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1 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Movies vs. Television July 23, 2013

2 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Movies vs. TV: Blue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) versus Twin Peaks (ABC, )Blue VelvetTwin Peaks Movies vs. Television

3 David Lynch (1946- ) “Jimmy Stewart from Mars”—Mel Brooks Born in Missoula, Montana, the son of a Boy Scout executive. Movies vs. Television

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9 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Blue VelvetBlue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) Movies vs. Television

10 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Blue VelvetBlue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) Movies vs. Television Watch Blue Velvet’s Famous Opening Sequence on Amazon PrimeWatch Blue Velvet’s Famous Opening Sequence on Amazon Prime.

11 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Blue VelvetBlue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) Movies vs. Television Kyle MacLaclan (Jeffrey Beaumont)

12 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Blue VelvetBlue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) Movies vs. Television The Blue Lady/Dorothy Vallens (Isabella Rossellini) Performs

13 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Blue VelvetBlue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) Movies vs. Television Laura Dern (Sandy Williams)

14 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Blue VelvetBlue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) Movies vs. Television Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper)

15 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Blue VelvetBlue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) Movies vs. Television Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper) Menaces the Blue Lady (Isabella Rossellini)

16 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Blue VelvetBlue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) Movies vs. Television Ben (Dean Stockwell) is “fu$#ing suave” (1:19 in) Watch on Amazon PrimeWatch on Amazon Prime.

17 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Blue VelvetBlue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) Movies vs. Television The Final Scene (1:57:58 in) Watch on Amazon PrimeWatch on Amazon Prime.

18 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Blue VelvetBlue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986) Movies vs. Television “This is American darkness - darkness in color, darkness with a happy ending. Lynch might turn out to be the first populist surrealist - a Frank Capra of dream logic.“ "Maybe I'm sick, but I want to see that again." (audience member overheard by Kael after a screening of Blue Velvet) Pauline Kael

19 ENGL 6750/7750 Film Studies Twin PeaksTwin Peaks (ABC, ) Movies vs. Television

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21 Watch the Famous Dream Sequence on Amazon Prime Watch the Famous Dream Sequence on Amazon Prime (membership required) Watch the Revelation of BOB and the Murder of Maddy on Amazon Prime Watch the Revelation of BOB and the Murder of Maddy on Amazon Prime (membership required)

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29 The Owl Cave Petroglyph Movies vs. Television

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31 “The series that will change TV.” Rodman, Warren. "The Series that Will Change TV." Connoisseur, September 1989: Movies vs. Television

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35 “I have never been able to sit through a whole episode of Twin Peaks. It's a postmodern soap opera, which means that every time someone on screen eats a piece of apple pie, you can hear a thousand students start typing their doctoral dissertations on ‘Twin Peaks: David Lynch and the Semiotics of Cobbler.’” Libby Gelman-Waxner, Premiere magazine Movies vs. Television

36 “... you can hear a thousand students start typing their doctoral dissertations on ‘Twin Peaks: David Lynch and the Semiotics of Cobbler.’” Libby Gelman-Waxner, Premiere magazine Movies vs. Television

37 Sir Paul, The Queen, and Twin Peaks Movies vs. Television

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40 Lynchian. David Foster Wallace on Lynch’s style as a filmmaker:  “both extremely personal and extremely remote”  “the absence of linearity and narrative logic”  “the heavy multivalence of the symbolism”  “the glazed opacity of the characters’ faces”  “the weird ponderous quality of the dialogue”  “the regular deployment of grotesques as figurants”  “the precise, painterly way scenes are staged and lit”  “the overlush, possibly voyeuristic way that violence, deviance, and general hideousness are depicted” Movies vs. Television

41 Twin Peaks DNA: “dreamy, cinematic (rather than televisual) style, slow pacing, extreme violence, emotional excess, disturbing sexuality, strung-out narrative, accentuation of subtext, controversial subject matter, lush scoring, uncanny dream sequences, the demand for complete attention it placed upon television viewers accustomed to distraction,” its reliance on “a particular kind of irony where the very macabre and the very mundane combine in such a way as to reveal the former’s perpetual containment in the latter” (David Foster Wallace). Movies vs. Television

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44 Annie Blackburne (Heather Graham) Twin Peaks Characters Movies vs. Television

45 BOB (Frank Silva) Twin Peaks Characters Movies vs. Television

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47 Denis(e) Bryson (David Duchovny) Twin Peaks Characters Movies vs. Television

48 Gordon Cole (David Lynch) Twin Peaks Characters Movies vs. Television

49 FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) Twin Peaks Characters Movies vs. Television

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52 The Log Lady (Catherine Coulson) Twin Peaks Characters Movies vs. Television

53 Man from Another Place (Michael J. Anderson) Twin Peaks Characters Movies vs. Television

54 Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) Twin Peaks Characters

55 Leland Palmer (Ray Wise) Twin Peaks Characters

56 The World’s Oldest Bellhop (Hank Worden) Twin Peaks Characters

57 Twin Peaks (USA: ABC, ): Season One EpisodeAirdateWriterDirector Pilot (1)4/8/90David Lynch & Mark Frost Lynch 24/12/90Lynch & FrostDuwayne Dunham 34/19/90Lynch & ForstLynch 44/26/90Harley PeytonTina Rathbone 55/3/90Robert EngelsTim Hunter 65/10/90FrostLesli Linka Glatter 75/17/90PeytonCaleb Deschanel 85/23/90Frost

58 Twin Peaks (USA: ABC, ): Season Two EpisodeAirdateWriterDirector 99/30/90Lynch & FrostLynch 1010/6/90PeytonLynch 1110/13/90EngelsGlatter 1210/20/90Jerry Stahl, Frost, Peyton, Engels Todd Holland 1310/27/90Barry PullmanGraehme Clifford 1411/3/90Peyton & EngelsGlatter 1511/10/90FrostLynch 1611/17/90Scott FrostDeschanel 1712/1/90Frost, Peyton, & EngelsHunter

59 Twin Peaks (USA: ABC, ): Season Two EpisodeAirdateWriterDirector 1812/8/90Tricia BrockRathbone 1912/15/90PullmanDunham 201/12/91Peyton & EngelsDeschanel 211/19/91PeytonHolland 221/26/91Scott FrostUli Edel 232/9/91Peyton & EngelsDiane Keaton 242/16/91BrockGlatter 253/28/91PullmanJames Foley 264/4/91Peyton & EngelsDunham

60 Twin Peaks (USA: ABC, ): Season Two EpisodeAirdateWriterDirector 274/11/91Frost & PeytonJonathan Sanger 284/18/91Peyton & EngelsStephen Gyllenhaal 296/10/91PullmanHunter 306/10/91Frost, Peyton, & EngelsLynch Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (David Lynch, August 1992)

61 Lesli Linka Glatter  2011 The Chicago Code  Lie to Me  Mad Men (6 episodes)  2010 True Blood  2010 Pretty Little Liars  2010 The Good Wife  House M.D.  2009 The Mentalist  2009 Weeds  2009 The Unit  ER (13 episodes)  2008 The Starter Wife  2008 Swingtown  2007 Journeyman  2007 Heroes  2007 Heartland  2006 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

62 Lesli Linka Glatter (continued)  2006 The Closer  2006 The Evidence  The West Wing (8 episodes)  2005 Grey's Anatomy  2005 Numb3rs  2005 The O.C.  Gilmore Girls (5 episodes, including the Pilot)  Law & Order: Special Victims Unit  2000 Freaks and Geeks  1998 Brooklyn South  1996 Murder One  1995 Now and Then  1994 NYPD Blue  1992 On the Air (TV mini-series)  Twin Peaks

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64 The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer, written by Lynch’s daughter Jennifer (pictured)

65 The Autobiography of F.B.I. Special Agent Dale Cooper: My Life. My Tapes

66 Diane: The Twin Peaks Tapes of Agent Cooper

67 Welcome to Twin Peaks: Access Guide to the Town

68 Saturday Night Live Twin Peaks Parody, September 1990

69 There’s No Place Like Home: Twin Peaks’ Oz Promo

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77 Contributors | Acknowledgements  Introduction: "The Semiotics of Cobbler: Twin Peaks' Interpretive Community | David Lavery  Bad Ideas: The Art and Politics of Twin Peaks | Jonathan Rosenbaum  The Peaks and Valleys of Serial Creativity: What Happened to/on Twin Peaks | Marc Dolan  "Do You Enjoy Making the Rest of Us Feel Stupid?" alt.tv.twinpeaks, the Trickster Author, and Viewer Mastery | Henry Jenkins  Family Romance, Family Violence, and the Fantastic in Twin Peaks | Diane Stevenson  "Disturbing the Guests with This Racket": Music and Twin Peaks | Kathryn Kalinak  The Canonization of Laura Palmer | Christy Desmet  Lynching Women: A Feminist Reading of Twin Peaks | Diana Hume George  Double Talk in Twin Peaks | Alice Kuzniar  Infinite Games: the Derationalization of Detection in Twin Peaks | Angela Hague  Desire Under the Douglas Firs: Entering the Body of Reality in Twin Peaks | Martha Nochimson  The Dis-order of Things in Twin Peaks | J. P. Telotte  Postmodernism and Television: Speaking of Twin Peaks | Jimmie L. Reeves, et al Appendix A: Directors and Writers | Appendix B: Cast List | Appendix C: Abbreviations | Appendix D: A Twin Peaks Calendar | Appendix E: Twin Peaks Scene Breakdown | Bibliography

78  The Peaks and Valleys of Serial Creativity: What Happened to/on Twin Peaks | Marc Dolan

79  "Do You Enjoy Making the Rest of Us Feel Stupid?" alt.tv.twinpeaks, the Trickster Author, and Viewer Mastery | Henry Jenkins

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81  Family Romance, Family Violence, and the Fantastic in Twin Peaks | Diane Stevenson Edward Said

82  Infinite Games: the Derationalization of Detection in Twin Peaks | Angela Hague

83  Postmodernism and Television: Speaking of Twin Peaks | Richard Campbell, Jimmie L. Reeves, et al

84  "Disturbing the Guests with This Racket": Music and Twin Peaks | Kathryn Kalinak

85 Angelo Badalamenti “Secrets from Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks”—”Where We’re From: Creating the Music” 1:28-5:47

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88  David Lavery, Peaked Out  Maria M. Carrion (Columbia University), Twin Peaks and the Circular Ruins of Fiction: Figuring (Out) the Acts of Reading  Melynda Huskey (Washington State University), Rewriting the Sensation Novel  Lenora Ledwon (University of Notre Dame), Twin Peaks and the Television Gothic  Catherine Nickerson (Emory University), Serial Killers and Serial Detection in Twin Peaks  Nicholas Birns (New York University), Telling Inside from Outside, or, Who Really Killed Laura Palmer?  Michael Carroll (New Mexico Highlands), Agent Cooper's Errand in the Wilderness: Twin Peaks and American Mythology  Scott Pollard (Christopher Newport University), Cooper, Details, and the Patriotic Mission of Twin Peaks  Jim Welsh (Salisbury State University), Lynch by the Book


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