts part of a scene
Mentioned on Inside The Actor's Studio
Louis does another Brando impersonation, this time Stanley Kowalski.
Lane calls Rory "Blanche" after her gentleman caller comment, confusing Southern Gothic play references.
Max yells the infamous "Stella!"
Lorelai names Rory's bird Stanley, but when Rory reveals it is a girl, Lorelai renames it Stella, because "Stella was married to Stanley". In a later scene, Lorelai imitates Stanley's "Stella!" cry when the bird goes missing.
Christian standing in front of the Moulin Rouge yelling, "SATINE!!!" references the "STELLA!!!" scene in Streetcar Named Desire
mentioned in dialogue
The Musical "Oh, Streetcar!"
mentioned in documentary
One of the Canine Coiffures employees refers to Blanche DuBois.
Mayor Quimby talks about "a faded Southern belle" who seduces pizza delivery boys.
Lorelai imitates the famous "Stella!" yell.
The musical adaptation from the TV series is referenced
A line of dialogue references a famous quote from this film.
Dr. Venture's quote "I've always depended on the kindness of strangers" is a direct line from this film.
Boris was screaming for Stella to come back shouting "Stella! Hey, Stella!"
The street singer Pete Anderson says, "I have always depended on the kindness of strangers." Then the character Daisy Adair says she has played Blanche DuBois for a lifetime.
It is mentioned in a magazine.
One character mentions this movie when comparing Marlon Brando to Montgomery Clift.
Michelle mentions this movie.
A student performs the "Stella!" scene during the school show.
The actors discuss the film
Angela: You're hopping the Streetcar Named Desire with Booth? Oh, I love this.
Stella jokes that her dad was a big Marlon Brando fan
A number of acting students try their hand at the famous "Stella" line, as done by Marlon Brando.
Perry knows about this movie because it stars Marlon Brando
The movie is mentioned in dialogue.
Abby flawlessly wins the audition for the role of Dorothy by acting out the famous "Stella!!!" scene from this film.
Laurence Fishburne mentions the film.
Blanche's mantra "I have always relied on the kindness of strangers" is repeated.
Janet says "Waterfront" reminds her of "Streetcar", only without the rape.
Quoted (by Marlon Brando impersonator).
chapter titled "A Streetcar Named Ophelia"
Reference in a $100 question
Marietta, a Southern belle, takes her line "You were not the gentleman I expected" from Streetcar
A line from the film is included in a $16,000 question
Mentioned by Chris Kattan
Shawn says, "Hop on board the 'Streetcar Named Shawn-zire.'"
Jay and a "Jaywalking" participant talk about the film
Julia (John Lennon's mother) is psychologically similar (dark past included) to Blanche DuBois from "A Streetcar Named Desire", although "Nowhere Boy" is based on a true story.
Stella is the name of Charlotte's dog; also Tiana's exit from the streetcar.
A still of Marlon Brando as Stanley is shown.
When Stanley cries out for Stella.
One of the interviewees is talking about the film and quotes a conversation between Mitch and Blanche about the meaning of the word "straight."
Clue: "Blanche DuBois."
Deconstruction of the movie, before its storyline takes place.
Referenced episode title
When Cam is helping Gloria look for Stella the dog
Mentioned by David after he chooses All About My Mother as one of his top three international movies as a movie that it channels.
Eddy stands in front of a Stella McCartney store and shouts, "Stellaaa!"
The scene where Stella leaves the Mob Boss is an homage to the scene in A Streetcar Named Desire where Stella is leaving Staney.
title quotes famous line "I've always depended on the kindness of strangers"
Penny appears in a production of "A Streetcar Named Desire."
Bertram Winkle's corny paraphrasing of Stanley Kowalski
an animated version is shown in school
RuPaul tells contestant Jerick Hoffer that he could see him playing Blanche DuBois.
Tom and Rex talk about the film.
This movie is on Chuy's movie knowledge quiz.
Haskell mentions "Brando in 'Streetcar'."
Dr. DePaul (imitating Brando): "Stella!"
Tony is watching this move on tv
Clips are shown for the review of the restored re-release.
Featured film clip
This film is #45 on the list.
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 features many clips and references from movie and television history.
Featured film clip
Scenes from the movie are featured.
Documentary about Sex in Films
Clips featured during Karl Malden's Life Achievement Award presentation.
Memorial Tribute: Elia Kazan
Clip used to show different prototypical examples of attitudes towards "Sex in the South."
The quotes "Stella! Hey, Stella!" and "I have always depended on the kindness of strangers." are #45 and #75 on the list.
Documentary About the Making
Documentary About the Making
Documentary About the Making
Documentary About the Making
This film is #47 on the list.
Clips featured during montage.
Clips shown in a segment on Marlon Brando.
Clip shown during intro: Stanley smashes a plate.
Spoofed during V.A.M.P.
Spoofed in 'Stella' skit
David Hasselhoff shouts: Stella, Stellaaaa
Parodied as "A Streetcar Named Desirée".
After taking some pills, Elaine is in a excitatory state. When she is introduced to Aunt Stella, she does several imitations of Marlon Brando's famous line 'Stella!'.
Frank teaches Ally to do "Stella!"
Dick, trying to act like a slob, drinks and calls out "Stella!" Later in the scene, Janet says she has "always depended on the kindness of strangers."
Scene reenacted using cats
At the end of the video that the agents watch with the kidnapped guy as an actor in, he can be heard yelling 'Stella! Stella! Stella', realising his wife has been kidnapped. This is a nod to the famous line in this movie, most famously known as spoken (or yelled) by Marlon Brando in the film.
Spoofed in the Mardi Gras segment, with John Belushi as Stanley, yelling "Stella!"
Toward the beginning of the film, Mr. Websley is upset about somebody named Della being late and shouts "Della?! Della!" in a manner reminiscent of Stanley's shouting "Stella! Stella!"
Ned calling out Chuck's name is similar to that of Stanley calling out "STELLA!!!" Olive even mentions this.
A talentless actor shouts "Stella" repeatedly
Watched in class/Milhouse yells "Fella!" dressed like Brando
An earlier version of the movie is seen