David Copperfield (1935)
Names the film as of the same family genre, by its short title, David Copperfield.
brief shot of W.C. Fields as Mr. Micawber
The movie is mentioned by name as part of George Cukor's filmography.
Angel says she's going to star in the remake of David Copperfield.
Mentioned as part of Basil Rathbone's filmography.
Godfrey recalls seeing this film but concedes the memory is unhelpful.
When Spike dresses up as Uriah Heep, Ted says he saw the film (a "knockout!") but that Spike looks nothing like Freddie Bartholomew; Jeffrey was also impressed with the film adaptation.
Rooney comments that the Micawber pictured on his Classics comic does not look like W. C. Fields.
Mrs. Radford mentions W. C. Fields in conjunction with Micawber to Morse.
poster shown representing Selznick's achievements
W. C. Field's entrance as Mr. Micawber
Clip with W.C. Fields is shown
One of the films selected by the co-host
scene from the movie with W.C. Fields