The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
Introduction makes joking reference.
The great assassination scene pays homage to the one in "The Man Who Knew Too Much": In both scenes, (1) there is a sharpshooter at a huge, full, indoor arena, (2) the film audience has been told exactly what point in time the marksman is to fire, (3) the protagonist runs to try to locate the marksman before he shoots, (4) he finds him just after he fires, (5) the marksman dies a few seconds later, (6) the target lives.
Reference to "Que Será Será".
Mentioned by Huw.
Jerome plays "Que Sera, Sera" on the jukebox.
Doris and Arthur sing a chorus of "Que Sera Sera."
The musical cue used in the finale of Hitchcock's film is cearly referenced.
Travis' rescue of Iris borrows several shots of Ben and Jo's rescue of Hank.
Doris Day and the song "Que Sera Sera" she sings in this movie are mentioned in dialogue.
A character sings "Que Sera, Sera."
Jack mentions "Que Sera Sera" which is a song from the 'Alfred Hitchcock' film.
Remington relates a solution for the case to the film, and Donald remembers that Doris Day sang "Que Sera, Sera" in the film.
Title is a reference
Mr. Belvedere sings "Que Sera Sera" as "Clay Sera Sera"
One of the agents says "Do you like movies? How about 'The Man Who Knew Too Much'?", to which Jack Dalton replies "I was thinking more of 'Three Days of the Condor'."
The scene where H.I. tries to reassure Ed that they are going to get Nathan Jr. back while Ed sits and stares in silence is similar to a scene in which Jimmy Stewart does the same to Doris Day's character while she stares in silence.
When he leaps in, Sam hears Doris Day singing "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)" on the radio.
Peg sings, "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)" while drunk.
A woman's screaming drowns out the high notes of an opera singer in this story, just as in Hitchcock's film.
Mentioned by Tom
The title is mentioned.
Referenced in episode title.
"Que Sera Sera, Whatever Will Be Will Be" is listed in the closing credits.
Towards the end, everyone sings the "Cira" song from this movie.
The name of the CIA agent in this episode-Ambrose Chapel-is a reference to the earlier film. In both cases, the name used is a false one. In the film, it is revealed to be the name of a church and not a person. In this episode, it is used as an alias by the Alien Bounty Hunter in disguise.
Fran mentions the name of the song "Que Sera, Sera".
Title is a reference.
Servo sings Que Sera Sera.
Dussander/Denker sings "Que Sera Sera" from this movie.
Movie poster on a wall.
Willard and Carlton sing "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)" from the film.
Poster shown when Patricia Hitchcock says J.M. Hayes went on to write 4 films for her father.
on theater marquee
The character Ambrose Chapel evokes the center of the spy network in the movie.
Lorelai and Sookie talk about Doris Day singing "Que Sera Sera."
Featured on theater marquee.
described in Hitchcock's history
It is mentioned in a magazine.
The poster of this movie was shown.
The whole idea of the plot taking place in a music hall and the shot of the man falling off the balcony is a reference to the assassin falling off the balcony.
"Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)" is heard in one scene.
several references to the song "Que Sera Sera"
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Oscar-Winning Song Lyrics"
Subject of a $15,000 question
In the cutscenes set in Mexico the General and the Governor frequently reference the phrase "Que sera, sera" which means "whatever will be". It was made popular by the song of the same name by Doris Day which was the title song to Alfred Hitchcock's "The Man Who Knew Too Much".
"Que Serra Serra (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)" song re-used.
still picture with Reggie Nalder, who later appeared in Salem's Lot (1979) (TV)
Alma jokingly suggests that they adapt the novel into a musical starring Doris Day.
The London taxidermist's which Ann Kelmot pauses in front of so as not to be seen is called Ambrose Chapelle as in this movie
Tommy asks Gloria if she wants to go see the new Hitchcock film.
The assassination plot of shooting the Austrian Chancellor is reminiscent to the plot to kill the ambassador in Albert Hall Sequence.
Andrew O'Keefe uses this title to describe Issa Schultz after he is revealed as the Chaser.
referenced in question in "Cinema Facts" category
Clips are shown.
Clip of the trailer is shown.
Clips are shown.
clips shown of Bruce Dern's performance
Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera) is #48.
Clips of this film are shown during the interview with Jeanne Wolf about the film career of Doris Day.
A clip from the movie is shown.
One of the films selected by the co-host
clip with James Stewart and Doris Day
clip shown in trailer
clips from the trailer
The Man Who Knew Too Much gets an honorable mention.
Clips shown; poster; preview
extract of the film
Footage is shown.
The credits lists a sequel as "The Basset Who Knew Too mUch"
During the Harlem Heat-Stud Stable match, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan sings, "Que sera, sera/Whatever will be, will be/So meet me in my pickup sweetie/We're off to Bucksnort, Tennessee"
the 'Ode to Joy' ending in a bang - i.e. someone getting killed when the orchestra hits a particular note/crescendo
Jonah quotes lyrics from the song "Que Sera, Sera".