Mrs. Miniver (1942)
The pub owner in an air raid warden's helmet jokes that he is Mrs. Miniver, a reference to Jan Struther's fictional character and the 1942 movie in which she is featured.
Theo tells Tom that was the movie she went to - when she really went to see Miles.
Answer to quiz question.
Beneatha compares her mother's love of gardening to the British heroine.
Mentioned as part of Greer Garson's filmography.
Millie turns off the TV and says: "And Mrs. Miniver had such strenght."
Referenced by name.
Hawkeye tells Potter he looks just like Greer Garson in Mrs. Miniver.
Near the end, Marion (Blair Brown) mentions to Jonah (Paul Simon) when he enters that she and their son Matty just finished watching this movie.
Mentioned by Simon when he is trying to find out what film Vicki was watching on television, as she was crying and using a tissue when he turned up.
Mr. Humphries says the cinema showed "Mrs. Miniver" last week.
Zefferelli says "just like Walter Pidgeon wore in Mrs Miniver."
Poster seen at the movie theater
Ca. 47 minutes into the film, the older movie is referenced in the narration as one of Goebbels' favourites and the main inspiration for Das Leben geht weiter (1945).
Ethan tells Justin about the film.
One of the films on the list
An example of an American propaganda film which joseph Goebbels greatly admired.
Kudrow's character is an Army wife whose husband is off to war, and her mailbox says "MINIVER"
Mentioned by David McCallum: the Miniver house was on one of MGM's backlots.
The sequence between the Dowager Countess and Isobel Crawley in regards to the flower show is exactly the same as a plotline from "Mrs. Miniver" between Mrs. Miniver and Lady Beldon. At the flower show, the Dowager Countess, who traditionally wins the top prize, sees her name written down for the Grantham Cup, but announces the prize winner as Mr. William Molesley. Lady Beldon announced Mr. Ballard, the gardener who grew the 'Mrs. Miniver Rose' as the first prize winner at the Gardening Competition in the film.
Discussed by Steven Spielberg and William Wyler.
Discussed by Steven Spielberg and the narrator, with the poster shown.
Another film depicting the evacuation of Dunkirk
clip shown representing the year 1942
Footage from this film was shown in this documentry.
Ca. 46 minutes into the film, scenes from the older movie are integrated into the narrative.
Clips are shown
This film is #40 on the list.
Featured in Best Picture montage.
Seen in 90 Years of Oscars montage
a billboard advertises the M-G-M film "Mrs. Minimum"