What's Up, Doc? (1972)
Howard standing in airport
In chase scene where they ride the bike down the steps is a reference to the "Odessa Steps" sequence of Battleship Potemkin where a baby carriage careens down the steps
A scene nearly identical to the one where Susan rips the back center seam of David's coat where Judy does the same to Howard's coat.
Madelin Kahn's opening cry of "Howard! Howard Bannister!" is a direct mimicry of the way Ruth Warrick says "Howard! Howard Graham!" at the start of this film.
Judge Maxwell brings out the steel balls, a la Cmdr. Queeg
The beginning of the chase scene is clear homage to the beginning of the iconic chase scene in Bullitt, complete with hubcaps flying off the cars.
Seen on Grauman's Chinese Theatre marquee approximately twelve minutes into the film.
Documentary about this film
Poster on the wall.
When H. G. Wells gets in the cab, the cab driver asks him "What's Up, Doc?" before racing perilously up and down San Franciscos's hills, alluding to this comedy that is also set in San Francisco and features a wild chase through the streets of San Francisco
Tom: "It's like 'What's Up, Doc?' all of a sudden."
"We can catch Miranda's act in the 'The Butt's Up Doc review.'"
Crow: "They're just trying to keep away from the set of 'What's Up, Doc?'"
Fran says that she's seen all of Barbra Streisand's movies 25 times each.
The car chase in San Francisco in the Troy McClure film references What's Up Doc?
mentioned in connection with Ryan O'Neal
Subject of a $100 question
mentioned in discussion of Bogdaovich's filmography
It is mentioned in a magazine article.
also directed by Peter Bogdanovich
Referenced in Peter Bogdanovich's interview
Shows footage clips from
Clip shown as part of The Barry Awards
A clip is shown.
This film is #61 on the list.
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