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The most likely model for Alex Brady is Steven Spielberg, whose early TV work includes directing Columbo: Murder by the Book (#1.1) (1971). Spielberg had already been spoofed in Columbo: Mind Over Mayhem (#3.6) (1974) as Steve Spelberg, the boy genius played by Lee Montgomery.

"Exit, pursed by a bear."

Ruth: "'Exit pursued by a bear.' Shakespeare wrote that."

She's referring to the famous stage direction in A Winter's Tale.

We see posters for Destiny (1944), The Veils of Bagdad (1953), Frankenstein (1931), Dracula (1931), Attack (1956), Lady Godiva of Coventry (1955), Woman in Hiding (1950) and Slightly Scandalous (1946).

Who is Andy Hardy?

Ruth: "So, are you ever going to find true love, Andy Hardy?"

She's referring to the juvenile character played by Mickey Rooney in a series of popular films in the 1930s and 40s, such as Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938).

Alex Brady

The character has to be based on director John Landis who was responsible for the 1982 deaths of Vic Morrow and the two children during filming of the movie Twilight Zone. Saw the Spielberg comparison and he was also associated with that film as Producer.

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