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Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces (2014)

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Twin Peaks before Twin Peaks (1990) and at the same time not always and entirely in the same place as Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992). A feature film which presents deleted scenes from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992) assembled together for the first time in an untold portion of the story's prequel.


David Lynch





Cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Isaak ... Special Agent Chester Desmond
Kiefer Sutherland ... Sam Stanley
C.H. Evans C.H. Evans ... Jack at Hap's
Sandra Kinder ... Irene at Hap's
Rick Aiello ... Cliff Howard
Elizabeth McCarthy Elizabeth McCarthy ... Giggling Secretary
Steven Beard Steven Beard ... Crime Van Driver
Gary Bullock ... Sheriff Cable
Kyle MacLachlan ... FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper
David Bowie ... Phillip Jeffries
Hirsh Diamant Hirsh Diamant ... Head Clerk
Stefano Loverso Stefano Loverso ... Bellhop
Jeannie Bonser Jeannie Bonser ... Dancer
Alex Samorano Alex Samorano ... Dancer
Michael J. Anderson ... Man From Another Place


Assembled from the deleted and extended scenes of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, and showing the untold portion of the FBI's investigation into the murder of Teresa Banks, as well as expanding on the last seven days of Laura Palmer's life, Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces becomes an integral part of the deeper mysteries surrounding the Twin Peaks series. Written by Relical

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Due to its theatrical screening on 16th of July 2014 and the fact that the footage was mostly never seen before, this production could be considered a final theatrical film for a number of actors, including Calvin Lockhart, Frances Bay, Frank Silva, Jack Nance, Don S. Davis, Marvin Rosand, Catherine E. Coulson, David Bowie and Warren Frost. Rosand, Coulson and Frost also reprised their roles in Twin Peaks (2017) revival before their respective passing in 2015 (Rosand and Coulson) and 2017 (Warren Frost). See more »


Bellhop: Oh, Mr. Jeffries! Oh, the shit, it come out of my ass. Santa Maria, where did you go? Ayúdame! Ayúdame!
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Crazy Credits

End credits play over a footage of creamed corn on the spoon which is obviously seen in the Black Lodge. See more »


Referenced in Rapture in Blue (2020) See more »


Twin Peaks Theme
Music by Angelo Badalamenti
Publishing: Anlon Music/ASCAP; Bobkind Music/ASCAP
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Scenes that should not have been deleted !!!
11 February 2017 | by Bored_DragonSee all my reviews

This is not a movie, but a collection of scenes deleted from "Fire walk With Me". Standing alone, this movie is nonsense and extremely boring. I know that because I accidentally watched it before "Fire walk With Me". But once seen right after TV series and "Fire walk With Me", this addition gets a completely new shape and while watching it I enjoyed more than I enjoyed the movie itself. Those deleted scenes are more like the original TV show than the movie and I think that cutting them out was a terrible mistake. I suppose they did it to cut the movie to a reasonable length, because all together lasts almost four hours, but with these scenes included all objections to the movie disappear. With these scenes in it, the movie would have the same charm and atmosphere we loved in the TV show and most of the characters movie is missing appear here. Besides that, in several spots during the movie, we have sudden switches where it is obvious that something is missing. Well, these deleted scenes are missing. They deleted scenes without ironing the edges in places they were cut out. I saw somewhere that fans asked Lynch to make an extended version of the movie in which he would join "Fire walk With Me" and "Missing Pieces" into one harmonious piece of art, but he refused to do it. So some extreme fan did it on his own. You can find the extended fan version of the movie that lasts 3,5 hours. They did not include every single deleted scene in it, because the goal was to make harmonious result, not to put everything back at any cost. I have to find and see it one of these days, but it was too much for me to do it right after watching the whole series and movie in just a few days period. Maybe in a few years, when the time comes to refresh my memory. If anyone already saw it, I would like to hear your impressions. All in all, this is must watch for every "Twin Peaks" fan, because it fills many holes in the story and opens some new points of view.


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Release Date:

1 August 2014 (Brazil) See more »

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Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery See more »

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Dolby Surround 7.1



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16:9 HD
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