Some Like It Hot (1959)
Footage of Marilyn Monroe in that film is edited into this one
Geraldine escapes by train heading for Florida with similar scenes on board the train.
George Raft passes a young hood who is flipping a coin in his hand and he asks him where he learned a "cheap trick" like that. That trick was one that Raft used in Scarface.
During the gangster dinner at the end of the movie, Spats Colombo gets ready to hit one of his henchmen in the face with a grapefruit before he is interrupted
Referenced by name
The film's title and plot pay homage.
promo item is shown.
Title mentioned by Ginger Lynn
Answer to question in Movies in Rewind? Category
Similar plot of musicians hiding out in drag.
correct response in "Your Peas" category
DVD cover shown.
The movie is mentioned.
The phrase "some like it hotter" is used in reference to Marilyn Monroe.
Referenced by name
The movie is mentioned by name.
Gene Siskel calls "Bosom Buddies" a TV version of this movie.
Roger Ebert compares the leading lady in "The Fabulous Baker Boys" (1989) to the one in this movie.
Appears on the list of DVD & Blu-Ray releases of April/May
Gene Siskel says "Mr. Magoo" (1997) makes "Flubber" (1997) look like this movie.
Dana says she likes the movie.
Anne and Jerry comment on the passing of Tony Curtis.
Subject of an $800 clue in the category "Spoiler Alert!"
Subject of a $15,000 question presented by Tony Curtis
Included in a $25,000 question
The movie title gets mentioned.
Ellen says Billy Wilder also directed Some Like It Hot (1959) & Sunset Blvd. (1950)
Celia Imrie mentions the film during the episode.
Hawthorne mentions it in a movie quote competition
Wordplay-ish title reference
Billy said, as Fernando: "Some like it hot, I like it cold."
Title mentioned by Colleen
One of several choices presented to the grandpa's to watch on video
Henry shows Ty Marilyn Monroe's guitar from the film.
Poster in Petros' house
Marilyn Monroe impersonator sings "I Wanna be Loved by You"
Open reference by a character
The Sadelstein family watch Some Like it Hot at a theater
Tea Leoni's line "Nobody's perfect, Frank" followed by a two-chord coda echoes Joe E. Brown's closing line and the movie's final notes.
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
documentary features movie poster
mentioned in episode
referenced by Tony Curtis
The film is in Michael and Ben's DVD collection.
When Drew asks Emmett where he learned to run, he says from watching Sugar in Some Like It Hot.
Deb says she loves the film and that she could watch it all the time.
Brian tells Justin not to wait for his glasses to steam up, referencing Sugar's comment after kissing "Junior".
Title and plot are derived from this movie
It gets reported that a Marylin Monroe lookalike spilled gas on someone and set said person on fire. After that she repeatedly yelled "Some like it hot!"
One of three Billy Wilder films mentioned by Jack.
Karen says it's on tv
A subtitle for a short film is "None Like It Hot"
The episode title is a pun on this classic film.
Mentioned by name.
Title reference & plot similarities
Tony Curtis references the movie making a joke about Jack Lemmon being in drag.
In the closing tag-scene, the ladies watch "Some Like It Hot" and discuss how unrealistic the premise is.
Darrin references the "Well, nobody's perfect!" line.
Charmaine references the line "Goodbye, Charlie."
Explicitly mentioned by a character
when Paice tells Mallstrom it was Angie's favourite film, and also the reason for why his middle name is 'Monroe'.
Doris mentions that Marilyn movie where she likes saxophone players
Some Like It Hot is advertised on a marquee.
Some Like It Hot ends with Marilyn Monroe singing "I'm Through with Love", only to stop singing when Tony Curtis kisses her. In Spider-Man 3, Mary Jane sings the same song at a nightclub, and stops when she sees Peter arrive.
Hawking says the nurse is the same age as Marilyn Monroe in this film.
one of the "episodes" is called 'Some Like It Red Hot!'
When Lola is dressed as Marilyn Monroe, she dances to "I Wanna Be Loved by You", the song Monroe's character Sugar sings in the film.
very similar plots (two musicians running away from the mob by disguising themselves in gender-bending outfits)
mentioned in documentary
he was talking about movies playing at the drive in
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
Jerry Ziesmer, the film's AD, talks about this film.
Mentioned by characters.
Poster is shown ("A Qualcuno Piace Caldo").
Guybrush refers to the famous twist at the end of this movie when he tries to guess what the Secret of Monkey Island is.
When Julius prays the secretary of defense says "But I'm not Jewish". Julius answers: "Nobody's perfect".
Vida Boheme dresses like Jack Lemmon's character after winning in the beginning
One of the two movies that Cher and Christian watch at Cher's house.
The morning after with Garth Algar and Honey Horneé references Some Like It Hot, because Garth talks like Tony Curtis, wears a fancy pyjama/robe and uses a pipe. Also Kim Basinger looks like Marilyn Monroe.
Two cops dress up as women, one of them says it's like in Some Like It Hot.
An ad for this film can be seen in a theatre
A poster for this is seen in Nasser's garage office.
In 'Davitelj protiv davitelja' inspector tells his male detective disguised undercover as a woman to repeat to himself 'I'm a girl', same as in 'Some Like It Hot'.
Part of the story is taken from Some Like It Hot. They also have to dress up like women in a band and one guy falls in love with one of them. Same jokes, same story.
The line "Nobody's perfect" when the Marquis discovers the true gender of his beloved Claudia.
Vic meets her friend Pénélope at the theater "La Pagode" where she comes to watch "Some Like It Hot". A poster is visible outside.
Refrences the St. Valentine's Day Massacre garage from Some Like It Hot about an hour and eight minutes into the film
Todd says, "That's why we're here, isn't it? Not to play 'Some Like It Hot'!"
In joke references to Curtis' role with Jack Lemmon in the 1959 movie.
Clips are shown
Ivy's mother is watching the movie on television.
Characters watch clips from the film.
Some Like it Hot is the #3 Best Comedy.
Curtis/Monroe kissing scene on yacht.
Clips of mistakes shown
Clip shown to demonstrate the benefits of filming in black and white
Joe and Jerry admire Sugar Kane's bottom.
Jack watches this movie on DVD in his office
Clips of this film are shown during the segement on Marilyn Monroe with Katrina Szish of 'In Style' magazine.
Clip from trailer used
This film is #22 on the list.
excerpt of film used in documentary on director
Jack, Jill, and the kids go to a screening of "Some Like It Hot"
Clips are shown.
Tony Curtis using a Cary Grant voice and kissing Marilyn Monroe
The quote "Well, nobody's perfect." is #48 on the list.
Ending scene is shown with Joe E. Brown and Jack Lemmon
Clip used in Attack of the Comic Tomato bumper (with tomatoes superimposed over it)
Clip shown as part of The Barry Awards
This film is #1 on the list.
This film is #14 on the list.
scenes from the film are seen in a dubbing studio
clips shown with Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon
Joe E. Brown proposes to Jack Lemmon.
When the three protagonists are in the cinema, the movie being played on the the screen is Some Like It Hot.
a clip from the film is seen
Heroine has seen, thinks she's like Marilyn Monroe, and writes to Billy Wilder.
it's shown playing on a TV set
The segment "Some Like It Stupid" is a spoof of this movie.
Source for parody sketch.
Emmett imitates Sugar's cry of "Wait for sugar!" when he and Drew are out jogging.
A direct storyline to the movie
Blanche sings a song in the same manner in which Marilyn Monroe sang that same song in this film.
The scene where Kevin gets out of his drag and pretends to be the rich to hit on the reporter at the beach is a riff on the scene from Some Like It Hot where Curtis does the same to Monroe. Also, Marcus spends an evening being serenaded by a lovesick suitor to buy time for Kevin and the reporter at said suitor's property is taken from Some Like It Hot.
Porn translation of classic comedy.
At the very end of the movie, Harry and Helen dance a tango, respectively grabbing with their teeth the rose from the other's mouth.
Many gags and dialogues taken from Some Like It Hot