Jailhouse Rock (1957)
Elvis mentions movie by name
Blues Brothers do a cover of "Jailhouse Rock" while in jail at the end of the movie.
During the Showtime number, one dancer wears a T-Shirt of Elvis in Jailhouse Rock
A poster of "Jailhouse Rock" is featured in the flashback segment of the movie.
Nikki has a "Jailhouse Rock" poster in her cell.
Referenced by Scrooge while in prison
The film is discussed by Clarence.
Tom: "We're goin' to a party at the county jail."
Tom (singing): "Goin' to a party at the county jail . . ."
Clarence mentions this film during his "I'd fuck Elvis" speech.
Stimpy performs at a prison in front of a crowd of inmates.
"Jailhouse Rock" heard
Will: "Did you rock his jailhouse?"
Rodney has the movie poster in his house
correct response in "Elvis Film Roles" category
Lorelai references the title song after bailing Emily out of prison.
Elvis Presley's screen test seen
Several references for the film that this is making of documentary of
Song played on the game and Dwayne Johnson imitates Elvis' moves
Jay recommends it among Elvis Presley films
Mission achievement titled "Jailhouse Rock" references the Elvis classic of the same name.
Video case is shown.
Dwight says that "Jailhouse Rock" was the first Elvis movie he saw.
mentioned by Lester
Det. Crawford mentions it's one of his favorite Elvis films.
One of the levels is titled "Jailhouse Nok."
the songs of Elvis Presly
Footage from this film was shown in this documentry.
brief clip shown
A clip within clips: The teaser features clips from "That's Entertainment III" (1994), which in turn include a clip from this movie.
Talk about the movie
One of the subjects of the film
The song "Jailhouse Rock" is #21 on the list.
Clips shown in a segment on the title song's video.
Photos from the movie
Clips of this film are shown during the interview with Richard Walter about the film career of Elvis Presley.
Clips of this film were featured.
reproduces a musical number as a gag
The final scene has Dan in jail with three other men, dressed in the old fashioned black and white stripped prison clothes, singing and dancing to Elvis Presley's "Jailhouse Rock".
Johnny Bobby's "Mental House Rock" song spoofs "Jailhouse Rock."
When Hämsterviel is in jail at the end of the movie, the other imprisoned Leroys in cells around him start dancing to the song.
Paul Panfer makes his own verison