The Sunshine Boys (I) (1975)
Horshack mentions seeing this movie many times,
Siskel and Ebert discuss the recently Oscar-nominated movies, including this one.
Burns and Walter Matthau discuss and perform a partial routine from the film.
on movie marquee
Walter Matthau discusses making the movie.
Referenced by name
Crow: Again with the finger!
Buddy says an upcoming opportunity could do for his career what "The Sunshine Boys" did for George Burns.
Crow (as Willy Clark): "Again with the finger!"
George Burns in this movie guessed in the charades game
The bots do a kabuki version of the Sunshine Boys.
Same basic plot, screenwriter Carrie Fisher has cited it as an inspiration.
Neil Simon and Richard Benjamin talk about working with Matthau in The Sunshine Boys.
Poster of this seen in one of the stock footage shots of cinema fronts in the 70s.
Tony: "That's a lot of K's. K's are funny. Agent rieger, ever see The Sunshine Boys"?
Joel: "They're doing the doctor sketch from 'The Sunshine Boys.'"
Walter remarks that after his being in Jeff's show for 24 years, he and Jeff will soon become "the stinkin' Sunshine Boys"
Homer looks at an old playbill of "The Sunshine Boys" that starred the Sea Captain and Chief Wiggum in the title roles.
Willie watches this show on TV in his apartment
This documentary is a "behind the scenes" of that movie.
Walter Matthau and George Burns argue about freshening up the act.
A clip is shown.
Spoofed in "The Sunshine Squirrels" segment