The Court Jester (1955)
Kaye and Rathbone do the same cutting candles contest as Rathbone did with Power. Rathbone loses both times.
The Court Jester updates this film's "boot with the buckle" tongue-twister to great effect with its "vessel with the pestle" gag.
Answer to quiz question.
When Basil Rathbone hears an intruder (Peter Lorre) in his home, he gets up to investigate and grabs a sword. While investigating, he makes one swing at a candelabra cutting all of the candles in half. He does the same thing in his duel with Danny Kaye in The Court Jester
Poster for film seen on wall at Arnold's.
Quotation: "Get it?" "Got it." "Good."
Characters explain to each other about poisioning the wine by talking in rhymes.
Simon and Harry say "Get it?" "Got it." "Good."
The routine where the characters struggle to remember a poem explaining which container holds a sedative. In The Court Jester the poems is: "The pellet with the poison's in the vessel with the pestle; the chalice from the palace has the brew that is true!" In T. Bag the poem is: "The powder from the pouch is in the dish with a fish; but the bowl with the mole is the treat you can eat!"
Crow: "The flagon with the dragon is the brew that is true."
"Get it? - Got it. - Good."
Crow: It's the chalice from the palace.
"Got it." Joel: "Get it. Good!"
When Stoney and Dave enter Blades, two students use the line "Get Him! Got Him! ... Good!", a takeoff of the line from this film.
Robin sword fights while drinking from a cup.
Artie says, "Get it. Got it. Good!"
The fight between Alex and Brian is an homage to The Court Jester (1956).
Richard recites the famous "vessel with the pestle" routine to himself before handing a drugged drink to his boss.
Mr. James says, "Get it? Get it? Good." to Beth, this is an arrangement of dialogue spoken in the 1955 film.
Nash quotes the famous line, "Get it? Got it? Good."
A headline reads: "This Bru is true."
Dialog: "- Get it?" "- Got it" "- Good"
Nick mentions the movie by name.
Uses the famous catchphrase: "Get it?" "Got it." "Good."
Lorelai recites "the vessel with the pestle" exchange.
The famous "Get it? Got it. Good." exchange is used
Mentioned by DiNozzo.
"Get it?" "Got it." "Good."
Photograph is shown.
"the stable on the label and the stork on the cork" mirrors the "pellet with the poison in the vessel with the pestle" scene
Rango mentions a poisoned chalice which is made a big deal in Court Jester with the pellet with the poison.
Prue and True perform a short parody of the "The Pellet with the Poisin ..." routine.
Len quotes the "the chalice from the palace has the brew that is true!" line.
Ben quotes a few of the lines.
Ben Shapiro mentions the movie by title and employs the phrase "brew that is true".
The "the vessel with the pestle" scene is shown.
The Court Jester is #95.
Scenes from this film are shown.
Dr. Phlox watches a scene in the mess hall.
The movie Lou is watching on his TV, where the knight's helmet is lobbed off.
The Court Jester is #8.
Andrew Klavan discusses the movie at length in his "Stuff I Like" segment. Clip: The pellet-with-the-poison scene.
The whole episode is a trove of cinematic references, one of those being a spoof of the exchange between Hubert Hawkins and Ravenhurst " Get it? Got it. Good."