both movies center around a detective who obsesses over the dead women they're investigating
McGarrett, a police detective, falls in love with the painting of a dead woman.
Dietrich refers to this movie in a discussion with Harris
Detective falls in love with image of murdered woman then discovers she's not dead--but her patron/manager wants her dead
Mentioned in the dialogue.
When an amnesic Steele is introduced to Laura Holt, he gives the production information for this film.
A character sings the theme song from this movie.
Al mentions the title.
It has been suggested it is Laura Hunt that Singapore Sling is looking for
Jerry, in reference to a music box, says "She opens it up, she hears that Laura's theme, I'm dead."
A poster of this film hangs on the office wall of producer Griffin Mill (Tim Robbins).
main character explains she's named after the Preminger movie
Mentioned by Mark at his party.
Character falls in love with a painting.
The Stuart Townsend character says this is his favorite film
The score is referenced
movie in 'Scotty's Favorites' section
DiNozzo tells Kate about this movie. And mentions that Gene Tierney was a goddess.
film noir example on the chalkboard
The episode borrows heavily from the plot of this film, in which a detective investigates the murder of the title character, falls in love with them through their photo, only to discover the "victim" is actually alive.
Seen on the shelf in the DVD store
Mentioned by Berlyn.
Martin Scorsese instructed Leonardo DiCaprio to base his performance on that of Dana Andrews in Otto Preminger's Laura.
Mentioned by Ziva
One of the 50 gold film reels you can find.
features several scenes from this film
This film is #73 on the list.
This film is #4 on the "Mystery" list.
Parodied as "Flora".