Silent Movie (1976)
Features a scene depicting chaos in the Warner Bros., film's producer's, studio commissary.
Several posters for this film can be seen outside the movie theater where the silent movie is shown.
Charlie Callas comments on his movie
Mentioned in Blind Date skit
Alan Alda recalls attending the premiere of Mel Brooks' movie
A character mentions a list of films as part of his speech, including this one
Gag with newspaper vendor is used again
Cassette tape on the Mel Brooks video shelf
Shown in movie listing
Lukas asks Coco if she knows the movie.
Lorelai lists it as a reason to have Mel Brooks tattooed on her backside.
When Larry and Jeff are in Mel Brooks's office, there is a poster for Silent Movie
Poster in Mel Brooks office
correct response in "Oh, Be 'Silent'!" category
Subject of a $100 question
Stills from the movie are seen.
mentioned as a film by Mel Brooks, who collaborated often with Gene Wilder
A clip is shown. #9 on Roger Ebert's top ten list.
Crowd scene in Reynold's shower
Shown During The Mel Brooks Marathon
a clip from the film is shown
Multiple clips are featured.
film clips shown
Mel Funn ('Mel Brooks') (together with his friends Marty and Dom) performs a Spanish/Mexican whipping scene for the actress 'Anne Bancroft' referencing the 'Douglas Fairbanks' skills from the movie Don Q (1925). As Mel then dances a tango with 'Anne Bancroft', the tune of "Tango Jalousie" is heard. This piece of music was especially written for the Copenhagen premiere of Don Q (1925) by the Danish composer and movie theater conducter Jacob Gade.
Mel Brooks and Bernadette Peters spoof the 'Lets face the music and dance' number
Mel Brooks and company chase Paul Newman in wheelchairs; at one point, the wheels interlock and sparks are shown.
video game played on heart monitor with hilarious results