Moulin Rouge (1952)
Mentioned by name in connection with Mystery Guest Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Mentioned by name in connection with Mystery Guest José Ferrer.
Jack comments on Cooper's hieght, and how he is more like Toulouse-Lautrec.
Heironymus Merkin mentions that if Toulouse LeTrec could have seen the movie version of his life, he would have punched everyone in the knee.
Ralph Kemplen, film editor of "Day of the Jackal," was also editor of "Moulin Rouge," -- which is what's showing on the TV just before "Per Lundkvist"'s face appears in a special news flash, prompting him to murder his gay, lobster-waving host.
Where is Your Heart, played at the Ball, is from the 1952 movie, Moulin Rouge and was the # 1 Billboard Song in the uS in 1953.
Mitch spray paints a wall with the Moulin Rouge movie poster on the wall, which also gets sprayed
referenced in clue in "Actors & Actresses" category
Jane quotes lines from the movie.
The can-can scene is a shot by shot reproduction of that in the 1952 film.
Title is referenced
The episode opens with the family watching this film and its famous theme song is heard.
Can can scene
Clips from film are used in this episode.
Was parodied in "Lust for Paint".