Moulin Rouge! (2001)
scenes are taken from this film
The 'Placido Domingo' moon, during the Elephant Love Medley
Christian standing in front of the Moulin Rouge yelling, "SATINE!!!" references the "STELLA!!!" scene in Streetcar Named Desire
The 'No one could play him like you could/No one's going to' exchange from The Pitch scene is a direct lift.
Christian comes up with the lyrics "the hills are alive with the sound of music".
In the "Spectacular Spectacular" production at the end, "La Chocolat" is made up as Disney's Genie
Jack: "... or were you too busy high kicking it with Nicky Kidman at the Moulin Rouge?"
Jack: "Happy Moulin Rouge coming out on DVD."
Kennedy says she loves how Willow turns off the Moulin Rouge DVD at chapter 32 so that the film has a happy ending.
When the characters are about to put on a song-and-dance show, one comments, "Spectacular, spectacular!"
After Ross spreads the rumour that Chandler is gay, Monica jokingly says that he made her watch this film all the time.
mentioned in dialogue
The character Ameen mentions the movie title as he's wishing to kiss Nicole Kidman like the character Christian (Ewan McGregor) does in Moulin Rouge! (2001)
referenced in clue in "Actors & Actresses" category
Ralph: "I loved Moulin Rouge."
A clip is shown of Ewan and his wife at the premiere for Moulin Rouge
Opening shot of computer-generated Paris, made to look like aged black and white film
DVD and video case are shown in a video store.
While redecorating her garage, Lorelai considers theming it after the film and talks about keeping Ewan McGregor in there.
Mentioned in a story on Bollywood dancing.
Gloria turns into a green fairy.
A song from this film, "Because we can", is featured
Various dance moves in a montage replicate Moulin Rouge moves, as well as a scene that replicates the pull-rope swing in the opening of the "Sparking Diamonds" number.
Mentioned by Jim Broadbent
discussed by character
Lawrence mentions the film in one scene.
Mentioned during the absinthe question
Referenced by Biggins introducing dance number
When a story on Geelong visits the HomeHouse nightclub, Catriona mentions that the chandeliers and red velvet in it are from the set of Moulin Rouge.
Mentioned in a review of Australia when Margaret and David talk about Baz Luhrmann's theatrical style of direction.
Australia (2008) is refered to as 'Moulin Rouge (2001) with dirt'
Jon Gribble's IAmFreeTonight profile says his favorite movie is Moulin Rouge
Reference to Mya's work on the soundtrack
Hosts Tom Bergeron and Samantha Harris mention film when Baz Luhrmann is introduced. Debi & Maksim dance to the film's tango version of "Roxanne"
Tom Bergeron mentions the film when talking about Baz Luhrmann's stint as a guest judge
Both productions are filmed in Sydney, Australia, have singing by Pink, and a "bohemian" musical number.
Mentioned by DiNozzo while in Paris.
DVD cover shown.
Chase calls prisoners #22 'Moulin Rouge!' in a mocking way.
In Paris, Phineas passes by the Moulin Rouge.
Carla Gugino mentions this movie during interview
When Christina Cirillo shows the outfit that she has designed for Jennifer Hill for the night of SWAN, she explains that Jennifer wanted a "fucked up Moulin Rouge look."
AniMat considers the first Happy Feet film as the Moulin Rouge! of animated films.
Floss: "Oh, that would have to be the "Moulin Rouge" review with that fantastic Brentalfloss cameo.
Brad says he saw the movie Moulin Rouge
Jay mentions that Ewan McGregor was in the film
The green fairy the Walter sees when tripping
Kurt picks it for movie night.
Picture of Duke of Monroth is shown.
swooping shot of Gatsby's first party echoes first shot of Moulin Rogue
Chelsea mentions John Leguizamo appearing in the movie.
"Oliver has taken the night off from the Moulin Rouge I guess."
Mentioned in dialogue
"I want everything to look spectacular like that musical Moulin Rouge!"
Mentioned in dialogue
Nicole Kidman talks about an injury she sustained on the set of this movie
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing Nicole Kidman
The two main characters sing 'Come What May" and it's filmed to reference this film.
Dolly texts Ewan McGregor that her mother watched this and thought he was sexy.
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Ewan McGregor; also mentioned by Ewan McGregor
Mentioned in dialogue
Jay discusses the film
A clip is shown.
Clips from film are used in this episode.
The song "Come What May" is #85 on the list.
A clip from this movie is shown during a segment on the song Your Song.
Some clips from this movie are shown when it is the subject of a segment.
Shown on the 2001 episode
Clips shown when Jason Dundas tells us it was the first Baz Luhrmann film that he saw.
Fragment showed during the end
Clip showing an interrupted kiss.
a clip is shown in a montage of Ewan McGregor's films
Taking #7 as the top movie musicals
Clips of mistakes shown
"El Tango De Roxanne" takes #3
movie is reviewed
Critic says the Duke is less subtle than Everett's character here.
The review takes #1
Ranked at #9
Clips seen and discussed
Spoofed as a 1970 musical
Miss Piggy stars in a parody, Moulin Scrouge
They make a parody on the music numbers.
Green fairy is made fun of in both movies
In the music scene Lissi is dressed up like Satine
Elephant scene spoofed in this program.
The opening segment of the show is a spoof of this movie