The Ruling Class (1972)
"Dem Bones" song in both films.
The main character of La traviata is impersated in the Ruling Class and a famous aria of the opera is sung and acted out.
Jokes about tall Watusis in both films
Video case is shown in a video store.
The title is visible on a magazine cover.
It is mentioned in a magazine.
Mentioned by Meryl Streep and James McAvoy
The butler urinating
Jack Gurney, 14th Earl of Gurney, who doesn't want to be called Jack and who, according to his wishes, is called Bert, thinks he's Jesus Christ and is suspected by his uncle to be a Communist. In "Hail, Caesar!", Burt Gurney is the communist screenwriters' "messianic" patron, who in an iconographic scene takes leave of them and embarks on a passage to the Soviet Union (their "heaven"), one of several conflations and juxtapositions of Christianity and Communism in the film.