The Lady from Shanghai (1947)
Footage from this movie is used.
Welles runs past an old movie poster of the film during a chase scene.
Clash of egos, ambitions, greed and passions.
The "Refracted Light Exhibit" is a homage to the climatic fun house scene from the movie.
Mr. T kills the last bad guy in his bed, surrounded by mirrors. There are extensive shots of T blasting out the mirrors and reflections being shattered, derived from the mirror sequence in "Shanghai".
Bookended fun-house sequences with mirrors
The mirror scene
shootout in a hall of mirrors
Shots at the end in the amusment park of the kids going down the slide and through a funhouse.
A direct homage to the famous fun house shooting scene.
Photograph of Rita Hayworth is shown on a movie collage in a theater.
There is a poster for the film in Derek's room.
This movie is listed on the marquee of the theater at the end.
Movie is mentioned.
In both films, a climactic scene takes place in a mirror maze.
Seen on a theater marquee
The mirror scene in the end
Photograph is shown.
Poster on screen re Maurice Binder's resume
Copies the shooting scene in the hall of mirrors.
"Orson Welles Lady From Shanghai" seen on movie theater marquis.
George Grisby and The old man with the radio both ask someone to kill them.
A scene of Sam surrounded by mirrors in this episode pays homage to the famous climactic scene in "The Lady from Shanghai."
Photograph is shown.
The name of the femme fatale, Elsa, and the mirror scene.
The city of Shanghai is referred to a couple of times.
During her conversation with Isaach De Bankolé, Tilda Swinton recalls the film's puzzle-like structure, Rita Hayworth's blonde hair and its ending sequence in the hall of mirrors
The episode takes its title from Orson Welles' movie and is narrated like a film-noir.
Mentioned by characters
One of the 50 gold film reels you can find. Also shown as playing at the Pantages Theater in the opening.
The film is discussed.
A poster can be seen.
Video case is shown.
The shootout in the fairground mirror-maze.
Mentioned in dialogue
Final showdown takes place in a hall of mirrors
The mirror scene in Lucifer is a recreation of the funhouse scene in The Lady from Shanghai.
Photographs are shown.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, photographs and footage of this movie are shown.
Siskel's pick for his favorite black and white moment in cinema
Louis and Janine watch the movie on TV at Dana's apartment.
scene of Hayworth/Welles kissing in aquarium
"House of Mirrors" scene
The hall of mirrors sequence is reflected in mirrors as the film plays in a movie theater.
Fragments of the film are shown: the paranoid sequence in the funhouse and the subsequent shootout in the hall of mirrors
Franco's censore altered Orson Welles' references to the Spanish Civil War in this film.
At least one clip, identified by subtitle, was included in this documentary short film.
clip from the film
a clip is shown and the title is a correct response in "Memorable Movies" category
contains footage from
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, poster and footage of this movie are shown.
Features future wife Rita Hayworth.
Movie discussed, clips shown.
Woody acted as prosecutor and witness simultaneously in the court scene as Everett Sloane did in "The Lady from Shanghai"