A pram is seen rolling down a set of steps.
Frequently acknowledged as a tribute to the older movie where a comedian takes over a small country in a bloodless slapstick coup d'etat.
Woody Allen pays homage to Chaplin's eating-machine scene when he plays a guinea pig testing a machine that allows office employees to get exercise without leaving their desks. As in Modern Times, the machine goes crazy.
A dream is described similar to one in this film.
the rebellion anthem
Gene Siskel recalls that Woody Allen insisted on critics seeing the movie alone because he was so confident in how funny it was
One of the possible answers to the question "Which of the following is not a Woody Allen film?" in the age verification test is "Bananas".
Woody Allen tells Sam that his mother drives him bananas.
referenced by Lou
Andreas mentions a quote from this film
Crow: They're recreating Woody Allen's parking dream.
Max's green corduroy suit is similar to the one worn by Woody Allen at the end of "Bananas." In the film, Allen trains with a rebel group, led by a man named Esposito. Esposito is a character in Max's play "Heaven and Hell."
Referenced by Woody Allen in his TV commercial
mentioned in documentary
It is mentioned in a magazine.
Referenced by name
Right before Whitacre tells his bosses that he is cooperating with the fbi, the music with the kazoo from Bananas is played. Marvin Hamlisch scored both films.
ad seen in paper
Will refers to it during video conference with Venezuelan president.
"Louise Lasser from Woody Allen's
Poster on Miles' wall.
Mentioned by David in a review of the classic movie Annie Hall as another movie made by Woody Allen.
The character Fielding Mellish is a reference to Woody Allen's character in "Bananas."
The poster behind Ugur's back, shows his state of mind.
The bedroom scene between Celia and Jim is a takeoff on a similar scene in Bananas between Woody Allen and Louise Lasser except the roles are reversed.
A VHS of the film is seen.
This film is #69 on the list.
clips shown (translation scene)
fragment with Woody Allen
Woody Allen, Cecil B. DeMille award presentation.
Woody acted as prosecutor and witness simultaneously in the court scene as Everett Sloane did in "The Lady from Shanghai"
The movie poster for Dave's movie "Apricots" is a spoof of the movie poster for "Bananas".