The Maltese Falcon (1941)
Film is a remake of the vintage movie with John Holmes in the Humphrey Bogart role etc.
Poster is visible in the Archer murder scene.
Theater marquee displays title, just before Wilmer makes first appearance.
The black bird statuette is visible in Alan Hale's office
Bogart's character, Sam Spade in The Maltese Falcon (1941), says to Mary Astor's character (who killed his partner), "I'm gonna send you over" (for it), and in the same conversation, he says "When a man's partner is killed, he's supposed to do something about it". In Dead Reckoning (1947), Bogart's character, Rip Murdock, tells Lizabeth Scott's character (who, intending to kill him, kills someone else involved in the murder of his buddy), "You're going to fry, Dusty", and in the same conversation, he says "A guy's pal's killed, he oughta do something about it".
private eye named "Sam Shovel" parodies "Sam Spade"
Slavin does impressions of both Peter Lorre and Sidney Greenstreet from "Maltese Falcon."
Very similar plot; moreover, Berry Kroeger is consciously imitating Sydney Greenstreet.
Laura Petrie says she wants to watch The Maltese Falcon on TV
Francis de Wolff is doing an impression of Sydney Greenstreet as Kaspar Gutman in The Maltese Falcon. Several of his lines are in the Hammett style, and de Wolff delivers them in a good Greenstreet impression.
Mentioned by Max
The plot concerns the Maltese Vulture.
Hogan describes Schultz as Sam Spade when Schultz is trailing him.
Bruno VeSota's character Demetrius and Aram Katcher's character Quiggs are homages to Sydney Greenstreet's character Kaspar Gutman, and Peter Lorre's character Joel Cairo. Demetrius and Quiggs have mannerisms, character traits, and occupations similar to their film counterparts.
This film is advertised on a marquee.
While John Fain opens the "money" box, Big Jake says: "That's the stuff the dreams are made of."
Narrator in the trailer mentions the movie.
There is a poster for the film in Allan's apartment.
Lookalikes of Bogey and Lorre mention the falcon.
Gregory Praxas mentions movie by name
Copy of the black bird is used as a gift.
Rhoda says she's going to a Humphrey Bogart marathon -- they're showing three films, including "The Maltese Falcon."
When Katie talks about Yalta, J.J. refers to FDR as the Yaltese Falcon.
Title mentioned by 'The Answer Man' on the radio Stavros and Kojak listen to
Mentioned by Kotter as something aired on the late late show
Clarice tells her attorney how she and Jordan imitated characters from this film.
Gorshin speaks several of the film's lines as Sydney Greenstreet's Kaspar Gutman character.
Rich Little does an impression of Peter Lorre and demands Cindy to give him the Maltese Falcon.
a statue of the Maltese Falcon is featured in China Cat
Bosley impersonates Sydney Greenstreet and calls Charlie 'Mr. Spade'
A Humphrey Bogart film where the characters are looking for a statue is mentioned
Actress China Leigh remarks, "It's time I gave her some of the stuff that dreams are made of."
Poster is shown.
Poster for film seen on wall.
Poster is shown.
A poster is visible.
When Hammett sits down to look in his big dictionary, a Maltese falcon statuette is standing on a table next to him.
Bruno says Humphrey Bogart made a good Sam Spade
A poster is in Jay Jay's dorm room.
Ian Mahoney takes Janet Conway to see the film.
References plot elements, dialogue. Mentions Sam Spade.
Mentioned in the dialogue.
Title mentioned by B.T. at Wolfe Macready's Hollywood Memorabilia shop
'Mack' Murdock talks like Sam Spade and repeatedly mentions the 'Maltese Cow.'
Karen tells Magnum she can be his secretary like the blonde lady in the Maltese Falcon.
One character introduces herself as 'Brigid O'Shaughnessy' and has a Maltese falcon statuette.
The film is mentioned in a conversation.
Poster in the Brodsky home
Steele obliquely references this movie while they follow a falcon across Malta. He says,"Do you know what we are doing, Laura? We're chasing a Maltese falcon. "
Steele compares the psychopath Peter Lorre played in this film to the one who may be trying to kill Virginia Mayo.
When Ted mentions different actors who were in 'Casablanca', he mentions Sydney Greenstreet, and one of the twins points out he was in 'The Maltese Falcon' too.
Alvin claims that the cops are "not exactly Spade or Marlowe."
"All it was missing was the Maltese Falcon."
Elisha Cook's character hides the falcon under a map.
Archie Miles is a play on the character Miles Archer from 'The Maltese Falcon'
Henry recites some of Bogart's dialogue from the film.
Referenced in the title.
Mulch tells his branch detectives to go see the Maltese Falcon. The plot is also referenced on a separate occasion.
Poster on the wall.
A statue of a Maltese Falcon, just like the one from the 1941 version of the movie, is seen on Sledge''s desk.
Referenced during the "The Dead" review.
Poster of Humphrey Bogart is shown in a store.
Referenced in the scene in which Alymer's past is discussed.
Eddie Valiant has a replica of the Falcon in his office.
Roger Ebert mentions that Ted Turner has already shown a Colorized version of it.
Title reference; lines quoted
Sam says, "It's not gonna be Sam Spade, Philip Marlowe or Thomas Magnum."
Poster seen in Todd Arthur's apartment.
Sam Spade mentioned
At the room of the brigand leader, when looking at the black bird statue, the game message says "Used to belong to Bogey" - presumably referring to Humphrey Bogart and the film "The Maltese Falcon".
Plucky has a "Maltese Falcon" poster in his bedroom.
Duckula is doing a comical impersonation of Sam Spade.
When the hero steals the black bird statue, he wonders "Is this the stuff dreams are made of?" - a reference to the last line in the film.
Crow: "We are the stuff dreams are made of."
Crow: "Sam Spade's office!"
Leigh refers to Sam Spade.
William Alland mentions it. Also, photograph is shown.
Cro-Magnum P.I. makes a pun on the title of the movie when he mentions that his latest case was that of the Maltese Dodo.
Batman quotes the famous line "the stuff that dreams are made of."
Referenced in the opening credits
cited under its French name Le faucon maltais
Yakko pulls the Maltese Falcon out of the bag of items he, Wakko, and Dot have found on their scavenger hunt.
Referenced by name during Cornfed's case wrap-up.
Mentioned by Jessica.
Mentioned in dialogue
subtitle on clip
Mike: "Sam Spade, archeologist."
Pinky mentions Sam Spade.
A bar in the game is called The Maltese Falcon
Scene with poisoned drink recalls earlier film.
referenced in film
Munch, while doing a Humphrey Bogart impersonation, refers to Miles Archer and Ruth Wonderly.
Johnny says "When you're slapped, you'll take it and like it."
One of the movies that Blowen ruined by shouting at the screen.
Title mentioned by The Ladies Man during his cold opening
Detective has to look for a mysterious statue.
Crow refers to the Maltese people as "makers of falcons."
One of the three Humphrey Bogart movies Mark says he intends to watch.
Referenced by name.
C.J. sarcastically asks if Roger Becker thinks any of his films were as good as "The Maltese Falcon."
Mentioned by Mr. Brooks.
Mentioned by Critical Jim.
Poster on wall in Home Pregnancy test commercial
Poster on wall in Home Pregnancy test commercial
Elisha Cook Jr's character wakes up and looks at the three main characters looking at him in the room with grim and determined faces as he knows he will be turned in, the same shot is use when John is caught by his coworkers in his ex-wife's house and looks at all three of their grim and determined faces.
"We are the stuff dreams are made of."
Mentioned by John Williams
Presence of the titular statuette.
Film title seen on theater's billboard, when Leland is in NYC during a flashback scene.
This movie and its star, Humphrey Bogart, are mentioned in a conversation. The movie's principal character, Sam Spade, is alluded to in the same conversation.
A poster at the Movies Nite says "The Maltese Chicken"
Dialogue between Sam Spade and Wilmer is quoted.
mentioned in episode
The black bird statue from "The Maltese Falcon" can be seen on a shelf in the Warner Bros. boardroom.
Mentioned as another film featuring Elisha Cook.
Trailer used, film discussed
In the treasure room, a large statue of a falcon can be seen.
All the characters are after the Burmese Falcon, Sam Malone is mentioned and there's a shop called "Bogey's Apparel".
Dialogue references "a Maltese falcon."
In both movies, the protagonist says to the femme fatale following a moment of softness, "Now you are dangerous."
"Well, that Maltese falcon is still eluding us."
Don mentions Sam Spade.
"Celia is the stuff dreams are made of."
Example of film noir listed on the chalkboard.
A movie poster can be seen in the background of the EPT commercial
"That is the stuff that food and beverage industry legends are made of."
"It's the stuff dreams are made of."
Jimmy mentions it in the office.
Detective looks at replica of the Maltese Falcon.
When Stottlemeyer and Disher first walk into Monk's new office, Stottlemeyer says with a Humphrey Bogart-style accent, "I'm looking for Sam Spade."
"the stuff that dreams are made of"
Roddy's DVD collection includes "The Maltese Budgie."
Wanda talks Oscar into throwing the horseshoes match by saying, "You're taking the fall for Thursby ... I was getting a little worked up."
Seen on a marquee at the Noir fest that Keith Mars attends.
It is mentioned in a book about cinema.
The main character is a fan of the film.
Lutz quotes the film. ("The stuff dreams are made of").
Maltese Falcon replica is talked about.
Alain Silver mentions Mary Astor and this film.
"This is the stuff that legends are made of."
Sam Spade is mentioned.
After they arrive in Malta, Veronica asks Dominic what kind of birds there are in Malta. Dominic says there's the Maltese Falcon.
Title is mentioned.
One-sheet poster shown.
"This is the stuff of dreams."
DiNozzo: "It's a Smith & Wesson .32 kit... just like the 'gat' Bogie was packing at the Maltese Falcon" Then, in a Humphrey Bogart impression, he continues, "It's the stuff... dreams are made of."
Inspiration for lead character's last name, and consequently, the title.
Mentioned by Berlyn.
Sam Spade mentioned
D'Oro: "It's the stuff that dreams are made of! Porcelain dreams!"
Mentioned by Chris Kattan
A comic book store is called "The Maltese Vulcan."
Title mentioned by Sasha
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Bogey Men"
Subject of a $1,600 clue in the category "Directors' First Features"
Reference in a $500 question
Bill: "I'll go see what Sam Spade has to say."
There is a Mr. Gutman who manipulates people to steal artifacts for him.
There is a restaurant in the game, called The Maltese Falcon.
statuette in Megamind's treasure room
Darabont says this movie is a great remake
"Something that dreams are made of"
Sergeant Gerry Boyle: "Like the fat man said, if you have to be careful not to drink too much, it's because you're not to be trusted when you do. " Reference to Syndey Greenstreet's character/quote.
Mentioned in dialogue.
"Sam Spade" is used as a code word by a drug ring, and Monica mentions the film by name.
One of the 50 gold film reels you can find.
One of the DVDs Sofia collects for Lily.
mentioned by Anthony
At the end of the episode, Castle refers to the blue diamond, a fake diamond necklace, as the stuff that dreams are made of. This is the same line that Humphrey Bogart improvised when describing the fake black bird at the end of The Maltese Falcon.
Mentioned in dialogue
title visible on the poster for the Rosewood Film Noir Festival
Mozzie (about Neal): "Man's got something on his mind beside his hat."
mentioned by Maxie
A poster is shown.
Quoted in dialogue
D.B. Russell recalls Humphrey Bogart who played the principal character in that film, and all other characters lying to him.
discussed in Hugh Hefner's "Guest Programmer" clips, stills shown
Features a dead dog named Falcon, who was a Maltese, allowing characters to mention "The Maltese, Falcon."
Star Lord mentions it
Comparison made between the plots of the two films
TJ says that a good detective should have a name with flavor like Sam Spade or Philip Marlowe.
"...specifically from his rant at the end of The Maltese Falcon."
"It was the stuff drumps are made of"
When Sam Spade is mentioned, Brad hopes Tequila and Bonetti takes place in the same universe as The Maltese Falcon.
Picture shown and mentioned by name
In the final scene, there is a Maltese Falcon on the desk.
Mr. Church says, that The Maltese Falcon is his favorite movie.
"Spade and Archer" door sign reference
Lana attempts to beat Archer with a Maltese Falcon prop while they fight in Veronica Deane's room.
A Maltese Falcon statuette is seen in a dressing room.
A replica of the Maltese Falcon sits on the desk at the video store.
mentioned by Mike Greenberg
referenced in clue in "Directors on Film" category
Johnny Cash is asked if his girlfriend has Sam Spade watching his every move.
Mentioned as John Huston's acclaimed directorial debut, with movie poster and images shown.
Geils tells the femme fatale that she may want the other kind of detective, "the one with the drinking problem and the colorful inner monologue."
Influenced by John Huston's direction and by Arthur Edeson's film noir cinematography
Video cover is shown in archive footage
Klavan mentions the movie when discussing Elisha Cook Jr.
Mentioned in conversation between characters.
Gutman's story and the priceless object reference
Movie times shown outside the theater
Adam Graham mentions the movie in re Sydney Greenstreet.
Poster (for French release) is shown.
Mitch explains how the movie inspired him to become a private eye.
Bogart in a scene with Peter Lorre and Syndney Greenstreet
Moskowitz goes to see the movie.
A clip is shown. Roger Ebert cites it as a movie about to be colorized.
Bogart scenes with Astor and Greenstreet.
Clip is shown. Roger Ebert talks about seeing it for the first time.
Plays on TV in Pogue's loft.
Clips are shown spotlighting Kasper Gutman.
Spade meets Cairo.
clips with Mary Astor and others
The Maltese Falcon is #23.
The theatrical trailer is shown.
The Maltese Falcon is #26.
Clips are shown.
One of the five films selected by the co-host
The #14 movie quote is "The stuff that dreams are made of."
The Maltese Falcon is #31.
The Maltese Falcon is the #6 mystery film.
Clips shown and discussed
Worst Best Picture nominee.
Footage of this movie is shown.
The Best of the Worst segment: Best Picture
Michael Caine's pick for his #5 favorite film
Clips from this film are shown in These Amazing Shadows.
The Maltese Falcon is #8.
John Huston is #5 for making his directorial debut with The Maltese Falcon.
The Maltese Falcon is #4.
The Maltese Falcon is #1.
Take It and Like It is #9.
The Maltese Falcon is #1.
Perry picks up and examines what looks to be a statue of the Maltese Falcon.
Sam Diamond is a spoof of Sam Spade.
John McGiver plays a gruff-voiced, loquacious crime boss referred to as "The Fat Man" and Howard Dayton plays a neurotic character who seems to be a cross between Wilmer Cook and Joel Cairo.
Max imitates Sam Spade; Mr. Sidney and Mr. Peter are parodies of Peter Lorre and Sidney Greenstreet's characters.
The characters of Sidney Street and Humbert Green are a spoof of Syndey Greenstreet and Peter Lorre's characters from The Maltese Falcon (1941). Here, Street and Green are after the Falcon Dagger.
Dietrick imitates Sidney Greenstreet's character from the film; the search for a statue of a bird
Messrs. Greenway and Leech are modeled on Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre from this movie
Title and main character parody.
The Fat Man and Rabbit are spoofs on Greenstreet and Lorre's characters, here seeking the Maltese Monkey.
Lee Patrick and Elisha cook reprise their roles.
The character Sam Diamond is a spoof of Sam Spade.
At the Blue Falcon (a club): A Bogie parody character asks where his bird is. He says, "That's the stuff that dreams are made of." He reads "The Maltese Falcon."
Actor John Leslie mentions, "... the stuff wet dreams are made of".
This is a spoof on this film.
The character of Sam Ace is a spoof of Sam Spade.
Phillip Spade is a spoof of Bogart's character Sam Spade from this movie.
Cyrus Redblock was based on the character of "Kasper Gutman", played by Sydney Greenstreet, and Felix Leech was based on Peter Lorre's "Joel Cairo".
Fat Cat steals the Maltese Mouse, which looks like the idol in the movie.
The title spoofs the film.
In the dream sequence, Iola's Miss Neighborly character spoofs Mary Astor's Miss Wonderly
Porn spoof of 1940's mystery.
Phil Collins discover the falcon and gets shot by a Sam Spade character
Spoofed un the "This Pun for Hire" segment.
Porn parody, swapping out the falcon for a cigar spiced by an aphrodisiac.
"The Maltese Croonie will be mine!"
The segment title "The Maltese Muffin" is another title riff. (If you really want to stretch things, "Muffin" could be a play on "McGuffin" which is, of course, what the titular object is in the movie.)
It is the basis of the film in a different context
Guy Noir is a parody of Sam Spade.
The U.S. theatrical trailer for 'Blonde Heat (formerly "The Maltese Dildo")' spoofs this film.
Babyface quotes "the stuff that dreams are made of" line from this movie.
Bender wants to steal the Maltese Liquor.
Food stand at theme park called The Malted Falcon.
The Marble Elephant is a direct parody of The Maltese Falcon.
The film noir style section.