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Vikar’s head tattoo is mentioned when discussing Montgomery Clift’s car accident (in real life), but there are no specific film references on this page.

This page contains a mention of early Western film star Tom Mix, but there are no specific film references on this page.

At the house, Vikar meets Zazi and her mother. He is still trying to remember the name of the Houdini film The Grim Game.

Vikar goes to Laurel Canyon Boulevard, and finds a house that looks like Gloria Swanson’s mansion in Sunset Boulevard. Vikar goes into a store and is told the house is where Harry Houdini lived in the 1920’s. The Houdini films referenced are: The Man from Beyond, Terror Island, and The Grim Game.

Outside of Schwab’s Drugstore on Sunset, Vikor ponders Lana Turner’s discovery, and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s heart attack. Fitzgerald was an uncredited contributor to the screenplay for The Women, starring Joan Crawford.

Vikar looks into the room where Montgomery Clift may have stayed. He has a recurring dream that happens after each time he watches a film. There are no specific film references on this page.

While page 20 references D.W. Griffith’s ghost living in the Roosevelt Hotel, there are no specific film references on this page.