Talk about movies with Woody Allen
Many Chaplinesque chases and visual references.
A growing and seemingly unstoppable blob.
the rebellion anthem
Shot of Woody Allen eating at the table, with the two doctors watching.
A malfunctioning robotoid gets returned to a repair lab to be operated on by humans.
Referenced by Roger Ebert in his review of "Runaway".
David Baddiel says he suspects the reason all the new gadgets shown on Tomorrow's World never seem to become available in shops is because presenter Judith Haan keeps them all in her home, which must by now resemble a technological utopia like Sleeper or 2001.
The scene where Austin is woken up from cryogenic freezing is based around Woody Allen going through the same thing in this.
"Woody Allen" mentions it.
The Servitron robot is based on Miles Monroe's robot servant.
mentioned / poster shown
It is mentioned in a magazine.
House calls Coma Guy a 'sleeper' and mentions the 'orgasmatron'
Dustin Diamond and Rockefeller discuss this movie.
Characters make plans to see the new Woody Allen movie about time travel, which Sam says is a classic
Still is shown.
Subject of a $600 clue in the category "Actresses' Roles"
Mentioned by David in a review of the classic movie Annie Hall as another movie made by Woody Allen.
Sarah Silverman mentions this film.
Jay thinks of movie titles when pretends to listen what Mike says
Movie on the computer screen, while Tate is on Netflix.
Mentioned by Andrew O'Keefe in a question about the director of this movie asked to Bec during her Cash Builder round.
Mentioned by name
Discussed by Diane Keaton
Used in that movie.
Sleeper is #80.
featured in documentary
Footage Shown when referenced
Brett's Movie Gadgets segment
clips shown (slapstick scene with garden)
Woody Allen, Cecil B. DeMille award presentation.
Clip is presented
Sleeper gets an honorable mention.
Sleeper is #4.
Sleeper is #10.
Sleeper is #9.
Miles Monroe is #10.
The camera eye with HAL 9000-like voice.
butler robot looks and acts the same