Mentioned in connection with Mystery Guest Michael Caine.
Terry-Thomas' character says "What's it all about, Georgie ?" to Jerry Lewis
Maude quotes the movie tagline, "What's it all about, Alfie?"
song from movie in title
Theme song sung with altered lyrics during "What's It All About" with Pinky and Leo
'What's it all about Alfie' is sung as 'What's it all about Leo"at the start of 'What's it All About'
What's it all about Alfie theme song sung at the start and finish of 'What's It All About'
The actors perform a scene from this movie.
"What's this all about?" Joel: Alfie.
mentioned once in amusing anecdote by Caine
Title mentioned by Donovan Winter
"What's it all about"
Christian Slater's character asks Adolf Hitler ("Hollywood" version): "What's it all about, Alfie?" This is also the opening line to the title track for the film - Alfie - both of which question the purpose of life and love.
Referenced by name
Alan Hopgood mentions it.
Ray says "what's it all about Alfie", quoting from the end of the film
Jeremy says to Mark "Just because today was the first time you have ever, ever, ever successfully arranged a date with a woman does not suddenly make you Alfie."
Mentioned by Richard as a correct answer.
referenced on screen
Megan lists this movie as one possibly for her, Julia and Sally to go and see.
"What's it all about, Alfie?"
When Mr. Lisk first appears, looking at himself in a mirror of a shop, he quotes Michael Caine's character.
theme song played coming out of commercial break
Joe walks past a pizza joint named "Alfie's Pizza".
Michael Caine talks about his hit movie
Clip shown in a montage.
Shown in montage showing Michael Caine career.
We see a glimpse of Michael Caine in that film on Steve´s widescreen TV when the gang is tracking him.
footage from the trailer of Alfie is used
The title is a spoof of the Alfie title song, "What's it all About, Alfie?"
central character based on that film's title character and also named Alfie
main character is based on that film's title character and also named Alfie
The song "Austin" and the montage that accompanies it spoofs the montage to the song "Alfie". The song has the same lyrics with just the name altered.