Young Frankenstein (1974)
"Walk this way" scene
The way Frank Ross (James Cagney) says "Hello" when he finds something of interest is the same way as Dr. Frankenstein (Gene Wilder) says it when he finds something of interest.
opening shots of the castle with one light burning and gradual zoom in
The "walk this way" gag appeared in this film.
Peter Boyle grunts the same way he did as the monster when following 'Your friendly lady in the house next door'
Referenced in I Feel Pretty
Several posters for this film can be seen outside the movie theater where the silent movie is shown.
Madeline Kahn is introduced as the star of the film.
A poster is visible on a bedroom wall.
Jekyll finds a hidden passage to his granddad's laboratory
referenced by Kelly
Sallah's line "Asps... very dangerous. You go first." is a reference to Igor's line "Wait, master. It might be dangerous. You go first."
Poster outside a theater
Referenced by Roger Ebert in his review of "The Man with Two Brains" (1983).
Whenever Long Duk Dong's name is said a gong goes off, just like whenever Frau Blucher's name was said horses rear up and neigh madly in fright.
Cassette tape on the Mel Brooks video shelf
The butler is very similar to Igor.
The portrait over which the closing credits are played is that of Young Frankenstein's grandfather from the 1974 film. The significance of the portrait is not explained, but the show features Gilda Radner who was married to Gene Wilder, star of the film and 'real' subject of the portrait.
references the line "that's Frahnkensteen"
Both films involve the main character dancing to "Putting on the Ritz".
Tom: "Well, could be worse" Crow: "How?" Tom: "Could be raining"
Tom (a monster moans while people are eating): "Hey, did you just make a 'yummy' noise?"
After Cain says "You must have the reflexes of a cat" he throws his knife aside and a cat yowls. In "Young Frankenstein" the Police Inspector throws his dart aside and a cat yowls.
Joel (after a horse whinnies): "Did you say 'Frau Blucher'?"
Crow: Well, could be worse. Could be raining.
Title mentioned by Larry King
Gorillas perform "Puttin' on the Ritz".
The protagonist boy has a PC who answers to the phone, activated with vocals commands. It says something, like "Yes, master", and it's called Igor, he has a voice similar to the one Igor has in Young Frankenstein and on screen appears a Igor-like image..
During a scene of suggestive refueling, Servo belts out Oh Sweet Mystery of Life.
The film is mentioned by name.
Dr. Hunterhanker resembles Inspector Kemp.
The brain in the jar in Mike's "Frankenome" bit is labeled "ABNORMAL".
Mention of "Frahnkensteen" in "Spooking Bee."
Mike: "It's alive!"
Ca. 18 min. into the film Gnome mimes Igor from the older film.
mentioned in the dialogue
Laurie refers to the monster as "Fronkenstein" while teaching 'Frankenstein' to her class.
Frank dresses up as the monster, which he played in the 1974 film
The gag of Fry & Bender hiding with their heads looking through shelves and being disguised by lots of other heads.
Heather Graham's character's accent
Stewie uses his mind control device to force Chris to sing "Puttin' on the Ritz"
When Michael is the hospital room to take the testicle of his friend after surgery he looks at eyes in the bottles and the bottle he takes in the hand falls on the floor. Similarly, when Igor is in the mortuary to take the brain he is scared by his face reflected in the mirror and the bottle with the brain falls on the floor.
title is a spoof of Young Frankenstein
Lorelai talks about getting a tattoo of Mel Brooks, and mentions the movie.
One character does impersonations of Marty Feldman's character, Igor.
When Jim approaches the front door of the mansion, he mentions how big the knockers are.
Video case is shown in a video store.
"Abby Normal" refers to a pseudonym for "abnormal" which is used in this film
The title is listed on a "Z Magazine" cover.
Mentioned by Mel
Cloris Leachman, who acted alongside Madeline Kahn in Young Frankenstein, makes the same strutting noise when attempting to seduce Adam Sandler's character.
correct response in "My Fear Lady" category
The dance the prisoners do with canes during the "Prisoners of Love" song is the same dance Dr. Frankenstein and his monster perform duing "Puttin on the Ritz"
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
Greg gives Chris a tape of this movie
Jenna tells Walter that he looks like Marty Feldman in Young Frankenstein
Some of Rumplestiltskin's mannerisms were inspired of Marty Feldman's portrayal of Igor.
mentioned/many posters in movie theater
a guy says "Yes, master" sarcastically to someone the same way
The entire plot, Eyesore, Frau Schmit, walk this way, etc
Ryan Reynolds says "Put... The picture... Back!" from underneath his blanket
Jason mentions the movie by name.
When Krauss tells off Manning, he uses the word "Schwanstuker."
Reference in a $100 question
In a news story, Seth mentions that this musical is closing.
Chad is referred to as 'Young Lankenstein'
Referenced by name.
At Lambeth Asylum, when Lawrence is getting ice-water-"treatment", the assistant who gives him injections between dips is made-up to look like Peter Boyles monster in Young Frankenstein
Billboard displayed at Palace Theatre on Broadway.
Billboard displayed on Broadway.
Small poster in window of Ryota's apartment. (This is an anachronism, as the film was released in the US nearly 10 months after the time depicted.)
Reference in an $800 clue in the category "Broadway Musicals"
DVD cover shown.
Pete says: Put the candle back
"These experiments harder when you don't have Boris Karloff, Peter Boyle and Robert De Niro"
Homer asks whether an Aerosmith song was inspired by Young Frankenstein
Roger says that "The Bride of Frankenstein" directly inspired the film
"And before they can send out for Hans Delbruck's brain..."
Scene of Teri Garr rolling around in the hay comes from this movie.
"Dr. Frankenstein, I presume?"
When Norman attempts to pull the book from the hands of his late uncle
Mel Brooks wears a sweatshirt with the movie logo
Mentioned in dialogue
Claudia immitates Igor; Artie says to Claudia, "What hump?"
"They're spoofing the classic vampire comedy, Young Frankenstein?"
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the film in the news segment "TNN - Troldspejlet's nyhedsnetværk"
A character says "Put the caffeine back!" This refers to the scene where Dr. Frankenstein (Gene Wilder) and Inga (Teri Garr) say "Put the candle back!" to one another.
Jay thinks of movie titles when pretends to listen what Mike says
Henrik Iversen mentions the film + clip shown
Dr. Frankenstein and Inga with revolving bookcase and candle.
Clips are shown. Roger Ebert uses it as an example of a movie in the color era that was made black and white.
shows footage from
Film clips included
This film is #13 on the list.
DVD release reviewed + footage used
DVD release reviewed + footage used
The song "Puttin' on the Ritz" is #89 on the list.
an audio clip of Peter Boyle singing "Puttin' on the Ritz" is used in a clue in "'Put' Shots" category
Clips are shown.
film clip shown
Shown During The Mel Brooks Marathon
watched in movie theater
The poster of this movie is shown
Clips of this film were featured during the 'Great American Culture Quiz' segment.
Footage is shown as advice for Brett
Snob alludes to it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
Young Frankenstein is the #4 Best Comedy.
a clip from the film is shown
believed to be where the name Igor was popularized.
The parody of the scene with the blind man is recalled.
Inspector Crow was spoofed here as well.
Dr. Frankenstein commenting on knockers.
played on a tv in the video store
"and yes, that is Teri Garr from Young Frankenstein."
Clips seen and discussed
clip shown for good measure
Critic mentions this as the first and most revolutionary spoof movie ever made
Multiple clips are featured.
film clips shown
movie is reviewed
Jackie and Angelo watch this on TV
Igor pronounced eye-gor rather than ee-gor
"Puttin' on the Ritz," piano scenes, et al.
The brain transplant scene is a spoof of the one in that movie
Scene on train when asking the shoe shine boy if this is the Transylvania Station.
A music plays every time they say "Blue Star", much like the horses neighing in Young Frankenstein every time someone said "Frau Blucher"
Kemp's hand spoofed at the beginnning of Bad Taste
During the Frankencow sequence, the humpbacked canine is modeled after Mary Feldman.
In "The Trick's a Treat", Amber, The Jennifers and Frankenstein's Monster dance to a "Puttin' on the Ritz"-style meledy.
At the start of the show before Maurice comes alive the device used is spoofed from Young Frankenstein & Pinky is acting as Igor
Sabrina plays the violin to calm down Frankenstein's monster.
Everytime Sam or Max say Superball's name, a group of horses can be heard naying in terror.
Homer says "It could be worse. It could be raining" and then everyone looks up
the horses pass gas every time "Razvan" is said
Every time Madame Varcolac's name is said, a wolf howls, much like Frau Blücher's name causing horses to neigh.
scene recreated and spoofed with "caption fail".