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Subject: Re: Opening Sequence
From: rosimcg@OAVAX.CSUCHICO.EDU (Rosi McGillivray)
Date: 1991-04-08, 09:15
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks
Reply-to: rosimcg@OAVAX.CSUCHICO.EDU

In article <10345@hub.ucsb.edu>, 6600koga@ucsbuxa.ucsb.edu (Jeffrey Koga) writes:
> >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.

>> >>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        

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Maybe Lynch-Frost were just honing their imagery?
Peace
Rosi

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