Title seen on theater marquee.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Title mentioned by Annie in KoJo's Video store
Charlie references the film by name when talking to Tiffany.
Count Dracula, a Jack Nicholson caricature, says, "The postman always rings twice."
Andrea references the 'love making on the counter' scene.
When Maxwell refers to Body Heat as a racy film, Fran says, "You call this racy? You obviously never saw The Postman Always Rings Twice. Oh, when he cleared that table... Ooh-ahh!"
Mentioned in documentary and poster shown.
Referenced on dialogue
Dialog in car: How can you recognize a postman? Postman always rings twice.
Referenced by name
Brody refers to the 1946 version as "the good one", implying this remake is inferior.
Referenced by name due to recent events concerning the chief of the German Postal Service, Zumwinkel, and Liechtenstein.
Stephanie mentions it after catching Philip and Melanie making out on a kitchen table.
A mission on the movie lot is called "The Postman Always Rings Thrice"
mentioned in dialogue (Jack version)
Fischer uses the storyline of the movie to explain his theory of what he thinks happened.
When Jochen Malmsheimer brings post to Erwin Pezig, he says "The postman always rings twice"
Mentioned in a conversation
Mentioned by Mia Lyhne as a recommendation
Clips are shown
clips are shown to illustrate the best movie sex scenes