Gosford Park (2001)
As "The Phantom Fiend," the alternate title for the 1932 sound remake of Novello's 1927 "The Lodger," which Maggie Smith disparages as a flop/
Bob Balaban, whoplays the film's producer, makes transAtlantic calls about the film's casting.
Inspector Thomson looks and acts like Hulot, as a gag.
McCordle brushes off Elsie's chest saying she has dog hair on it, just as Bert Remsen did in A Wedding.
Mentioned during the monologue
referenced as part of the documentary
Referenced by the entertainment reporter
Paul refers to Glenbogle's dinner tradition as as "a bit Gosford Park."
You can see this movie in Robert Englunds DVD collection
Gambon mentions he's in it
DVD is shown in a video store.
"...and this better fucking be Gosford Park."
DVD is shown.
"That's some Gosford Park action right there."
Julian Fellowes discusses writing the film
Mentioned in dialogue
Murder plot based on the film
Jon Cryer mentions the Robert Altman film
correct response in "Trailer Park" category
takes a look behind the scenes
Deleted scenes from the film.
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Interviews about film and locations revisited
a clip is included in a montage of Helen Mirren films
Clips seen and discussed
Film scenes and behind the scenes clips are presented
THe general plot about a murder in an English manor house during a hunting party is spoofed.