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Subject: Re: Opening Sequence
From: 6600koga@ucsbuxa.ucsb.edu (Jeffrey Koga)
Date: 1991-04-05, 14:37
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <27FCEA5A.20055@ics.uci.edu> bvickers@bonnie.ics.uci.edu (Brett J. Vickers) writes:

> >Did anyone else notice that we got the old opening sequence back with
> >the 4/4 episode?  It started out with the little birdy perched on a
> >branch, and then it went to a shot of the sawmill where the blades were
> >being sharpened.

> >I'm pleased to see it come back.

Sorry to burst your bubble, so to speak, but the
longest opening sequences were in the pilot (Episode
1000) and in the first episode of the second season
(Episode 2001).  They showed a lot more of the
blades being sharpened in those two.
--
Jeff "Koganuts" Koga              1) "The 'Star Wars' Trilogy" by John Williams
Internet: 6600koga@ucsbuxa.ucsb.edu        2)"Dances with Wolves" by John Barry
Bitnet: 6600koga@ucsbuxa.bitnet          3) "Star Trek II:TWoK" by James Horner
Recommended CDs:      4) "Soundtrack from '^Twin Peaks^'" by Angelo Baladamenti


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