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This is an episode guide for Twin Peaks.

Note: All these summaries were taken from the laser disc jackets except for the pilot. The episode titles were given to each episode by German Television and are not really official, but they're the only titles the episodes have ever had. The numbers following the episode title are the official episode production numbers.

Episode 0: Pilot (originally entitled Northwest Passage)Edit

Written by Mark Frost and David Lynch. Directed by David Lynch. Original Airdate: April 8, 1990.

Pete Martell finds Laura Palmer's body. Ronnett Pulaski is found beaten and in a daze. FBI agent Dale Cooper arrives in Twin Peaks to investigate.

Season OneEdit

Episode 1: Traces to Nowhere (001)Edit

Written by Mark Frost and David Lynch Directed by Duwayne Dunham. Original Airdate: April 12, 1990.

FBI Agent Dale Cooper and Sheriff Harry Truman discover more about the troubled secret life of the murdered Laura Palmer; Big Ed Hurley reveals that he was drugged at the Roadhouse; a frightened James Hurley, vengeful Bobby Briggs and Mike Nelson are released from jail; Catherine Martell lays bare her plot to take control of the Packard sawmill.

Guest Starring: Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Lucy Moran: Kimmy Robertson.

Episode 2: Zen, or the Skill to Catch a Killer (002)Edit

Written by David Lynch and Mark Frost. Directed by David Lynch. Original Airdate: April 19, 1990.

FBI Agent Dale Cooper demonstrates an unusual deductive technique for the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department; Benjamin Horne and his brother, Jerry, take a trip to One-Eyed Jacks; Donna Hayward and James Hurley pledge their love; Leo Johnson holds Bobby Briggs at gunpoint.

Guest starring: Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Albert Rosenfield: Miguel Ferrer, Jerry Horne: David Patrick Kelly, Blackie O'Reilly: Victoria Catlin, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Lucy Moran: Kimmy Robertson, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger, Eileen Hayward: Mary Jo Deschanel, Sylvia Horne: Jan D'Arcy

Episode 3: Rest in Pain (003)Edit

Written by Harley Peyton. Directed by Tina Rathborne. Original Airdate: April 26, 1990.

The townsfolk of Twin Peaks gather for Laura Palmer's funeral; Cooper interprets his dream about the killer; Truman reveals to Cooper the secret of the Bookhouse Boys.

Guest starring: Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Albert Rosenfield: Miguel Ferrer, Jacques Renault: Walter Olkewicz, Father Clarence: Royce D. Applegate, Wilson Mooney: Jed Mills, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Lucy Moran: Kimmy Robertson, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Betty Briggs: Charlotte Stewart.

Episode 4: The One-Armed Man (004)Edit

Written by Robert Engels. Directed by Tim Hunter. Original Airdate: May 3, 1990.

Cooper and Truman track down the one-armed man and some strange new evidence in Laura Palmer's murder; Norma Jennings attends a parole board hearing for her husband; Audrey Horne decides to begin her own investigation.

Guest starring: Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Wilson Mooney: Jed Mills, Lucy Moran: Kimmy Robertson.

Episode 5: Cooper's Dreams (005)Edit

Written by Mark Frost. Directed by Lesli Linka Glatter. Original Airdate: May 10, 1990.

Cooper and Truman have tea with the Log Lady and discover a macabre crime scene in the woods; Audrey Horne takes a job at her father's department store; Hank Jennings returns from prison to the Double R Diner; James Hurley and Donna Hayward take Madeleine Ferguson into their confidence.

Guest starring: Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Jerry Horne: David Patrick Kelly, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Betty Briggs: Charlotte Stewart, Emory Battis: Don Amendolia, Log Lady: Catherine Coulson, Trudy: Jill Rogosheske, Einar Thorson: Brian Straub, Heba: Mary Stavin.

Episode 6: Realization Time (006)Edit

Written by Harley Peyton. Directed by Caleb Deschanel. Original Airdate: May 17, 1990.

Agent Cooper and the Bookhouse Boys pay a special visit to One-Eyed Jacks, while Audrey Horne goes undercover as a hostess there; Josie Packard shares her suspicions with Truman about Catherine Martell's intentions; Dr. Jacoby receives a phone call from the dead Laura Palmer.

Guest starring: Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Jerry Horne: David Patrick Kelly, Jacques Renault: Walter Olkewicz, Lucy Moran: Kimmy Robertson, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Emory Battis: Don Amendolia, Blackie O'Reilly: Victoria Catlin, Herbert Neff: Mark Lowenthal.

Episode 7: The Last Evening (007)Edit

Written and Directed by Mark Frost. Original Airdate: May 24, 1990.

Cooper and Truman's investigation builds to a terrifying conclusion; Dr. Jacoby heads for his rendezvous with "Laura Palmer"--and its bizarre consequences; Catherine Martell and Shelly Johnson are hopelessly trapped; Hank Jennings' evil influence spreads, engulfing Josie Packard.

Guest starring: Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Jacques Renault: Walter Olkewicz, Blackie O'Reilly: Victoria Catlin, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Lucy Moran: Kimmy Robertson.

Season TwoEdit

Episode 8: May the Giant Be With You (2.001)Edit

Written by Mark Frost, based on a story by Mark Frost and David Lynch. Directed by David Lynch. Original Airdate: September 30, 1990

The death of Laura Palmer sent shock waves through the Pacific Northwest town of Twin Peaks. On the special, two-hour season premiere episode, the investigation into the mysterious killing continues, sorrow settles over the community as several lives hang in the balance, Audrey Horne finds herself a terrified prisoner, and Donna Hayward receives a strange message.

Guest starring: Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Albert Rosenfield: Miguel Ferrer, Jerry Horne: David Patrick Kelly, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Blackie O'Reilly: Victoria Catlin, Eileen Hayward: Mary Jo Deschanel. Co-starring: The Log Lady: Catherine E. Coulson, Nancy: Gaylyn Gorg, Phillip Michael Gerard: Al Strobel.

Episode 9: Coma (2.002)Edit

Written by Harley Peyton. Directed by David Lynch. Original Airdate: October 6, 1990

Agent Cooper receives some unwanted help and some unwelcome news; Audrey Horne gets into deeper trouble than she realizes; Donna Hayward arranges to meet a stranger; and Leland Palmer makes a horrifying discovery.

Guest starring: Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Albert Rosenfield: Miguel Ferrer, Jerry Horne: David Patrick Kelly, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Blackie O'Reilly: Victoria Catlin, Emory Battis: Don Amendolia, Mrs. Tremond: Francis Bay. Co-starring: The Log Lady: Catherine E. Coulson.

Episode 10: The Man Behind Glass (2.003)Edit

Written by Robert Engels. Directed by Lesli Linka Glatter. Original Airdate: October 13, 1990

Cooper and Truman discover that the trail to Laura's killer takes an unexpected new direction; Blackie O'Reilly sees a golden opportunity; James Hurley and Madeleine Ferguson strike an unforeseen chord; and Dr. Jacoby undergoes hypnosis.

Guest starring: Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, Harold Smith: Lenny Von Dohlen, Albert Rosenfield: Miguel Ferrer, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Emory Battis: Don Amendolia, Blackie O'Reilly: Victoria Catlin, Jean Renault: Michael Parks.

Episode 11: Laura's Secret Diary (2.004)Edit

Written by Jerry Stahl, Mark Frost, Harley Peyton and Robert Engels. Directed by Todd Holland. Original Airdate: October 20, 1990

Cooper is stymied by an unusual request from Ben Horne to save Audrey's life; Donna Hayward goes to another picnic; Lucy's love life gets complicated; and Josie Packard introduces her cousin from Hong Kong.

Guest starring: Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, Harold Smith: Lenny Von Dohlen, Clinton Sternwood: Royal Dano, Emory Battis: Don Amendolia, Tojamura: Fumio Yamaguchi, Jean Renault: Michael Parks.

Episode 12: The Orchid's Curse (2.005)Edit

Written by Barry Pullman. Directed by Graemem Clifford. Original Airdate: October 27, 1990

Cooper reveals Audrey Horne's whereabouts to Truman; Leland Palmer attends his court hearing; Donna Hayward and Maddy Ferguson plot to steal Laura Palmer's secret diary; and Benjamin Horne receives a mysterious visitor and a business proposition.

Guest starring: Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Harold Smith: Lenny Von Dohlen, Clinton Sternwood: Royal Dano, Tim Pinkle: David L. Lander, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Blackie O'Reilly: Victoria Catlin, Daryl Lodwick: Ritch Brinkley, Tojamura: Fumio Yamaguchi, Jean Renault: Michael Parks.

Episode 13: Demons (2.006)Edit

Written by Harley Peyton and Robert Engels. Directed by Lesli Linka Glatter. Original Airdate: November 3, 1990

Cooper and Truman stage a daring raid on One-Eyed Jack's; Donna Hayward and Maddy Ferguson find themselves at the mercy of an enraged Harold Smith; Shelly Johnson and Bobby Briggs hold a "welcome home" party for Leo Johnson; and Cooper's bureau chief pays a call.

Guest starring: Harold Smith: Lenny Von Dohlen, Tom Brockman: Ian Abercrombie, Gordon Cole: David Lynch, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Tojamura: Fumio Yamaguchi, Phillip Michael Gerard: Al Strobel.

Episode 14: Lonely Souls (2.007)Edit

Written by Mark Frost. Directed by David Lynch. Original Airdate: November 10, 1990

The identity of Laura Palmer's killer is finally revealed after Cooper and Truman's investigation receives some vital help from the one-armed man; finances strain the relationship between Shelly and Bobby; Audrey Horne confronts Ben with what she knows about One-Eyed Jack's; and Leland Palmer tries to discourage Maddy from going home.

Guest starring: Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Gordon Cole: David Lynch, Tojamura: Fumio Yamaguchi, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger. Co-starring: The Log Lady: Catherine E. Coulson, Singer: Julee Cruise, Phillip Michael Gerard: Al Strobel, The Giant: Carel Struycken, Waiter: Hank Worden.

Episode 15: Drive With A Dead Girl (2.008)Edit

Written by Scott Frost. Directed by Caleb Deschanel. Original Airdate: November 17, 1990

Cooper's and Truman's search for BOB gets a boost from the one-armed man, who is suffering from an identity crisis; James Hurley and Donna Hayward miss the chance to say goodbye to Maddy; Norma Jennings' mother, Vivian, brings her new husband for a visit; Lucy returns home with some company; Bobby Briggs pursues a fresh money-making venture; Pete Martell delivers a message to Ben Horne; and Leland Palmer's driving ability comes into question.

Guest starring: Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Jerry Horne: David Patrick Kelly, Ernie Niles: James Booth, Gwen: Kathleen Wilhoite, Vivian Smythe: Jane Greer.

Episode 16: Arbitrary Law (2.009)Edit

Written by Mark Frost, Harley Peyton and Robert Engels. Directed by Tim Hunter. Original Airdate: December 1, 1990.

Cooper asks Truman to give him 24 hours to prove who murdered Laura Palmer; Donna Hayward is stunned by Deputy Andy's knowledge of French; Mrs. Tremond does a disappearing act; Harold Smith leaves behind a tidbit of valuable information; Ben Horne's business fortunes hit an all-time low; a strange gathering is called to the roadhouse; and it's high noon for Lucy, Andy and Tremayne.

Guest starring: Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Albert Rosenfield: Miguel Ferrer, Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, Ernie Niles: James Booth, Vivian Smythe: Jane Greer, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Philip Michael Gerard: Al Strobel. Co-starring: Mr. Zipper: Clive Rosengren, Killer BOB: Frank Silva, The Giant: Carel Struycken, Mrs. Tremond: Mae Williams, Waiter: Hank Worden.

Episode 17: Dispute Between Brothers (2.010)Edit

Written by Tricia Brock. Directed by Tina Rathborne. Original Airdate: December 8, 1990.

Cooper and Truman exchange goodbyes; a wake is held for Leland Palmer; Dougie Milford, publisher of the Twin Peaks Gazette, twists the ear of his brother, Mayor Milford; Hank takes Ernie off on an impromptu "hunting trip" to Canada; Dr. Jacoby and Ed Hurley persuade the vice principal to allow Nadine to finish high school; Bobby borrows some duds from Leo; Catherine pays a visit to the sheriff's station; Tremayne embraces fatherhood; an FBI agent comes to town with unpleasant business for Cooper; and Audrey divulges her ice cream preference to a newfound friend.

Guest starring: Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, Ernie Niles: James Booth, Vivian Smythe: Jane Greer, Roger Hardy: Clarence Williams III, Mountie: Gavan O' Herlihy, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Nadine Hurley, Wendy Robie, Eileen Hayward: Mary Jo Deschanel, Dougie Milford: Tony Jay, Mayor Milford: John Boylan, Vice-principal Greege: Don Calfa, Jean Renault: Michael Parks.

Episode 18: Masked Ball (2.011)Edit

Written by Barry Pullman. Directed by Duwayne Dunham. Original Airdate: December 15, 1990

Truman defends Cooper's activities at One-Eyed Jack's, which are under investigation by the FBI and DEA; Mrs. Briggs worries about Garland's disappearance; Nadine continues to fall for Mike Nelson; James Hurley receives free room and board for helping a beautiful blonde; Hank interrupts Ben Horne's reminiscences about the past with grim reality; Andy kicks up his heels with DEA Agent Bryson at the wedding reception of Dougie Milford and his young bride; Catherine leaves Josie no choice but to play by her rules; and Windom Earle makes a move.

Guest starring: Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Betty Briggs: Charlotte Stewart, Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, Evelyn Marsh: Annette McCarthy, Dennis/Denise Bryson: David Duchovny, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger, Andrew Packard: Dan O'Herlihy, The Log Lady: Catherine Coulson.

Episode 19: The Black Widow (2.012)Edit

Written by Harley Peyton and Robert Engels. Directed by Caleb Deschanel. Original Airdate: January 12, 1991

Cooper's "white glove" test yields a clue; Deputy Andy and Dick Tremayne confront concerns over little Nicky's past; Bobby Briggs makes a fast buck; Dougie Milford checks out of the Great Northern on his wedding night; Nadine hears the call of organized sports; James Hurley proves handy with a wrench; and Pete and Catherine Martell attempt a romantic candlelight dinner.

Guest starring: Major Briggs: Don Davis, Betty Briggs: Charlotte Stewart, Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, Evelyn Marsh: Annette McCarthy, Dennis/Denise Bryson: David Duchovny, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, little Nicky: Joshua Harris, Dougie Milford: Tony Jay, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger.

Episode 20: Checkmate (2.013)Edit

Written by Harley Peyton. Directed by Todd Holland. Original Airdate: January 19, 1991

Cooper and Truman arrange a trap for Jean Renault; Deputy Andy and Dick Tremayne pry into little Nicky's past; a visit from an old lover interrupts Ben Horne, who's busy changing history at the Battle of Gettysburg; James Hurley succumbs to Evelyn Marsh's plea for help; Nadine Hurley uses her superhuman strength to rescue Ed; and Cooper's nemesis makes a horrifying opening move.

Guest starring: Hank Jennings: Chris Mulkey, Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, Ernie Niles: James Booth, Dennis/Denise Bryson: David Duchovny, Mountie: Gavan O' Herlihy, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger, Evelyn Marsh: Annette McCarthy, Malcolm: Nicholas Love, Jean Renault: Michael Parks.

Episode 21: Double Play (2.014)Edit

Written by Scott Frost. Directed by Uli Edel Original Airdate: February 2, 1991

Cooper confides to Truman the frightening, tragic history of his former FBI partner, Windome Earle; Audrey Horne strikes a business deal with Bobby Briggs; Leo Johnson comes back to vicious life; James Hurley becomes more confused about his feelings for Evelyn Marsh; and Catherine Martell unveils an astonishing secret to a dumbfounded Pete.

Guest starring: Andrew Packard: Dan O' Herlihy, Malcolm: Nicholas Love, Evelyn: Annette McCarthy, Jeffrey Marsh: John Apicella, Jerry Horne: David Patrick Kelly, Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, Lana Budding: Robyn Lively, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Mayor Dwayne Milford: John Boylan, Thomas Eckhardt: David Warner, Jones: Brenda Strong.

Episode 22: Slaves and Masters (2.015)Edit

Written by Harley Peyton and Robert Engels. Directed by Diane Keaton. Original Airdate: February 9, 1991.

Cooper discovers who shot him at the Great Northern, and finds unexpected help matching wits with Windom Earle in a deadly game of chess; Donna Hayward makes a desperate plea to save James Hurley's life; Nadine Hurley walks in on Ed and Norma Jennings; Benjamin Horne changes the course of history at Appomattox; and Catherine Martell dangles a helpless Josie Packard as booty before the eyes of an extremely dangerous man - the evil-hearted Thomas Eckhardt.

Guest starring: Jerry Horne: David Patrick Kelly, Malcolm: Nicholas Love, Evelyn: Annette McCarthy, Thomas Eckhardt: David Warner, Albert Rosenfield: Miguel Ferrer, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie.

Episode 23: The Condemned Woman (2.016)Edit

Written by Tricia Brock. Directed by Lesli Glatter. Original Airdate: February 16, 1991.

Cooper pleads with Josie Packard for the truth as Truman looks on; Ben Horne has a change of heart about the future of Twin Peaks; Ed Hurley proposes marriage to Norma Jennings; James Hurley and Donna Hayward say good-bye; Audrey Horne meets her fated one - a handsome, wealthy admirer from the past; and Windom Earle presents a tantalizing puzzle to three women.

Guest starring: Jerry Horne: David Patrick Kelly, Thomas Eckhardt: David Warner, Albert Rosenfield: Miguel Ferrer, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Andrew Packard: Dan O'Herlihy, John Justice Wheeler: Billy Zane, Jones: Brenda Strong.

Episode 24: Wounds and Scars (2.017)Edit

Written by Barry Pullman. Directed by James Foley. Original Airdate: March 28, 1991.

Cooper is attracted to a beautiful, reclusive young woman; Truman falls to pieces grieving over the death of Josie Packard; Donna Hayward receives a macabre family visitor; Audrey Horne falls in live; Nadine Hurley and Mike Nelson check into the Great Northern Hotel; and Ben Horne hosts an environmental benefit.

Guest starring: Major Briggs: Don Davis, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger, Eileen Hayward: Mary Jo Deschanel, The Log Lady: Catherine Coulson, Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, John Justice Wheeler: Billy Zane, Annie Blackburne: Heather Graham, Tim Pinkle: David L. Lander, Jones: Brenda Strong.

Episode 25: On the Wings of Love (2.018)Edit

Written by Harley Peyton and Robert Engels. Directed by Duwayne Dunham. Original Airdate: April 4, 1991.

Agent Cooper and the Sheriff's Department go midnight spelunking; Truman awakens in the murderous embrace of a naked woman; Audrey Horne and Donna Hayward witness a strange meeting; Windom Earle insinuates himself in the lives of his potential victims; and love is in the air.

Guest starring: Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger, Eileen Hayward: Mary Jo Deschanel, Annie Blackburne: Heather Graham, Gordon Cole: David Lynch, John Justice Wheeler: Billy Zane, The Log Lady: Catherine Coulson, Jones: Brenda Strong.

Episode 26: Variations on Relations (2.019)Edit

Written by Mark Frost and Harley Peyton. Directed by Jonathan Sanger. Original Airdate: April 11, 1991.

Cooper and Truman try to unlock the secret of the hieroglyph found in Owl Cave; the local Miss Twin Peaks contest draws some hot competition; Annie Blackburne opens her heart; the Great Northern Hotel holds a wine tasting event; and Windom Earle makes another move in his deadly game of chess.

Guest starring: Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger, Eileen Hayward: Mary Jo Deschanel, Annie Blackburne: Heather Graham, Gordon Cole: David Lynch, John Justice Wheeler: Billy Zane, Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Mayor Milford: John Boylan, Lana Budding: Robyn Lively, heavy metal youth: Ted Raimi.

Episode 27: The Path to the Black Lodge (2.020)Edit

Written by Harley Peyton and Robert Engels. Directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal. Original Airdate: April 19, 1991.

Cooper and Truman continue to investigate the mystery of Owl Cave; Windom Earle snares another captive and learns some valuable information; romance blooms between Cooper and Annie Blackburne; Donna Hayward finds an old scrapbook full of surprises; and Audrey Horne makes a confession.

Guest starring: Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger, Eileen Hayward: Mary Jo Deschanel, Annie Blackburne: Heather Graham, John Justice Wheeler: Billy Zane, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Mayor Milford: John Boylan, Andrew Packard: Dan O'Herlihy, Lana Budding: Robyn Lively, Tim Pinkle: David L. Lander, Cappy: Ron Kirk, heavy metal youth: Ted Raimi, youth 2: Willie Garson.

Episode 28: Miss Twin Peaks (2.021)Edit

Written by Barry Pullman. Directed by Tim Hunter.

Episode 29: Beyond Life and Death (2.022)Edit

Written by Mark Frost, Harley Peyton and Robert Engels. Directed by David Lynch.

Episodes 28 and 29 aired together as an ABC TV Movie. Original Airdate: June 10, 1991.

Cooper and Truman rush to head off Windom Earle at the Black Lodge, where Cooper must take a plunge into darkness to save the live of Miss Twin Peaks; Donna Hayward demands to know the truth; Nadine Hurley enrolls in the school of hard knocks; Andrew Packard and Pete Martell go on a mission to the bank; Audrey Horne stages an act of civil disobedience; and Ben Horne apologizes for trying to be good.

Guest starring: Richard Tremayne: Ian Buchanan, Annie Blackburne: Heather Graham, Tim Pinkle: David L. Lander, Lana Budding: Robyn Lively, Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie, Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie, Major Briggs: Don Davis, Betty Briggs: Charlotte Stewart, Mike Nelson: Gary Hershberger, The Log Lady: Catherine Coulson, Eileen Hayward: Mary Jo Deschanel, Black Lodge performer: James V. Scott. Co-starring: The Giant: Carel Struycken, Waiter: Hank Worden, Dell Mibbler: Ed Wright, Man From Another Place: Michael J. Anderson, Mayor Milford: John Boylan, BOB: Frank Silva, Andrew Packard: Dan O'Herlihy.

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