Accidental Truth: A small Brick Joke in the movie. Babe/Miss Dawson claimed to be from Winchestertonfieldville, Iowa. It was a flat out lie, but Deeds manages to actually find the place. Especially the house she described.
Alliterative Name: Babe Bennett continues the trend for Sandler's love interests, though unlike some of the others, her initials aren't V.V.
Beware the Nice Ones: Deeds is one of the nicest people in the movie, but harm or say bad language in front of the ladies, or insult his upbrining and he'll answer back by kicking your ass.
Big Good: With or without money, Mr. Deeds always finds a way to invoke this trope. He even goes as far as rescue a woman and all of her cats from a tall, burning apartment building. The only questionable actions he was really seen taking in the movie were while he was out drinking with John McEnroe.
Chekhov's Gag: Deeds shows Emilio his frostbitten black foot that is completely numb to pain and has him poke it and jokingly messes with him by screaming in pain. Later in the movie, it becomes the only way for Deeds to be able to save Babe/Pam from freezing to death after falling through the thin ice.
Chekhov's Gun: Early in the movie, Emilio claims that Preston Blake always treated him like a son. Guess who turns out to be Blake's illegitimate son at the end?
Cool Old Guy: Blake is arguably considered this according to Emilio, and to top it off he dies scaling a mountain, with a smile on his face.
Crying Wolf: Tabloid journalist Babe Bennett pretends to be a Damsel in Distress, getting mugged in order to meet Deeds and dig up dirt on him. Later, when she is really in trouble, he doesn't believe her, until it becomes obvious to him that she will freeze to death if he does nothing.
Diner Brawl: Babe vs. Jan, when Babe goes to Mandrake Falls to apologize for lying to Deeds.
Heel Realization: Babe has a very emotional one when she realizes she is falling for Deeds, in spite of having lied to him about everything.
Hero with Bad Publicity: When Deeds rescues a woman and her seven cats from a burning building, the TV tabloid show for which Babe works makes it look as if he killed the cats and sexually assaulted the woman.
Offscreen Teleportation: Emilo, almost to supernatural levels. Able to go from standing right next to Chuck Cedar all the way to a balcony several hundred meters away in a matter of seconds without being seen. Mostly, this is just for Rule of Funny.
Rescue Romance: Deeds states that this is how his father met his mother, and this is how he himself meets Babe. Subverted in the latter case, however, as her mugger was a friend of hers putting on an act. He does rescue her for real later on when she falls through thin ice into a lake, however.
Rich Suitor, Poor Suitor: Deeds as the rich suitor; Babe's coworker and fake mugger as the poor suitor. Deeds is the one seen in a better light.
Seamless Spontaneous Lie: Babe's lie about Little Winchestertonfieldville, Iowa turns out to mostly come true, and Deeds is too naive to notice the inconsistencies.