Giselle makes a dress out of curtains, as does Scarlett in the film.
The Italian restaurant they eat at is called "Bella Notte," a song from the movie Lady and the Tramp.
In the climax, Queen Narissa transforms into a dragon-like beast, the same as Maleficent does. In an opening scene, when Prince Edward is overcome with love for Giselle, he picks up the portly Nathaniel and does an awkward dance with him. The scene is reminiscent to Prince Philip doing a similar move with his father, King Hubert. In addition, when Narissa reveals the unconscious Giselle behind her is the same way Maleficent reveals Aurora to the fairies.
The divorced couple is named the Banks, and Giselle talks to a bird lady who says "Do you want to feed the birds? Only a dollar a bag."
During the Central Park musical number, there is a shot of Giselle walking over a grassy hill and then spinning around with her arms outstretched, as Julie Andrews does in the opening of The Sound of Music. Also, Giselle uses drapes to make clothing.
Pip's line "Yeah, but who's gonna rescue me?!" is a reference to the opening song "The Journey" sung by Shelby Flint from the 1977 Disney classic, in which a bottle containing a plea for help "sings" asking to be rescued from the waves.
When Robert is berated after Giselle makes a scene talking to the divorcing couple, his superior says "there is a woman crying, like we're on Oprah."
Edward's horse's name is Destiny, just like the horse of the White Knight, Sir Victor Igthorn.
In the opening, when Prince Edward hears Giselle sing, he announces that he "must find that voice," the same way Prince Eric does when he hears Ariel sing. Sam, the legal secretary is played by Jodi Benson, the voice of Ariel in "The Little Mermaid." As Giselle looks at the fish tank, music from "The Little Mermaid" can be heard in the background.
Robert's costume at the ball is similar to that of the Beast's dancing costume. Also the soap opera stars Paige O'Hara, the voice of Belle, and the soap opera's background music is the title song and the scene itself is similar to the bandaging scene. Also, the dance steps and the sweeping camera moves during the ballroom dance (i.e. the chandelier) are the same camera angles that are used in Beauty and the Beast during their dance together.
Pumbaa makes a cameo appearance at the end as one of the animals waiting in line for Pip's autograph.
The roar that the Dragon lets loose as she leaves the ballroom is taken from this version of Godzilla
When Gisele climbs the tower to battle Narissa, there is a brief shot of her standing with her sword on the tower. This shot is nearly identical to a shot featured in the scene when Mulan is battling Shan-Yu
Giselle and Sampson both have a faithful sqiurrel/chipmunk friend who goes looking for them after the characters from both movies get separated.
When Prince Edward is on the top of the bus, behind him is the poster of Superman Returns.
Seen advertised on a billboard
Susan Sarandon mentioned it.
Episode about this film.
Based on the film and interviews the actors that star in the Disney film.
In the cold opening, Amy Adams, who played Giselle in the film, says, "Everyone has been treating me like a real princess."
Used during the TV test
A DVD of this movie is shown in a promotion of other movies starring Susan Sarandon available at BigPond Movies.
mentioned on message board during end credits
Movie Poster on Display
Mentioned on Oscar criticism on weekend update
Mentioned by Kelly
Notes from "True Love's Kiss" are heard as Candace says that she feels "enchanted."
Homer gets the idea to get rats to clean the house.
perfect staircase moment example
Mentioned in a $12,500 question
Hewy says this movie both parodied and praised classic Disney movies
A Disney film with songs by Alan Menken.
Mentioned as one of four films to earn three Oscar nominations for Best Original Song.
A Disney live-action/animated hybrid.
Subject of a $600 clue in the category "Alliterative Actors"
Mentioned in conversation about Disney princesses.
Mentioned in the opening narration
DVD cover shown.
Hewy says "Tangled" was originally a quasi-sequel to "Enchanted"
Conan O'Brien introduces actress Amy Adams and mentions this movie.
Keith describes Shane's girlfriend as "cute in a kinda Amy Adams kinda way... somewhere between 'Enchanted' and 'The Fighter'."
"It turns out the jerk from Enchanted is working for the Decepticons."
Jay mentions that Amy Adams was in the film
Susan Sarandon's character is called a "dragon lady". In Enchanted Sarandon spends the latter half of the movie as a dragon.
Both feature Idina Menzel's voice and characters discussing marrying a prince that the lead female has only known for a day.
Ben says, "I watched 'Enchanted' three times to get all the details right and then another two times, because that movie is amazing."
The Critic thinks The Swan Princess is one of the movies that it was spoofing.
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing James Marsden
Amy is asked what she thinks Princess Giselle is doing nowadays; the title is mentioned.
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Into the Woods (2014)
Alan Menken performs "That's How You Know."
Rachel says she prefers "a bit of Enchanted or Pretty Woman" to any James Bond film.
"They're also ripping off Enchanted."
Giselle is a stranger in New York. She falls in love and brightens the dreary reality of the ives of those she meets.
An audio snippet of "Pink Elephants on Parade" plays on the television that Edward watched.
A scene with Edgar Bergen and Mortimer Snerd is on the television that Edward is watching.
clips in Ratzenberger conclusion
Jakob Stegelmann looks at the upcoming Danish release + trailer footage used.
Clips shown for the review.
reviewed + footage used
clips and behind-the-sceens footage shown
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Clips of mistakes shown
Clip of sleeping Amy Adams awaiting a kiss from her prince.
Movie reviewed in this episode.
a clip is shown in a montage of Amy Adams films
movie is discussed
Dragon fight at the end of the film from the top of the Empire State Building.
There are MANY scenes that are spoofed or referred to in this film: The queen disguises herself as an old crone; she offers Giselle an apple in live action; Giselle mistakes a man with dwarfism for Grumpy; "The Happy Working Song" is a spoof of "Whistle While You Work"; Prince Edward thinks that a television is a Magic Mirror; Giselle's close friendship with woodland creatures.
One of the mice gets caught in a bubble ala elephant in Dance of the Hours.
During the cleaning scene, three cockroaches perch themselves on Giselle's finger and hum along with her singing. In Song of the South, three bees perch themselves on Uncle Remus's finger and hum along to "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah."
When Giselle was scrubbing the bathroom floor, singing, there were bubbles with her reflection on it. Its a scene from Cinderella when she was singing "Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale". Another one was when Giselle ran off to rescue Robert, she dropped one of her shoes. And Prince Edward put the shoe on for Nancy just like in Cinderella where the prince put the shoe on for Cinderella.
The statue of Prince Edward that Giselle makes is posed in the same manner as Ariel's statue of Prince Eric.
As part of "Just the Good Parts"
the scene where Megan sings