Corpse Bride (2005)
Elder Gutknecht's Library/Lab closely resenbles the one of Rabbi Loew in "Der Golem" - and they work on similar subjects.
For a moment, as Elder Gutknecht reaches out in his tower, the shadow of his arm passes across the candlelit wall, much like a famous scene in the film Nosferatu.
Layout of the house, corpse bride
The dancing skeletons in Corpse Bride borrow routines from the Disney classic
Alfred says to his wife "Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn."
When the corpse bride first appears, her severed arm crawls along using the fingers
A shot of multiple crows looking down on Vincent is filmed as a homage to the shots of multiple birds looking down in The Birds.
The Corpse Bride reaches out from her grave and grabs Victor's hand when she first appears
The Town Crier yells "The dead walk the earth"; a common catchphrase in zombie movies and mythos coined in George Romero's Dawn of the Dead, where Peter (Ken Foree) deliver the even more famous line: "When there's no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth".
1) dog design reminscent of dog in Vincent; 2) Finnis Everglot mistakenly refers to Victor as Vincent, a reference to this earlier film.
In the dinner scene, the fire turns green just as it does in the seance scene in Beetlejuice
The butterfly that comes out of the bottle that Jack opens, is also the butterfly that Victor draws in Corpse Bride.
In the beginning of both films Johnny Depp's characters frees a flying animal (bird and butterfly) from its cage and lets it fly out of his window.
A non-undead man gets sent down to the underworld, against his will, where skeletons sing and play music in a bar.
Title displayed on cinema marquee.
A poster for this film can be seen in Ally's dorm room.
poster on Bridget's bedroom door
a poster for the film is seen on a door
poster in Bridget's room
Emerson refers to Chuck as the Corpse Bride
Taylor refers to Andrea as the corpse bride
movie title used for episode title
Hewy compares its animation to "Coraline"
Poster is shown.
Poster is shown.
Poster is shown.
Referenced in dialogue.
Claire and Phil dress up as Corpse Bride and Groom.
Sandra has a crude fanart drawing of Victor on her wall
Reference of the name in the film (grave)
Alex made reference to the movie to Whitney
Both Cars and Corpse Bride were dedicated to animator Joe Ranft who died in a car crash in 2005.
Mentioned by Marek Eben.
Both films are about a young man who gets courted to be married and ends up in the afterlife, also both deptions of the realm of the dead are colorful and vibrant
Mentioned by narrator
Referenced by Mrs. Lovejoy
DVD is shown.
A picture of Viktor is seen
Title is shown
Reference made of film.
Subject of a question.
Mentioned by one of the characters.
Chaipong Piwpong's wedding photoshoot looks like Emily, the Corpse Bride.
Brought up as a stop-motion film that's a British-American co-production.
Mentioned in dialogue.
reviewed + footage used
Clips shown when this movie is reviewed and in an interview with writer/producer/director Tim Burton and actors Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp.
DVD release reviewed + footage used
Playing on TV
"Tim Burton in 3 Minutes or Less" segment.
mentioned when talking about Burton's style
Corpse Bride is #5.
Corpse Bride is #8.
Film is talked about, clips shown.
Emily is #7.
The almost kiss between Victoria Everglot & Victor Van Dort is #8.
Lord Barkis Bittern is #5.
Corpse Bride is given an honorable mention.
Clips are used in trailer.
Corpse Bride gets an honorable mention.
Mrs. McNally's third graders act out Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride."