Dial M for Murder (1954)
Same plot, same production company, credit to Frederick Knott
Referenced by the Indian chief
Cavett mentions Grace Kelly being paired with Ray Milland.
The local theater group is putting on a stage version of the movie.
When Marty grabs Abby from behind in Ray's house, she is wearing a similar nightdress to Margo, who is attacked in a similar way to Abby.
A poster is visible and the title is mentioned.
The scissors scene from this is remade.
When the unmarked police car crashes (during the scene where they chase Clark Kellogg), a cinema is in the background; this film is on the marquee.
Servo: Dial M for Martian.
The zombie segment is called "Dial Z for Zombies".
Troy McClure mentions a movie he starred in called "Dial M for Murdererousness".
episode title alludes to the film
Crow: "'Dial M for Mundane.'"
Spoofs Dial M for Murder's name.
Title is a play on Hitchcock movie title.
SPOILER: When the hit man is trying to kill Tum, her struggle and solution (reaching for the knife to stab him) echoes Margot Wendice's (Grace Kelly's) struggle with Swann
"Dial L for Leela" segment named after this.
mentioned by Peter Bogdanovich as another film by Alfred Hitchcock very limited in terms of location.
One of Winnie Woodpecker's questions in her trivia game askes which actress starred in this movie as well as Rear Window and To Catch a Theif.
Level title: "Dial B for Blood"
Dial M for Murder is the subject of the documentary, and the film is also referenced in the title.
Rafael buys this movie.
Natalie stabs the intruder with a pair of scissors, echoing the similar murder in Dial M for Murder.
movie is mentioned
Title reference: "Dial M for Murder" has been remade numerous times, but Alfred Hitchcock directed the original.
Turtle mentions a Hitchcockian title, "M is for Amnesia"
"Dial M for Customer Services"
chapter titled "Dial S for Shakespiracy"
Don quotes Mark Halliday: "in stories things usually turn out the way the author wants them to; and in real life they don't..."
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Deadly Films?"
French poster (Le crime était presque parfait) can be seen.
Merritt Grieves shows Peggy Haplin a telephone that according to him was used by Ray Milland in "Dial M for Murder".
"Dial 'M' for Mooder"
The second segment is titled "Dial D for Diddily."
The quest line "Dial 'Z' for Zombies" is a reference to the movie name.
The Dial H for Hamburger poster in Dex's apartment is a parody of this movie's poster.
listed as one of Pelant's Pay Per View movies
The film is discussed.
When Rick is choking one of the gang members, the man tries to reach for a pair of scissors, in a similar way to Margot in the film.
Kent says that "Maddox dialled 'M' and murdered himself."
Constable Knott is named after Frederick Knott, playwright of Dial M for Murder.
Orange reaching at the camera while being strangled is taken directly from Grace Kelly's 3D moment in this film.
Shown on TV
Strangulation scene shown
Shown on TV
clip of Grace Kelly stabbing Anthony Dawson with scissors
The President watches the film.
This film is #48 on the list.
clips shown to illustrate 3D process
extracts from Hitchcock's movie are featured
Clip from trailer used
This film is #9 on the "Mystery" list.
clip with Grace Kelly
contains clips from this movie
You can see a scene from the movie on television, just before the breaking news announcement.
zombie dials M before being garrotted
While fighting with Milhouse, Bart's hand gropes for a weapon in a parody of Grace Kelly's scissor-stabbing scene.
Title is based on earlier Hitchcock film
The first segment is titled "Dial 'M' for Murder or Press '#' to Return to Main Menu" and includes many spoofs of Hitchcock films.
Telephone murder scene spoofed in 'La Legende~Dali'
"Dial SS for Super Sex" poster
Fictitious porn title: "Dial M for Milkjugs."
From "Top Ten Other Movies about Mitt Romney": "10. Dial M for Mitt"