San Francisco (1936)
Gracie Allen is wearing Jeanette MacDonald 's dress and wig from the fireman' ball scene, even though she's supposed to be Mae West
In the film Cairo (1942), Homer Smith (Robert young) asks movie star Marcia Warren (Jeanette MacDonald) "Have you ever been in san Francisco?" She responds, "Yes. Once with Gable and Tracy. And the joint fell apart." This is a reference to the film San Francisco (1936), which starred Jeanette MacDonald, Clark Gable, and Spencer Tracy and featured the San Francisco earthquake.
"Would You?" used again here.
Mentioned as part of Jeanette MacDonald's filmography.
Referenced by movie buff Dudley Butterfield.
Girl on tour asks how they made the earthquake in the movie.
Movie poster on wall in Revills home
Movie poster at the theater
Fu Manchu says he is reminded of this musical and its stars when the city of San Francisco is mentioned.
Film's poster is seen on a wall.
Nell sings the first few words of "San Francisco" from this film
A poster is shown.
Poster seen at the movie theater
Ca. 44 minutes into the film, the older movie is referenced in the narration, while reading from the instructions from the original screenplay.
clips of the 1906 earthquake scenes
scenes during earthquake
clip shown representing the year 1936
clip of earthquake scenes
A clip is included
Part of compilation film
George and Mary see the film at the cinema
Clip with Clark Gable is shown
Review of the movie San Francisco.
Parodied as "Fran Sancisco".