Play It Again, Sam is, however, both a play and a movie by Woody Allen, in which he plays a film critic who is dumped by his wife. In his effort to rebuild his shattered ego, he is assisted by a hallucination in the shape of Humphrey Bogart, who gives him advice on women. The film also starred Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts and Jerry Lacy.
With regard to beak's example from Hamlet: the stage directions for Hamlet's soliloquy do not specify that he doesn't have a skull in his hand while saying it, although choosing to give him this prop would be a strange decision, as the scene which actually does involve a skull is much later in the play. It is this scene which gives us the much more common misquote: "Alas poor Yorick, I knew him well". What Hamlet actually says is, "Alas, poor Yorick. I knew him, Horatio."