The character of Madeleine Ferguson (Laura Palmer’s lookalike cousin, played by the same actress) was created because Lynch was so impressed by Sheryl Lee that he wanted to have her on the series full-time. And a great job she does of the two totally different characters! Original article http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098936/trivia?item=tr0794719
Twin Peaks Trivia
There are few shows with a deeper and mysterious mythology than Twin Peaks. Over the last 25 years, this has caused an insatiable hunger among fans to glean as many facts, clues, and trivia about Twin Peaks as possible. Here at Back to Twin Peaks, we try our best to satisfy that hunger. We’ve dedicated this section detailing the origins of Twin Peaks. Here you will find the unique ingredients that make up the show we know and love today.
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We have all the Twin Peaks trivia you could ever need! Everything from analyzing Twin Peaks’ famous Welcome sign to explaining how Killer Bob came to be. We look at the trivia of Twin Peaks as a a driving force in the conversation the show has provoked over the last 25 years. Twin Peaks is known as a show that constantly asks viewers to find clues and piece them together. Therefore facts and trivia are a precious resource for fans as much as Garmonbozia is to the denizens of the Black Lodge. We also detail the relevance of Twin Peaks which has grown as a cultural phenomenon from 1990 to present day.
Whether it’s examining key characters, cast members or revisiting iconic locations of Twin Peaks, our Trivia section paints a detailed picture of the show and its significance. Check it all out below! And check back often for updates.
The birth of Bob
The character of Bob came about when David Lynch had a sudden image of set decorator Frank Silva hidden in Laura Palmer’s room. Lynch filmed the infamous shot of Silva hiding behind Laura’s bed without any idea of what he would use it for. Later, when filming a shot of Sarah Palmer (Grace Zabriskie) sitting […]
Weird vocal effects in the Black Lodge
The weird vocal effects used during the “Black Lodge” sequences were achieved by having the actors learn their lines backwards. The result was then played backwards, meaning the lines came out forwards, but sounded bizarre and otherworldly. Original article: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098936/trivia?item=tr0794866