The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964)
The 'Mr. Limpet' movie poster was disguised as fictitious film 'Ship to Shore'
The title is based on a line from the movie The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964). The Germans called Don Knotts' character 'Das Limpet'.
Mr. Limpet can be seen amoung the fish in "Under the Sea"
Monty mentions The Incredible Mr. Limpet while describing Aldolpho.
"I wish, I wish I hadn't killed that fish."
Mentioned by Dot
Mike: The incredible Mr. Limpet, called into hell"
"The Incredidile Horrible Mr Limpet"
In both movies a character wants to become a fish. Both movies have animated fish that once were human beings.
Ed quotes the phrase "I wish, I wish I was a fish."
The episode's title comes from this film.
Mentioned by Dot in a "Wheel of Morality" clip
mentioned by Jerry Beck; film poster shown
Mr. Limpet can be seen swimming in the bottom of the pound.
Sticking a Parker House roll in his mouth, giving him the appearance of having huge lips, Alton says it can be used to complete "your 'Incredible Mr. Limpet' look."
Kelly tells a story about a movie she saw where a man got turned into a fish. That movie is The Incredible Mr. Limpet. The ending, which she can't recall, involves Mr. Limpet fighting Nazis
Mentioned by Carl Sr.
Mentioned in dialogue.
referenced in clue and correct response in "Star Fish" category
Geoff references the film after Jeremy receives a hand dubbed "the Ocean" due to the fact that it was composed entirely of blue cards
Theo loved the movie
Jonah: "The Incredible Miss Limpet"
A fish in one scene is caricatured after, and has a voice modeled after, Don Knotts's character from this film.