The Great Gatsby (1974)
Jerry says he is taking his girlfriend to see the movie because she likes Robert Redford.
Ted says there six people in the audience when he went to see this notable bomb.
Christopher Walken suggested Shreck's cuff-links made from human molars, modeled after Wolfsheim's from this version.
The making of the film is depicted. The scene in which Mia Farrow and Robert Redford dance is re-enacted. Patsy Kensit, who played Farrow in the biopic, previously played Pamela Buchanan in The Great Gatsby (1974).
They show a billboard of eyes watching a few times, just like in the Great Gatsby.
Luke to Ryan (about Oliver): "Just give me the signal, and I'll drop the Great Gatsby."
The Middleman: "How in the eyeglasses of T. J. Eckleburg did you manage to break yours when we so desperately need confirmation?" T. J. Eckleburg is an oculist in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald who left behind a faded billboard that pictures a large pair of blue eyes with half spectacles. The eyes look out over the "valley of ashes" and are thought to symbolize the eyes of God.
Julian and Vanessa (through Serena) compare the film unfavorably to the book.
RuPaul says one of his runway gowns was "Mia Farrow in the Great Gatsby."
Dan says that meeting the Vanderbildts was "less Gatsby, more Fight Club."
Aria dresses as Daisy
fragment with Bruce Dern, Sam Waterston
Clips shown when David Stratton mentions that the Baz Luhrmann version was the opening night movie at the festival.