The Producers (2005)
The musical is based on the Mel Brooks movie of the same name and was taken to Broadway and taken to the big screen.
Remake of The Producers
Roger calls Carmen "Wicked Witch of the West"
"Get it?" "Got it." "Good."
Nathan Lane's character shouts "Heeeeeelp meeee!" in a high-pitched voice, as in the Fly.
bialystock calls bloom "prince mishkin"
"Teutonic twit" and the Marlene Dietrich spoof were both from this movie.
The dance the prisoners do with canes during the "Prisoners of Love" song is the same dance Dr. Frankenstein and his monster perform duing "Puttin on the Ritz"
The "That won't be nece..." dialogue originates here.
Comedy Hamlet and "Heil Myself" both come from this film.
Will Ferrell says "I have broken my other leg" just like when he fell down the cliff in Austin Powers.
In both movies, Ferrell's character falls (off-camera), breaks his leg, and explains this in a tiny voice from off-camera to the other characters. He later breaks his other leg.
Andrew: "Broadway Matthew ... I find him cold."
Referenced by name
This is one of the movies visible in the movie store.
The doctor in the emergency room says he loved Matthew Broderick in this movie.
Yasuo has a poster of the 2005 remake "The Producers" in his apartment.
ad on bus
Mentioned in Jon Lovitz intro
Referenced in the opening narration
DVD cover shown.
Mentioned as one of Matthew Broderick's movies
"Keep it Gay" plays when AniMat complains about "He-Man"'s "gayness".
Mentioned by Jimmy
Mentioned by Rachel.
The title, plot, and lead characters are referenced
Brought up in Roger Bart's filmography.
film clip shown
clip(s) shown, film discussed
Movie's soundtrack is reviewed.
Clips from the "Springtime For Hitler" musical number are shown.
Clips shown during the montage of Matthew's famous roles.
the opening lines of "gotta dance" medley/prisoners of love and the tap sequence in "I wanna be a producer"
Roger DeBris's performance of "Heil Myself" draws directly from Vicki Lester's performance of "Born in a Trunk"
During the "Keep It Gay" musical number, some characters are dressed as the Village People.
Mel Brooks repeats Ferris' after credits line to the audience: It's over. Go home.
The song that runs over the credits, "The Hopclop Goes On", spoofs the song "My Heart Will Go On", which runs over the credits of "Titanic"