42nd Street (1933)
Musical number - Young and Healthy
Scenes are edited into the film as backgrounds for animation sequences.
Clips from title number featured in opening title montage
The film's production company sends a themed train to the presidential inauguration
"Young and Healthy" plays on a radio
one of the mobsters whistles the title tune
Harry Warren plays part of the title song on piano; sheet music cover with photos of the film's actors is shown
In March Antony's song
After disguising himself as a lamp (!), Bugs dances away from Gossamer, to the tune of "Shuffle Off To Buffalo," from 42nd Street.
Title shown on marquee during "Julie Benson" success montage.
One of the songs that Norton plays on the piano to help Ralph brush up on popular songs from movies is "Shuffle Off To Buffalo"
Ms. Kilgallen mentions this early credit of Dick Powell's.
Herman sings Shuffle Off to Buffalo
Songs from the film are sung
As the two are walking towards the theatre in the town of Wheeling where he has gone to look for work, John Boy Walton tells new friend Cissy Brubaker that he is looking forward to watching actors Warner Baxter and Bebe Daniels in this movie.
song from movie used in title
Title featured on a double-feature marquee
in the 'Happy Endings' number
The extras on the bus sing "Shuffle Off to Buffalo."
The opening shot of the street signs in both halves of the "Movie Movie" double feature mimic the opening shots of street signs in "42nd Street"; in addition, the plot of "Baxter's Beauties of 1933" (dying producer wants one last hit, chorus girl takes over for star who has broken her ankle) is largely based on that of "42nd Street"
Col. Potter tells Klinger to "shuffle off to Buffalo."
Opening sequence is homage to the curtain call sequence in 42nd Street. Joe Gideon is an homage to the character Julian Marsh, who is also a broadway director/choreographer on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
Hawkeye tells Klinger: "Shuffle off, Buffalo."
Michigan J. Frog sings the title song.
Yakko says, "Shuffle off, buffalo."
Robert Sean Leonard replaces Dick Powell and sings the Young and healthy song, and begins to cough up blood in technicolor
Crow pokes fun at Gorgo's walk by singing "Shuffle Off to Buffalo"
naive girl (also named Sawyer) comes to New York; gets the dancing lead in a big show; falls in love with her costar
Julie Andrews mentions the movie as the basis for the stage musical.
A big advertisement for the musical is shown.
House tells a patient's father that he bets the patient knows all the words to this movie
Roeper calls "Black Swan" equal parts "42nd Street", "All About Eve" and "Showgirls"
Title refers to the Ruby Keeler song, "Shuffle Off to Buffalo."
Lassiter tells Trout to "shuffle on back to Buffalo."
Snob mentions this classic musical
Bubsy Berkeley musical number at the beginning of the film.
Homer: "All the rubs I'll miss when I've shuffled off to Buffalo."
the short film ends with a clip of the feature film's title song production number
Clip featured in the We've got a plan segment
clip of title song production number
Warner Baxter on opening night
The song "42nd Street" is #97 on the list.
Featured in Episode Two
Clips from the movie are shown.
The quote "Sawyer, you're going out a youngster, but you've got to come back a star!" is #87 on the list.
Some clips are shown.
the documentary shows clips from this film
Parodied as "43rd Street".
A musical called 69th Street is advertised on billboards.