The Hustler (1961)
Mrs. Osborne mentions Jackie Gleason in reference to pool.
Nana stands in front of a poster for this film.
Blackie Sorrell mentions seeing "that movie with Paul Newman and Jackie Gleason."
Paul Newman mentions this film
The Projectionist imitates Minnesota Fats at the pool hall and mentions Paul Newman.
Tom Skerritt's character says "Ever since I saw that movie, I always wanted to play pool with a fat man"
Poster of Paul Newman playing Eddie Felson is seen hanging in the pool hall where Ryu practices.
Mentioned by John Morgan.
Movie title used in title
Peter twice alludes to the film regarding Trina's pool-shooting prowess, once asking if she was trained by Minnesota Fats and later comparing her with star Paul Newman.
When Edith sees Irene's pool cue case, she notes that Paul Newman had one like that in "The Rustler."
Tilt chalks her hands and says, "I saw this in a movie once. It was called THE HUSTLER."
direct references about breaking Chip's thumbs
The movie theatre at the beginning and end of the film is showing The Hustler.
Molly asks concerning the set up for the poker game involving Brendan, Simon and Maggie "What is this? The Hustler revisited or something?"
Bruno to Shorofsky: "Did you ever see Paul Newman in The Hustler and what they did to his hands?"
A photograph of Paul Newman is shown on a movie collage in a theater.
When playing pool with Flanders, Homer calls himself "Springfield Fats".
During the taxicab sequence, in the process shot of the streets behind the cab, a marquee is visible advertising 'The Hustler'.
Rossen directing Mewman in still from "The Hustlr
mentioned as a film directed by Rossen
Eddie and Fats caricatures play billiards in Slappy's acting class.
He's what we call a born loser
Danny refers to pool-playing Andy as "Fast Eddie", the protagonist of "The Hustler".
Ricky briefly discusses 'The Hustler'.
After beating him at pool, Valerie asks Harvey to call her "Westbridge Slim".
Hidden Hollywood features scores of scenes from past movies, some in passing reference and many clips from various movies.
Myrna recites a scene to Eva in front of everyone in the diner.
Referenced by Tom during the pool hall scene
a character talks about wanting to be like fast eddie
Manager telling wife/girlfriend something that the audience can't hear - woman's suicide attempt follows
The film is mentioned by the cuban boyfriend of Carmen Maura
mentioned in documentary
After playing pool Troy is referred to as "minnesota Truy."
mentioned by Paul Newman
Danny jokes a murder suspect is a cross between Minnesota Fats and Spider-Man
Dave Foley claims that Fast Eddie Felson was a previous winner on the show.
This doc discusses the making of the film
This documentary is the official making of the film
Disusses real pool sharks in relation to the ones portrayed in the film
referenced by name.
The caracther "Minnesota Fats" is mentioned during a play of poole.
Minnesota Fats is mentioned in dialogue
In the pool hall scene in Face Eater, there is a poster of Jackie Gleason from the film The Hustler.
One of the suspect's false IDs bears the pseudonym Eddie Felson which DiNozzo identifies as a reference to the character Fast Eddie Felson, played by Paul Newman.
Subject of the Final Jeopardy! clue in the category "The Academy Awards"
Mike Sigel identifies certain shots as having been used in the film
"You and your buddy been hustling us" "This ain't no Paul Newman movie"
hustling mentioned in reference to Paul Newman
Fatboy says to Whitney, "You can't be no youth club worker without knowing how to play pool! You know what, Fats is going to have to teach you, alright? It'll be like that film, you know with Paul Newman? What is it called? It's a great film, man! It's called... The Hustler, you ever seen it?"
referenced in clue in "Role Call" category
It is referenced on the back cover of a video movie.
When Maggie is playing pool she says to Jack Spaniel, after badly missing a shot, "Shut it, Fast Eddie". Fast Eddie was the nickname of the character, a professional pool player, portrayed by Paul Newman in "The Hustler".
clip of George C. Scott
This documentary discusses and features The Hustler (1961).
This film is #6 on the "Sports" list.
Clips shown in a segment on Paul Newman.
The Film is Discussed
The Film is Discussed
Title card used.
Clip shown during "top 40" montage