The Way We Were (1973)
mentioned in dialogue
referenced in dialogue
on a marquee
on a poster
on a poster/marquee
When Katie talks about Yalta, J.J. refers to FDR as the Yaltese Falcon.
on a marquee
mentioned in dialogue
on a poster
mentioned as one of Sydney Pollack's credits
Referenced by 'Barbra Streisand'
Daniel steals a lobby card for the film in the opening sequence.
Doris sings the title song at her audition
The film is mentioned in a conversation
Cliff mentions that Norm was whistling the title tune.
Michael mentions that title while talking to Toni about the letter he received.
Ma Clavin recites the lyrics to the movie's theme song.
Josh's Mom asks what song she sang him as a kid. The Way We Were was the song.
Tom (singing): "Memories, like the corner of my mind . . ."
Mentioned during Coffee Talk
Sylvia and Fran both sing lines from the title song of The Way We Were.
Tom (singing): "Scattered pictures of the smiles we left behind"
As Fran is giving a guided tour of the Sheffield house to her mother's canasta group, she says, "This is the very piano played by Mr. Marvin 'The Way We Were' Hamlisch".
The theme song is heard during a montage of clips invovling Elaine and Mr. Pitt.
Maggie mentions the movie by name.
Referenced by name
Fran fantasizes that she's Barbra Streisand singing the title song.
Crow (singing): "Memories, like the corners of my mind"
Fran mentions the movie by name.
Mike rents this movie
Richard thinks Marvin Hamlisch stole the music of "The Way We Were" from him.
This movie is mentioned by one of the interview subjects as something women like to rent.
Referenced in dialogue
Title referenced multiple times by different characters.
Mentioned in dialogue
Kitty says it is a nice movie.
The title song plays over a montage of archival footage from the series.
When Big is to marry another girl the girls remember The Way We Were and Carrie identifies with Katie, in the end of the episode she goes to talk to him (they are in the front of the same hotel where the last scene from The Way We Were was filmed) and she replays that scene with Big only she calls him Hubble, he doesn't understand and she says he never did.
Lena mentions the film
Lorelai thinks Dean would want Robert Redford to be with Barbra Streisand at the end of this movie
Caitlin says she has it on DVD
Is part of Robert's breakup plan
The Tick and Arthur sing the title song.
The song "The Way We Were" plays as Moe remembers his broken jar.
Jonathan references the movie in relation to a romantic encounter.
C.J. compares Ben's hair with Redford in this film.
Lorelai recalls Rory's strong reaction to the film.
Video case is shown in a video store.
After their breakup, Lorelai calls Luke and asks him if he remembers the scene where Katie asks Hubbell to come to her house because he is her best friend, then Lorelai asks Luke to come over for the same reason.
listed on Now Playing TiVo list
Robert Redford said he had never seen it.
mentioned by Drama
Leah tells Jake that she was out watching "The Way We Were" on the day that Ben died.
Mentioned that it is playing downtown
Reference in a $100 question
When Cam sees Whitneys hair, he says she looks like Barbara Streisand in "The way we were"
"The Way We Were" played when Barbra Streisand arrived on stage
On Adrianna's sad movies list
Referenced in dialog and the DVD is shown
Henry tells Shawn to "go back in time and sense the way things were," and Shawn replies, "What does this possibly have to do with Barbra Streisand?"
the film is cited as a tear-jerking movie
mentioned by Fran
mentioned by Cher in award ceremony footage
Sarah says this is her favorite movie.
As Dick beats Brad Priest he quotes from the theme song: "Misty water-colored memories."
Steve and the Chaser are asked a question about the movie's title song when they go head to head.
Theme song played when Patricia Arquette arrived on stage
"The Way We Grr"
Rebecca mentions the movie by name.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Theme song played when Jennifer Aniston arrived on stage
Clips are shown.
Shown on the TV in the motel
clips with Barbra and Robert Redford
footage appears throughout
Memorial Tribute: Ray Stark
The song "The Way We Were" is #8 on the list.
clips are shown to illustrate the best "goodbye" scenes in movies
Playing on TV
Clips shown in a segment.
A clip is used to introduce a segment of the documentary.
"Hairy Chests" segment
Title spoof: when released under the alternative title of "The Way He Was".
Video "The Way We Wounded"
title song sung in shower scene