Synopsis for "Helen Hunt"
Appearing in "Helen Hunt"
- Cecil B. DeMille (First appearance)
- Eddie Rothberg (First appearance)
- Clarissa Stein (Mentioned only)
- League of Assassins (Mentioned only)
- Mari McCabe (Mentioned only)
- Oliver Queen (Mentioned only)
- Paris of Troy (On a TV or computer screen)
- Rip Hunter (Mentioned only)
- Time Bureau (Mentioned only)
- Despite being set in 1937 the film starring Hedy Lamarr they appear to be filming is 1954's Loves of Three Queens in which Hedy stars as Helen of Troy.
|Ray Palmer||Brandon Routh|
|Sara Lance||Caity Lotz|
|Mick Rory||Dominic Purcell|
|Amaya Jiwe||Maisie Richardson-Sellers|
|Nate Haywoodl||Nick Zano|
|Zari Tomaz||Tala Ashe|
|Gideon||Amy Pemberton (voice)|
|Eleanor Darhk||Courtney Ford|
|Damien Darhk||Neal McDonough|
|Helen of Troy||Bar Paly|
|Hedy Lamarr||Celia Massingham|
|Arnold Coleson||Samuel Vincent|
|Eddie Rothberg||Todd Thomson|
|Cecil B. DeMille||Andy Thompson|
|Set Director||James Ralph|
|Wiry Guard||Jared Payne|
|Gate Guard||Nelson Carbonette|
|Production Assistant||Paige Elan|
- Upon seeing Ray walking off with Cecil B. DeMille, Nate remarks "Ray is ready for his close-up, Mr. DeMille". This is a reference to the final line in the film Sunset Boulevard (1950): "All right, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up". It's often misquotes (as it is in this episode) as: "I'm ready for my close-up, Mr. DeMille".
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