One, Two, Three (1961)
Cagney threatens Horst Buchholz with a grapefruit
Communist Otto is first presented as an exact copy of behaviour of the communist in Trouble in Paradise.
The doctor sings the melody from "Walkuere" because he misses the first act, like Commissioner Lohmann in "Testament". The (uncredited) actor looks exactly like Lohmann.
Red Button's does the Rocky shoulder hitch while imitating Cagney.
Arlene Frances wants to watch the TV show in English (i.e. in America)
Mac tells Chet Huntley that he watches his show, followed by telling David Brinkley that he passed on the message already to Huntley.
Mentioned as the film Arlene Francis is doing
One of three Billy Wilder films mentioned by Jack.
A poster of Billy Wilder's comedy it can be seen put in the wall inside a bull ring
Is playing at a theater in Berlin under the name "Eins, Zwei, Drei".
comic scene with Cagney and Reds
excerpt of film used in documentary on director
The #3 Movie With Numbers For Names
A fragment is shown.
Cagney threatens Horst Buchholz with a grapefruit.
The caffeine/propaganda style is parodied.