WELCOME TO TWIN PEAKS | Fanning the fire, one (b)log at a time | And there's always David Lynch in the air...
“Diane... Entering the town of Twin Peaks.”

Twin Peaks & David Lynch Forums

Clear all

The name Carrie Page

3 Posts
3 Users
Posts: 1
New Member
Topic starter

Hello. In the 1985 film The Trip To Bountiful Geraldine Page plays a character called Carrie Watts. Geraldine Page won the academy award for best actress. The film is about a lady living in Texas I think who goes on a trip to the town she grew up in to see it one more time before she dies. The town is dead and unrecognisable to her. She visits her old house. There's no-one there. Anyway blah blah, my theory is that the name Carrie Page in Twin Peaks comes from The Trip To Bountiful. I must admit I haven't seen the film and I have been drinking heavily, so this  is very much a half formed idea. My son said it was stupid. Maybe one of you internet people can tell me if there is any weight to it, or whether I should just forget it.

Posted : 17/10/2018 3:51 pm
Posts: 2
New Member

More than a coincidence I think!

Posted : 07/12/2018 1:26 am
Posts: 38
Eminent Member

There's absolutely some weight to it as he did the exact same thing with maddie ferguson when he took both names from the movie vertigo so I don't see why this would be any less credible.

Posted : 26/04/2021 6:09 am
WELCOME TO TWIN PEAKS | Fanning the fire, one (b)log at a time | And there's always David Lynch in the air...
// Put this code snippet inside script tag

Log In

Forgot password?

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

Add to Collection

No Collections

Here you'll find all collections you've created before.

Shopping cart0
There are no products in the cart!
Continue shopping
Welcome to Twin Peaks
👋 Got a question or something to share? Reach out via Facebook Messenger or slide into my Instagram DMs! And there's always the good old contact form.