All That Jazz (1979)
scenes are taken from this film
Opening sequence is homage to the curtain call sequence in 42nd Street. Joe Gideon is an homage to the character Julian Marsh, who is also a broadway director/choreographer on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
A would-be actress performs the famous line "I've always depended on the kindness of strangers"
The part played by 'Cliff Gorman' was based on Lenny Bruce as played by Dustin Hoffman in Bob Fosse's film Lenny. Gorman had originated the role on Broadway.
on marquee outside theater after audition
interview with Roy Scheider during the filming of this film.
Footage of Bob Fosse on the set of the film.
Title mentioned during Bill Murray's Oscar predictions
Title on video will: All that Russell
Advertised on a theater marquee.
Mentioned in reference to Ann Reinking's career.
poster shown hanging on an apartment wall
Caroline alludes to it.
The moment when Lana cries "Showtime!" references a similar moment in this film.
Jim makes the "Showtime" mirror scene.
Brian uses eye drops, takes a deep breath, and says "Showtime!" just like the director in All That Jazz
several songs from the movie are performed
All That Jazz film takes its title from a song in the 1975 Broadway musical "Chicago: A Musical Vaudeville." When Kate calls Joe at the hospital from backstage, the song playing in background is "We Both Reached For The Gun" from the same source.
mentions Bob Fosse in connection with this film
Video case is shown in a video store.
Mentioned in the Film
Lawrence mentions Bob Fosse's choreography in the film.
referenced in clue in "1987 Obits" category
Uses the same music, Vivaldi's Cello Concerto, as a soundtrack to morning rituals, as All That Jazz does
Ray discusses the film's "cutting pattern, rhythm, and darkness" as inspirations for a project he was exploring at the time this interview took place.
mentioned on dialogue
Referenced by name.
Walter White says "Don't bullshit a bullshitter" to Barry, his student, who is asking Walter to pass him. The phrase comes from "All that Jazz" and is repeatedly told by the film's main character, Joe Gideon.
Jay asks his dancers if they have seen this movie.
The movie "Nine" reminds Roeper of "All That Jazz"
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "That's Handy"
DVD cover shown.
Carla Gugino mentions this movie during interview
The final scene references the music numbers Joe imagines while in the hospital, particularly the fan dancers' number "Who's Sorry Now?"
The film is discussed.
Title is referenced
Jimmy repeats Joe Gideon's "It's showtime, folks!" morning ritual, set to Vivaldi's Concert in G.
Scheider's death scene
Fragment showed during the end
clip featured in In Memoriam tribute
Taking #10 as the top movie musicals
clips from the film are shown
Porn movie take on mainstream film.
The preparation for the audition is similar to a scene in this film, and the music heard is modeled after it.
The character Chazz Busby is modeled after the character of Joe Gideon in this film, and his dance moves at the end are inspired by Bob Fosse.
redone as the porn "all that jizz"
A recreation of Bob Fosse in seen with Lenny, Disco Stu and Willie dancing on Mr. Burns' empty grave.
The final sequence is a recreation of the "Bye Bye Life" segment with Chris Monsanto a substitute of Joe Gideon.