Cold Mountain (2003)
Ada and Ruby read Emily Brontë's book 'Wuthering Heights'
the 3 soldiers who try to steal from and rape Sara are named after the 3 characters in Henry V who take advantage of the war they're in to steal from French widows; eventually they get executed for their crimes
invading soldiers Pistol, Nym and Bardolph behave in the same way as their Shakespearean counterparts
Vincent de Klerk is talking about the film.
Watched at Liz's bachelorette party.
Referenced during the monologue
Mention by Sharon Karen Strzelecki.
One of the films on the list
"Have you seen Cold Mountain?"
This film is referred to by producer Anthony Buckley during the DVD's new voice-over narration audio commentary for this title.
Jude Law is on the set of this film
clips used to illustrate composer's work
Michael visits a Romanian town where part of "Cold Mountain" was filmed.
A librarian tells a woman that the novel of this isn't like the film, "There's no dishy Jude Law to hold your hand through the difficult prose."
By Greg Kinnear, when presenting Best Supporting Actress.
Calvin requests to watch this movie
Included in a $16,000 question
mentioned in dialogue
Jake uses "Cold Mountain" as a nickname for Holt.
Mentioned by Graham in his opening monologue when he talks about Jude Law
Mentioned by Jude Law
Mentioned by Chris Hardwick when introducing Charlie Hunnam.
Meadow says that one pistol is the one that Nicole Kidman uses in Cold Mountain.
Mentioned by Graham when introducing Jude Law
A fragment of this film is shown in this episode
Film Clip Excerpt
Clips are shown
Clip of a screenplay cliche
Cold Mountain gets an honorable mention.
Renée Zellweger is #6.
Renee Zellweger's character arrives saying she's here, just to find a nake Billy Crystal saying he's there as well
Sketch: "Cold Turkey"
"Cold Sore Mountain"