Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969)
Donald Sutherland drives by a life-size poster for the film on the MGM lot.
A billboard is visible next to the Tiffany Theater.
Tom says he'd be doing a Mr. Chips with a lot of infants.
A cinema hoarding is shown.
Cinema hoarding is shown.
Jeff Harris tells Julie it's one of his favorite movies.
Filmographical reference re Ken Adam
This film is mentioned as one of composer John Williams earlier works.
tape on shelf in video store
Peter O'Toole, played by Bill Hader, makes reference to his eight oscar nominations.
Alex says "It's like Goodbye, Mr Chips."
The opening sketch spoofs this movie with an old school master walking through an empty school and hearing things children have said to him.
Title spoof: the beached dead whale on the beach, nick-named 'Mr Chips', is to be removed from the beach.