FROM famous movies and television to some of his own classic catchphrases, Peter Kay has packed in a feast of funny references for his latest advert.

The Pride and Breadjudice Warburtons commercial is an adaption of the true story of Bolton firm’s beginnings – featuring the star in a costume period drama with a twist.

Eagle-eyed viewers will have spotted the mishmash of jokes. And here are some to look out for:

Among the suitors for wannabe baker Ellen are The Lord of the North, whose stubble and shoulder-length locks make him more than a passing resemblance for Games of Thrones’ Jon Snow.

Taking inspiration from Jane Austen, the advert’s heroine laments “What are men to seeds and dough?” echoing Elizabeth Bennet’s “What are men to rocks and mountains?”

Later the Bolton comic rips off his shirt in a field of wheat, in a shot to rival Aidan Turner’s Poldark, before a dough-needing moment pays homage the steamy scene between Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore in Ghost.

However, Peter’s moment is rudely interrupted by a mobile with a Phoenix Nights ring tone leading him to asked Warburtons chairman Jonathan Warburton if they “do garlic bread” – and Mr Warburton echoing the famous stand-up routine line.

In the final moments of the story, hero Peter rides in on a white steed - named after Car Share co-star Sian Gibson’s character Kayleigh – but refuses to swim across a lake in a nod to Colin Firth’s famous Mr Darcy scene.

And just before the end he drop kicks the top hat of his rival shouting “’ave it”, which any fan of John Smiths will know from the comic’s popular No Nonsense ad campaign.

Can you spot anymore? Let us know what we have missed!