I took a few days to fully consider Greg's argument, but I still can't quite make that connection.
Is that an influence, though? That stems from her MC issues:
PAMELA: I know, I know I need the money. The money. The money.
Money. It’ll bite you on the--
It’s all an illusion you know Mr Russell? All an illusion.
PAMELA: Serves me right. Money, money, money. Bit me on the bot.
Then she cuddles Mickey. I don't see that as Walt's influence, but pressure from her agent. The part I bolded part relates to the scene immediately before, which suggests a direct influence Travers is feeling. That prior scene is between she and her father, and the key lines:
TRAVERS: We share a Celtic soul, you and I. This world is just an illusion, Ginty old girl. As long as we hold that thought dear, they can’t break us. Money, money, money. Don’t you buy into it Ginty! It’ll bite you on the bot! How did we end up here eh? Look at it. Barren. Breathless. Get as far away from this place as possible my love. Find yourself a patch of green.
It’s a chimera you know? The world, the bank, you and I, Mr Randolph- whackety-whack-Belhatchett. All an illusion.
That's a pretty direct influence. She's dealing with her MC issues because she bought into reality, as opposed to the illusion that her father was forever attempting to instill into her. There's also that neat 'you and I' moment.
But the stuff about his childhood is way more of a 'you and I are alike' moment than an outright perspective, no? It feels more like he's saying 'you think I'm this guy, but actually, we're a lot more alike than you think' than a specific influence.
I was dreading this question. I have absolutely no idea, but I'll have a think about it.