Take the Money and Run (1969)
The prison camp and the prison warden who resembles Strother Martin
A clip from the movie was shown.
mentioned by General Bulright
In "Love and the Heist" Cindy says she went to see this movie.
Part of this film's title is visible on a marquee.
The chain gang song during the car stripping scene is a reference to this film
A poster can be seen at cinema.
discussed by Joel and Ed
Aileen's lawyer Steve Glazer quotes a Woody Allen gag - a lawyer tells a client heading to the electric chair "Don't sit down" - and says he thinks it's from this film.
The title is mentioned in a conversation by Cruz.
[Sung.] "Gonna see Miss Liza, going to Mississippi ..."
Woody Allen places a large gumball machine in one of the opening scenes to create a link between his character, Winkler, and fellow inept criminal Virgil Starkwell from his other film.
It is mentioned in a magazine.
Mentioned by Stephen
There is a gun called The Gub, whose special weapon effect says "Abt Natural".
Movie referenced in this episode.
Alice gives the thief a copy of the film on DVD in order to change his life.
Poster on Miles' wall.
Video case is shown in Matt's room.
Mentioned by David in a review of the classic movie Annie Hall as another movie made by Woody Allen.
Psychoanalysis scene inspred by
This film is #66 on the list.
clips from the film are shown
clips shown (bank robbery and marching band scenes)
Woody Allen, Cecil B. DeMille award presentation.
Ernest attempts (and fails) to escape prison by fashioning a gun made out of soap and covered with black shoe polish much like Woody's character, Virgil does in the opening scenes of 'Take the Money and Run.'
A prison road crew, breaking rocks, sings, "Gonna go to Mississippi! Gonna see Miss Liza!"