Northern Exposure

Rosebud

Season 5, Ep 7, Aired 11/8/93
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  • Episode Description
  • Ed hits an impasse in his film career when Maurice has him begin to organize Cicely's first film festival and he can't seem to get things going to Maurice's satisfaction. Joel makes excuses for why he can't join the volunteer fire department and goes on the offensive when his truck bursts into flames and the volunteers are nowhere to be found. Leonard becomes frustrated as he researches the healing properties found in white folklore.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Barry Corbin

    Maurice J. Minnifield

  • Janine Turner

    Mary Margaret "Maggie" O'Connell

  • John Corbett

    Christopher "Chris in the Morning" Danforth Stevens

  • John Cullum

    Holling Gustav Vincoeur

  • Rob Morrow

    Dr. Joel Fleischman [ episodes 1 - 102 ]

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (20)

    • Ed: I'm a fraud. Orson Welles made a movie called F for Fake and that's me. I say I'm a filmmaker, but I don't do it. I say I'm a shaman, but I don't do it.

    • Leonard: Maybe this is white magic, movies. They do say they're magic. It seems to have healed you. Ed: Yeah, my stomach feels better. But soon, the movie will be over.

    • Leonard: (after Chris "explains" urban legends) How does the rise of capitalism explain the one about the woman in the VW?

    • Leonard: I have clients in the white community. People are starting to assimilate.

    • Leonard: Are you aware of (Paul Bunyan)'s influence on your daily life? Holling: I have gone for years without thinking about him.

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    Notes (1)

    • Music: - "Nice and Warm" by T. Benoit - "What Am I Here For" by Duke Ellington - "One Morning in May" by Mel Torme - "Time Flies" by Sass Jordan - "Dachstein Angels" by Wally Badarou

    Allusions (1)

    • Rosebud: The title of this episode is homage to the classic 1941 Orson Welles film "Citizen Kane."

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