Singin' in the Rain (1952)
The plot of Singin' in the Rain concerns Hollywoods switch from silent movies to "talkies", sparked by the release of The Jazz Singer, which is mentioned a few times.
"All I Do Is Dream of You" appears again in this film.
A singer is hired to dub the singing and speaking voice of a silent-movie actress. Sworn to secrecy, the fill-in must stand by in silence as the star receives all the praises and plaudits.
Same gag is used
The son of McDonald Walling can be heard humming the tunes from the bathroom.
Donald O' Connor suggests that Marilyn Monroe might play Lady MacBeth, and later calls her "Ethel Barrymore". Gene Kelly does the same thing to Debbie Reynolds in "Singin' in the Rain".
"Singin' in the Rain" is performed
Cary Grant whistles title song while hiding in Eva Marie Saint Chicago hotel room.
mentioned by Herman taking about Gene Kelly
Holzman talks about Debbie Reynolds in this film
Donald mentions the movie by name.
the line: "I think I'll make Singing In the Rain"
Alex sings the title song and immitates a few of the dance moves.
Sadie sings the song "Singin' in the Rain" from this movie.
poster visible during 'Happy Feet' dance number
A poster for this is in the shop owned by Rudy Vallee's character; the title can't be seen, but the stars' heads and umbrellas are visible and the tagline can be read.
Kotter takes Woodman's umbrella and performs the title song in his classroom.
When Max and Diana are arguing in their apartment, a Singin' in the Rain poster can be seen in the background in the bathroom
someone sings the title song
Mentioned in dialogue
B.J. examines Mai Ping's baby and says that he is "fit as a fiddle and ready for love."
Rip Taylor sings the title song.
"Make Them Laugh" cited during "No Girl's Toy" scene with Andy running up the wall like Cosmo.
Several references to the movie, like the famous line: "You've seen one you've seen them all."
Rich Little and Fozzie Bear restage the "Singin' in the Rain" number.
Movie poster in the apartment
"Wombling White Tie And Tails" number copies the dancing in the rain segment.
referenced by Don Rickles and Rich Little
When the hotel clerk mentions a movie called 'Swinging in the Rain', Billie asks if it's the one with Gene Kelly.
Mentioned by Lino Banfi
A poster of this film can be seen
Clip of a movie premiere from the film is shown.
Nicky wears an umbrella hat. Dom says "Gene Kelly should have one of thoses."
Kira and Sonny wear slickers and carry umbrellas like in the opening title sequence of "Singin in the Rain"
Gene Kelly sings the title song.
Poster is shown.
Laura: "You'll have to do a Gene Kelly, it's still raining outside"
Gladys plays the title theme from this film and sings a few lines from it.
Actor Jerry Butler sings a bit of the title song as he walks down a street.
The movie is mentioned in a conversation
Poster and pictures from the movie are visible in the dance room where Vic has her lessons of modern dance.
Leroy performs Singin' in the Rain, using many of the same dancesteps as Gene Kelly
title song played over opening scene
John wistles singing in the rain as he twirls his umbrella
In a dream sequence Garfield, wearing a rain coat and carrying an umbrella twirls around a lamp post.
Doofus sings a song titled "Eatin' in the Rain," based on "Singin' in the Rain."
Tom mentions it to Jane on the telephone.
When Earp meets Mix in the studio where he finishes a Western shooting , the scene is the replica of Gene Kelly shooting the Western fight.
Lindsay tells Jack that this is her favorite movie.
In the segment on the National Film Preservation Act, Gene Siskel mentions it in reference to movie musical numbers getting cut out for TV showings.
Eddie Murhpy sings and swings around a lamppole
Servo (singing): "I'm singin' in the brain."
"Singin' in the Rain" shirt seen
Alex swings around pole on wet street like Gene Kelly.
Movie poster visible in the dorm
Tony impersonates Gene Kelly when the theme is played
In conversation at dry cleaners about wet suit.
Mentioned by Frasier.
Johan and Ingrid mention this movie and sing the title song.
Roz sings "Good Morning" to Mac and Dan when they arrive at work.
Elaine sings part of "Good Morning" from "Singin' in the Rain."
Alf mentions title
The family sings "Singin' in the Rain."
Joel (singing): "Gotta dance!"
Randall enters the office singing "Good Morning" and then asks Evelyn if she's been singin' in the rain.
Servo: (singing as a ninja backflips off a wall) "Make 'em laaaaaaaaaugh, make 'em laaaaaaaaugh..."
Sam, Norm, Cliff, Woody and Carla sing the theme song and dance under sprinklers with umbrellas.
Tom: "Moses supposes his toeses are roses."
The film is referenced in the scene where people leave the theatre horrified by Madeline's performance.
Joel (singing): "I'm singin' in the filth!"
Homer's rolling around on the floor on one shoulder references Cosmo's "Make 'Em Laugh" routine.
Joel (singing): "Good morning, good morning!"
Tom: "Moses supposes his toeses are roses . . ."
After singing "That's All I'm Asking For" the miners collapse and start laughing hysterically, just like the main trio in "Singin' In the Rain" does after the song "Good Morning".
A "Singin' in the Rain" movie poster hangs on the wall at the Acme TV studio.
Seen on video store shelf
Servo: Gotta dance!
Movie is mentioned.
referenced in Jay's student film
Niles sings the movie's title song.
A "Singin' in the Rain" poster can be seen at the officers' club.
mentioned by Frank
Emma says the line "I can't stand him" in the same way that Lina Lamont does.
Musical cue when the truck is being chased by water in the aquaduckt at approximately the 1 hr. 20 minutes point of the movie.
referenced in Jay's student film
Mr. Burns climbs a lamp post in the same way Gene Kelly did in Singin' in the Rain
Rainer Wolfcastle's diction lesson mirrors Lina Lamont's in the film.
Mentioned in 'Leg Up'
Theme song heard and Ross does the dance
title called "Singing in the Rain"
Title mentioned and pictures shown at start of Leg Up
Title mentioned during 'Leg Up'
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
referenced in 'Leg up'
Sheriff Metzger and Seth Hazlitt make a bet whether Debbie Reynolds or Cyd Charisse are in the movie.
During the end credits, Danny, Sawyer, and Pudge are seen starring in this movie, with a spoof on the movie poster
Simon and Justin break into an impromtu performance of Singin' in the Rain
When Guido says goodbye to Dora after their first "date", he dances away in the rain using the pillow as an umbrella.
poster at a film studio
When George and Nina take the ballroom dance class, at one point, they are waltzing to a song from this film and Nina is wearing a long blue scarf similar to the scarf-y dress worn by Debbie Reynolds in the dance to the same song in "Singing in the Rain."
Nick sings the title song.
Jackie Chan mentions the film
Referenced by name
The dancers costumes and the stage set of the Broadway section of "N.Y.C." are taken directly from the "Broadway Melody" ballet in Singin' in the Rain.
When being shot to death Paulie performs some of the famous dance number from this film.
Eileen Ryan mentions Gene Kelly and umbrellas.
Zeke mentions the movie by name.
referenced in 'Leg up'
Sam whistle the song "Singin' in the rain"
Alan tells Susan that she hasn't seen his Gene Kelly impression.
mentioned by Mel
"Singin' in the Rain" sketch
After singing "I'll Never Tell", Xander and Anya collapse on a couch and start laughing hysterically, just like the main trio in "Singin' in the Rain" does after the song "Good Morning".
Referenced by name
This movie is mentioned in Kuutamolla (2002).
dance routine in locker room & director's comment
just before the "upside down kiss", as MJ is running from the robbers, there is a shot from on top of the roof, very reminiscent of the iconic shot in singing in the rain with Gene Kelly swinging from the lampost, plus its raining!
Tim: "Dignity. Always dignity."
One of Jackie Chan's fight scenes uses dance moves from this film, towards the end of it he starts to use an umbrella and the humming music from the title song starts to play.
It is among the DVDs that Lorelai buys for Emily.
The title performance is performed
In "Idhar Chala Mein Udhar Chala," Rohit jumps onto a lamp post while dancing in the rain.
A poster for "Hoppin' in the Rain" is seen in the background
Poster on a wall
Poster in Lucy's room.
Sam and Pete discuss watching this film. While she insists it was romantic, he only considers cop movies classics.
Movie Poster seen
A poster for the film hangs in Darren's living room.
Theme palying in the background as Mr. Langlois talks about his museum
The main character dances and plays under the water referring explicitly the famous scene in 'Singin' in the Rain'.
After dancing on the Fudd, Cadet leaps into the air and yells "Gotta Dance",
Mentioned in 'Leg Up'
When Alfie finds out that his results from the doctor is negative, he jumps into a pool of water and kicks into the water like Gene Kelly in the famous Singin' in the rain scene
Shows a clip from Eric and Ernie's "Singing in the Rain" sketch
Carrie Fisher jokes about her mother Debbie Reynolds in Singin' in the Rain
Shows the Singin in the Rain sketch
on movie marquee
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Emmett and Deb reference the line "Dignity. Always dignity."
The film is in Michael and Ben's DVD collection.
referenced in clue in "Before & After" category
Tony sings the song "Good Morning".
discussed as a possible theme for the Hollywood Musical wedding
During the dinner, Tomás mentions this.
Robert Lindsay re-enacts the "Make 'em Laugh" song and dance from this film followed by the line "I'm not really into musicals"
Justine sings 'Good Morning Good Morning' to Tenille
This film is referenced by name in the U.S. theatrical trailer for 'Blonde Ambition'.
Kevin and Chad rented the movie.
Sorrow's Father dances in the rain with his umbrella like Gene Kelly.
Donkey sings "Good Mornin'" from this movie
As a child at the train station, Jean-Dominique sings the title song.
The title is a reference to Singing in the Rain, which features a similar lip-synching story arc, complete with identical stage positioning and curtain-opening "reveal" of the true vocalist in the final scene.
Joe makes Peter, Quagmire, and Cleveland rehearse the number "Good Morning" from Singin' in the Rain.
Song on the sound stage inspired by sound stage song in older film
Mikiya hums the song "Singin' in the Rain"
Anu Webster gets the dvd-version of this movie as a present.
The presenter dances the tune of this film
Mikiya sings the song "Singin' in the Rain"
Roxy says, "And I promised to watch Singing in the Rain with him later on."
Subject of a $2,000 question
House makes a comment about "singing in the rain"
Angie mentions the movie by name and sings the theme song.
Bradley Cooper poses as Gene Kelly in an iconic pose for one of the portraits shown going into commercial breaks
Emerson says that Erin Embry did a "Gene Kelly 'round the rosy" at the fountain.
Tigger does a suit and tophat and sings that he's "bouncin' in the rain."
The movie marquee reads "Swingin' in the rain", starring "Buster Cherry" and "May Furst"
The first few shots in the "Mere Sapno Ki Raani" dance number are a direct homage to the classic Singin' in The Rain dance number
Poster seen at video rental store
Cyd Charisse played in it
Mentioned by Todd McKenney in his comments on the Foxtrot danced by Fiona O'Loughlin and Craig Monley.
Matthew White and Ash-Leigh Hunter dance their Foxtrot to the title song from Singin' in the Rain.
Dance performance to Gene Kelly's recording of the title song
When Lucky and Belle hug, the tail of her dress wraps itself around them
Betty mentions that this is her favorite movie.
About halfway through, Rover is running through the street when it starts to rain rocks. The tune "Singin' in the Rain" plays, and Rover does a dance around a light pole (like Gene Kelly).
Joseph Gordon-Levitt performs 'Make 'em Laugh' during his monologue
Subject of a $500 question
Included in a $25,000 question
Garik sings the main song and describes the scene featuring it.
DVD cover shown.
Dana says she likes the movie.
Kurt mentions it to Sam.
Jennifer Todd mentions this movie during interview
The line "I'm singing in the rain" is portrayed/sung by Garik.
Movie directed by Stanley Donen
Movie is mentioned
Referenced in Phineas's "Hey Ferb (I Know What We're Gonna Do Today)" song
Dr. Doofenshmirtz swings on a lamppost while talking about his "Raininator" as notes from the "Singin' in the Rain" theme can be heard.
Constance's sound test, her appearance, George reacting negatively to her speaking voice, reference Lina Lamont's disastrous attempt at sound. Also, George undergoes similar issues as Don Lockwood.
mentioned in dialogue
Pinkie Pie's quote, "...I am just about to be brilliant,"
In a review of The Artist, David Stratton describes it as being part Singin' in the Rain.
mentioned by Bum
Poster in Sacha's apartment
Two scenes are inspired from this movie: a scene in the movie where Ranbir Kapoor walks into a door and his nose gets bent. There is also a scene where he sits on a sofa with a dummy and tries to entertain Priyanka Chopra.
mentioned by Mr. K
mentioned by Jan
Vinnie Terrio sings a short song reminiscent of this film's title song.
Mentioned in dialogue/poster seen
Stoopid Monkey pays tribute to this film
Miranda sings along to "Good Morning".
Jessica and Ciambellano dance with the umbrella
Correct reponse in final Jeopardy
Scenes are homage
This movie is that chosen by Christopher to act out in the game of charades.
Lina Lamont is mentioned.
mentioned by Alan
Recording of Debbie Reynolds singing "Good Morning" from the soundtrack is heard
Jenny says dancing to "You Were Meant for Me" makes her feel like Debbie Reynolds in the film.
Fluttershy dubs over Big Macintosh's singing voice behind the curtains.
Mentioned by April.
RuPaul says "Make 'em laugh."
Mentioned by Vicky Binns when discussing her role in a stage musical version of the film.
Snob mentions this classic musical
Mentioned in dialogue
Shadow play during the opening theme "Moving Pictures"
The punchline to Paul's joke
The Minions sing "Make 'Em Laugh."
The title and the opening of the episode is in reference to the film.
Mentioned by Roy Bar Natan
While talking to an old Hollywood star about his films the interviewer says "It's like Singing in the Rain, you don't say 'What was all that psychedelic bollocks at the end?', you say 'No, it's a classic, leave it alone.'"
the swordfight scene at the beginning of the film featuring Kelly's character is taken from this film. Note: for a brief second, Lana Turner appears on a balcony and (then after a title card) switches to Jean Hagen!
heard playing on the tv
A clip of the movie is shown.
Donald O'Connor mugging in the "Make 'em Laugh" song number.
"Moses" dance sequence is excerpted
Clip on TV screen as Johan visits Ingrid to watch this movie on video tape
Léon is seen watching scenes from the movie at the theatre.
The "Make 'em Laugh" dancing number is shown, passing as Fred - Donald O'Connor's character in this episode - following his recovery from a heart attack.
This film is #10 on the list.
This film is #16 on the list.
Clips are shown
clip - audio and visual, listed on credits
Memorial Tribute: Donald O'Connor
The songs "Singin' in the Rain", "Make 'em Laugh" and "Good Morning" are #3, #49 and #72 on the list.
Clip from trailer used
clips are shown to illustrate the best dance sequences in films
Audio of Gene Kelly singing "Singin' in the Rain".
This film is #5 on the list.
Protagonist attends a cinema screening: dialog is heard.
Clips featured during montage.
features clips from this film.
the documentary shows clips from this film
A clip is featured.
Taking #5 as the top movie musicals
The musical number is briefly seen.
Will watches this movie multiple times while he is sick.
Clips shown while Orpah recounts the life of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher
Singin' in the Rain is the #4 Best Musical.
Clip shown during 'Debbie Reynolds' memorabillia sale' segment.
movie's soundtrack is reviewed
Clips shown as an honorable mention
song plays during the credits
Pat and Tiffany watch the "Moses Supposes" sequence
Clips seen and discussed
Life Achivement Award presentation.
Parodies the "Broadway Melody"
One of the movies immitated by the Pink Panther in the opening sequence.
Parodied within "Salute to MGM" sketch.
The entire dance sequence is spoof
One of the commandos dresses up like Gene Kelly and does a dance routine like the one in the film.
At the dance room, Vic's mother imagines her daughter singing in the rain (wearing a yellow raincoat), doing tap-dancing (wearing a tuxedo), or dancing languorously in a green robe like Cyd Charisse : 3 nice spoofs from similar scenes in S.I.T.R.
Crow (imitating Lina Lamont): "I can't stand it!"
The "Slippin' on the Ice" segment is a parody of "Singin' in the Rain."
"Slipping on the Ice" spoofs the song "Singin' in the Rain."
Harry does a very clumsy impression of the dance routine on the station platform
Premise and characters, adapted to porn background.
Kel fantasizes about a movie he would be in which is "Drinking Orange Rain" a direct parody of the famous "Singin' in the Rain" song
Spoofed as 'Semen in the Beer' during Seann William Scott's monologue
Willie sings Singin' in the Rain in a similar street in some acid rain.
a segment of the opening credits of Austin tap dancing in the rain spoofs this movie
The teacher spoofed the Singin' in the Rain dance after a date with his subtitute teacher.
Poster spoofing film shown in Warner Bros. commissary
umbrella dance spoofed by backups
Dance sequence to the title song.
the opening lines of "gotta dance" medley/prisoners of love and the tap sequence in "I wanna be a producer"
Quagmire sings a parody of "Make 'Em Laugh" and imitates Donald O'Connor's dance
The exclamation "It's the cat's meow!" during the instrumental bridge of the War song spoofs a similar line in "All I Do is Dream of You".
crazy credits: poster "Barkin' in the Rain"
Sandra Ng's character dances in the rain, imitating the famous "singin' in the rain" scene, but falls down in the end.
The under the rain musical number reenacted during the Gordon flashback montage.
Rarity does Gene Kelly's lamppost spin.
Mr. Burns & Maxine recreate Cyd Charisse & Gene Kelly's "Broadway Melody Ballet"