Clips from movie edited into humorous short subject
The scene where Johanna sings beside her bedroom window is a reference to Mary Pickford in her bedroom in The Poor Little Rich Girl (1917)
"He's in that mood... [draws finger across throat]" said by both Dr. Einstein and Mrs. Lovett
The peep-hole scenes.
Blood forms a spiral pattern in the opening credits sequence of "Sweeney Todd". This red spiral is a recurring motif thoughout "Don't Look Now" (Both films deal with self-destructive obsession).
Burton begins the film in the same style using liquid (this time blood instead of chocolate) flowing through machinery.
Masuka mentions meat pies as a way of disposing of bodies. This was an important part of the plot of this movie.
#3 on Scott's list.
Title is mentioned.
Display shown of costumes used in the film.
Guest expert A.J. Jacobs mentions the film while answering a $25,000 question about the musical
Included in a $4,000 question
Johnny Depp visits Sweeney Todd's barbershop.
The Candy Face song is an allusion to the title song from the musical, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Born in Burbank"
In this episode, Most of the Dunder Mifflin staff attends Andy's "Sweeney Todd" performance.
Poster is shown at some point
Fear Fan has a poster for this movie on his wall
mentioned among movies looking to bring back the movie musical.
Mike mentions Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of ... while cutting hair
Reference of the name in the film (grave and accesoiries)
mentioned by Stacey Snider; still photos
among Burton movies the Critic likes
Clips shown for the review.
Clips of this film are featured and it is mentioned.
reviewed + footage used
Clips are shown
Hewy compares the villain song in "Sweeney Todd" to the villain song in "The Little Mermaid"
#8 is "Pretty Women"
"Tim Burton in 3 Minutes or Less" segment.
Clips of mistakes shown
Taking #9 as the top movie musicals
Taking #2 as the top revenge movies
Clips of mistakes shown
Johnny Depp takes #10
clip shown when Film Brain mentions Tim Burton's good movies
mentioned when talking about Burton's style
film clips shown
A fragment featuring Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter is shown.
Episode is a spoof of Sweeney Todd, complete with darkly-lit set, era-specific constumes, English accents, and actors playing the actual characters from the film.
Parodies the film in the scene where Ryan and Sean get barbered.
"There's No Business like Mo Business" primarily spoofs "Sweeney Todd."
ending is spoofed