Remington Steele

Season 3 Episode 9

Cast in Steele

Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Dec 04, 1984 on NBC



  • Trivia

    • Before Mildred comes into the hospital room, she hears Steele say "I assure you, Laura, if I'd heard you, I wouldn't have gone into the building." But Laura never said anything before he rushed into that building.

  • Quotes

    • Lloyd Nolan: (to Laura about Mr. Steele) Is he always that talky? Yakety, yakety yak...

    • Laura: Someone is trying to kill you and you're gonna watch an old movie?
      Steele: Uh-hum. I find it therapeutic. I think better when I relax.

    • Steele: As far as I can see, all my adversaries are either deceased, incarcerated, or otherwise accounted for.
      Laura: Then you must be forgetting someone.
      Steele: How many enemies do you think I have, Laura?
      Laura: Mr. Steele, I have great respect for your ability to generate animosity around the globe.

    • Morris: Tell me something, Laura. Does your boss ever do any leg work?
      Laura: Mr. Steele's skills are hard to define at times, Morris. Very hard. Sometimes downright impossible.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Steele: I'm the private detective Lloyd Nolan called you about.
      Dorothy Lamour: Oh? I expected somebody more like Tom Selleck.
      This alludes to the 1980s CBS show Magnum, P.I. starring Tom Selleck as a private investigator.

    • Film Cites

      Steele: And so we come to the triumph of White Heat, in which Miss Mayo further displayed her versatilely opposite James Cagney.
      Warner Bros, 1949

      Steele: (to Virginia Mayo) You know, you still look as lovely as you did in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Danny Kaye, Boris Karloff, RKO, 19... uh...

      Steele: The Fan, Lauren Bacall, James Garner, Paramount, 1981. A deranged fan feeling personally rejected by Bacall attempts to kill her.

      Steele: I get this image... I get this image of the character Peter Lorre played in the Maltese Falcon.
      Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Warner Bros, 1941

      Steele: Dorothy Lamour? Road to Singapore? Moon Over Burma? Typhoon?
      Road to Singapore: Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Charles Coburn, Paramount, 1940
      Moon Over Burma: Robert Preston, Preston S. Foster, Doris Nolan, Albert Basserman, Paramount, 1940
      Typhoon: Robert Preston, Lynne Overman, J. Carrol Naish, Paramount, 1940

      Steele: I went to a revival house where they were showing Somewhere in the Night.
      Charles Arnt, Richard Benedict, Whit Bissell, Richard Conte, Clancy Cooper, 20th Century Fox, 1946

      Steele: An assassin in Three Days of the Condor tries to kill Robert Redford, but he's disguised as a mailman.
      Faye Dunaway, Cliff Robertson, Max von Sydow, John Houseman, Paramount, 1975

      Steele: Manhandled, Dan Duryea, Sterling Hayden, Paramount, 1949.

      Dorothy Lamour: Lloyd and I did St. Louis Blues.
      Steele: William Frawley, Matty Malneck and his orchestra, Paramount, 1939.

      Lloyd Nolan: (to Dorothy Lamour) Don't forget Johnny Apollo, Darling.
      Steele: Tyrone Power, Edward Arnold, 20th Century Fox, 1940.

      Steele: The Godfather, Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, Paramount, 1972.

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